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Welcome to the Career Services

Whether you are a student, employer or faculty, we have services to meet your needs. Please explore the site to find helpful resources or contact us for specific inquiries. We are here to help.

Employers

The Humber Career Services would like to build a relationship with you to assist with your hiring needs.

Faculty and Staff

We support your academic programming with career-related handout material, workshops or events!

Have a concern related to your academic and career pathway? Our Career and Student Success Advisors will work with you to build your educational and career pathways. The Academic & Career Success Centre is your first stop when you just aren't sure where to start.

Make an Appointment with Career & Student Success Advisor

News & Events

Career Steps Workshops

ACING INTERVIEWS
Gain general knowledge on how to prepare for an interview, and learn tips on selling your unique skills and experiences to potential employers.
• October 24, 1:30 AM - 2:30 PM
WHERE: North Campus, Room LRC3031

MORE WORKSHOPS FOR YOU

The Government of Canada is now hiring!

Public Services and Procurement Canada is currently recruiting eligible graduates from universities and colleges as part of its Intern Officer Development Program.
Over this three-year program, they will advance from a supply officer trainee (PG-01 level) to a supply specialist (PG-04 level) and be hired by the federal government on a permanent basis with a potential salary of $87,000.

Candidates can apply here until October 24, 2018.
Watch our video to see what our professional buyer bought and our website for more information!

Speaking Series: The Art of Effective Communication

Sprout: Intrapreneurship Skills Based Training Program
This workshop targets topics like Orientation, Negotiation, and Building Rapport. Facilitated by Speakers University, this workshop will teach participants communication techniques to effectively connect with you audience. Learn how to communicate with confidence!

Humber North Campus:
Thursday, October 25
4:00pm – 7:00pm
REGISTER HERE
For more information visit the program page on our website.

Post-Secondary Recruitment (PSR) campaign

Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada are pleased to announce the launch of the Public Service Commission’s (PSC) Post-Secondary Recruitment (PSR) campaign for 2018!
This campaign targets university and college graduates for entry-level jobs within the federal public service.
A range of exciting positions/inventories are available for those eligible to apply.

Applications can be submitted online through the PSC.

Work in the Ontario Public Service

The Ontario Public Service (OPS) is looking for the next generation of public servants through the Ontario Internship Program. The Ontario Internship Program offers paid two-year internships in many different ministries and government agencies:
· Business and Financial Planning
· Communications
· Human Resources
· Information and Information Technology
· Labour Relations
· Policy Development
· Program and Service Delivery

Who should apply?
This program is open to individuals who have graduated or will graduate with a recognized degree, diploma, or post-graduate certificate between May 2017 and June 2019. Online applications will be accepted from January 2, 2019 until 11:59 a.m. on January 17, 2019. Placements begin in July 2019.

Career Events

Breakthrough Autism Career Fair

Saturday, November 3, 9:00am - 12:00pm
WHERE: 519 Sixteenth Ave. Richmond Hill, ON

You’re invited to Breakthrough Autism to meet our team members, tour our centre, and learn more about starting a career in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).
Currently we are looking to hire part-time and full time Instructor Therapists.
RSVP by October 30, 2018.
Call Lulu at 416 901-8478 or email careers@breakthroughautism.ca

Protection Forces & Public Safety Career Expo

Saturday, November 3, 11:00am - 3:00pm
WHERE: HMCS York, 659 Lakeshore Blvd W (downtown Toronto)

Our last career expo in July attracted over 750+ qualified job seekers from diverse backgrounds, as we exhibited over 20+ organizations including different policing branches, the Canadian Armed Forces, Corrections Canada, intelligence services, Go train and other government agencies for part-time or full-time employment opportunities.
*All personnel attending the event is required to bring a valid piece of government issued photo I.D. to enter the building.

Student Work-Integrated Learning Program

The applications are now open for MaRS’ Student Work-Integrated Learning Program.

The program is aimed at helping post-secondary students in science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) and business programs get access to paid work experience in high-demand fields.
Students can apply to 70 positions with over 20 participating tech and business companies for summer and fall placement opportunities. Please visit our website to review the student eligibility criteria and all available positions.

Visit our website regularly for new opportunities.

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