Access University of Guelph-Humber’s career portal for on-campus, part-time, full-time, seasonal and entry-level employment as well as volunteer, placement and internship opportunities.
To access postings, sign in with your student account, click on the “Career” tab, and then click “Job Postings”. Click on postings that you are interested in applying for, and click on the “I intend to Apply for this Position” box to save the posting and let the employer know you are interested in the job. Follow the application instructions under the “Application Information” heading in order to apply.
Eluta is a job search engine that specializes in locating jobs in Canada. Eluta allows job seekers to find new job announcements by searching thousands of employer websites across Canada.
Eluta allows job searches to be conducted through job title or key words and city or province and additional filters may be added by specific location, employer, and job level. When applying, click on the job title to view the posting, which usually re-directs to the employer website where application instructions can be followed.
Talent Egg is an online job board and career resource for Canadian students and recent graduates. Job searches can be conducted by filtering by industry and job level and application instructions are posted at the bottom of the posting. There is also an option to save the job to your “Favorites.”
Talent Egg also offers career resources and guides such as the “Career Incubator” which is an online career magazine that posts articles, success stories, and videos.
If you have created a LinkedIn profile, you can access job postings on LinkedIn and follow companies that you may be interested in working for.
To access postings, sign into your LinkedIn account, click on the “Jobs” tab at the top of the page. Click on “Advanced Search” to filter by country, postal code, job industry, job title, keywords, or company name. When applying, LinkedIn displays the job description, desired skills and experience, company profile and related jobs. The application instructions are usually at the top of the posting, and often you can apply through LinkedIn by attaching your resume and cover letter.
GovJobs.ca is Canada’s Government Jobs Website that is neither affiliated nor endorsed by the Government of Canada or any Provincial or Municipal Government.
GovJobs.ca is a private, for-profit enterprise created to provide you with powerful, effective and efficient job search tools designed to help you find a government job in the Federal government that’s a good match for you.
Glassdoor is a Canadian job information website that is comprised of reviews of employers, ranging from CEO approval ratings, to salary reports to benefit reviews, all of which is information given by the employees working at these companies.
Glassdoor also lists job openings in the area, with a search engine that helps narrow results based on area, salary, industry, etc. These job openings can also come with tips on how to best apply, as well as lists of possible interview questions to help applicants.
Aspire is a job experience website developed by the Toronto Financial Services Alliance in tandem with employers, postsecondary institutions and the government to help create a portal for aspiring students to find Work-Integrated-Learning experiences in the Financial Services ranging from internships, to co-op positions to research projects.
Search through over 10,000 WIL experiences to help gain work experience while still studying in order to gain a good academic-industry learning experience while growing your network connections.