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For Students

We are here to help students from every Faculty connect with employers and find the ideal job for you including part-time, summer, internship, volunteer work and full-time positions.  Browse through our job postings, meet employers to learn about their company and tour through our career fairs to network and discover new options for your future. 

FREE FOR ALL U of R STUDENTS & ALUMNI!

Career Development Sessions
Interactive workshops are available several times per month to help you choose your career direction, search for jobs, customize your resume, prepare for interviews and develop a special portfolio of your experience.

U of R Job Board
Sign up and search through job postings from a wide variety of companies seeking to hire students from every background for local, national and international jobs!

Recommended Job Search Databases
Find on our website links to a long list of alternative job searching websites that include work in specialized fields, internships, public & private sector groups and other agencies that may be of interest to you.

Career Fairs
For all students from all faculties, in your first year or recently graduated!  This event can help you decide what career you are best suited for, find a side job for while you study and get the full time position of your dreams!  Come and network with prospective employers, learn what it means to work for their company and discover the opportunities that await you.

Meet the Employers
The Career Centre hosts special events with different employers one-on-one in an informal, no-pressure setting.  A wide variety of employers will come on campus to tell you about their company, what they are looking for and the future opportunities with their organization.  Stop by the Career Centre, visit the Events page on our website or join the Job Board to receive emails about the wide variety that we have coming up.

Co-operative Education/Internships
Co-op Education alternates practical career-related work terms with semesters in class, giving students 12-16 months of supervised work experience by the time of graduation.

Other Resources
The Career Centre offers a broad range of services and resources to registered and non-registered students, alumni and staff such as mock interviews and various training options for career exploration and employability skills.