Exploring job postings and summer experience programs
Job postings and summer experience programs are a great way to explore what is out there. But remember that not all jobs are advertised! Many are in the “hidden job market” – more about how to learn to network and find those opportunities is found in the previous section of this site, How do I find a summer job?
Remember Queen's University is now hiring for a wide range of positions too!
- Apply now for opportunities in Student Affairs this summer and next year, including:
- Explore more job postings in MyCareer – new jobs posted every day!
- There is still time to apply for a 12- or 16-month paid internship starting in May 2022
Summer Opportunities on MyCareer
- MyCareer – lots of employers post summer job opportunities here
- Summer Work Experience Program (SWEP) offers career-building jobs “on-campus” for Queen’s students. Application deadline: February 10th (closed for 2022)
- Work Study
Summer Research Opportunities at Queen’s
- Arts & Science Undergraduate Research Fund (ASURF). Applications: March 21, 2022 (OPEN)
- Undergraduate Student Summer Research Fellowships (USSRF). Application deadline: closed for 2022
- Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada - Undergraduate Student Research Awards (NSERC – USRA) – Check with your program department in February/March for more information
Other Job Search links & resources
- National Job Bank – jobs across Canada
- Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP)
- Canada Summer Jobs (Government of Canada)
- Summer Employment Opportunities (Ontario Public Service)
- Mayor Innovation Challenge - sign up to a mandatory workshop on January 17th or January 25th. Proposal Deadline: February 13th
- The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) facilitates the Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) Digital Subsidy program.
While you may find great opportunities at these links (or on other job posting sites that you find), Career Services does not endorse specific companies, products or services. As you conduct your job search, protect yourself by reviewing our “Recognizing Job Posting Scams” tipsheet and speak with a Career Counsellor if you’d like any help assessing specific postings.)