Employment Information for International Students
Advising & Career Services, alongside our campus partners, works to help international students achieve their career goals. We support students with navigating the Canadian job market, including understanding cultural differences in resume writing and interviewing and providing resources to support finding work on and off-campus.
Remember, the Career & Student Success Advisors are here to help you reach your academic and career goals - set up a meeting here. We will support you in highlighting your strengths, navigating the job search process and will guide you through any barriers to success.
International Students and Alumni Online Supports
Devant offers a wide variety of career services for international students including industry expert panels, professional webinars, live Q&As, artificial intelligence-driven tools, and virtual hiring expos.
With Devant, you have access to on-demand AI mock interviews that provide feedback, an e-learning hub, a LinkedIn networking tool and a resume and cover letter building tool, which amplifies our existing advising and career services.
Access to Devant website - humber.devant.ca.
Career & Student Success Advisors (CSSAs)
Are you a current student that has a concern related to your academic and career pathway? Not sure if you are in the right program? Thinking of switching programs? Seeking career advice?
Our Career & Student Success Advisors can provide guidance and support from the moment you start your program through graduation. They will work with you to guide your academic and career journey and connect you to on-campus resources and support services.
Career Advancement Services (CAS)
If you are planning a career transition or if you don't know what career you want to pursue and don't know where to start, Career Advancement Service (CAS) could be just for you. Our evening services are flexible and designed to provide students and alumni (up to two years) with a comprehensive solution to your workforce planning needs.
Career Support Peers (CSPs)
Career Support Peer-led workshops are designed to give you tips on writing effective resumes and cover letters, creating a LinkedIn Profile, acing interviews, and doing effective job searches! Peers are also available to meet for 1:1 appointment.
Humber CareerConnect Job Portal
Introducing our CareerConnect - Job Portal for full-time, part-time, contract, summer, volunteer and on-campus positions for current Humber students and recent graduates. Login with your Humber username and password to see a list of available jobs. Be sure to check out our resources regarding fraudulent jobs and how to avoid employment scams.
Program-Specific Jobs & Work Placements
Looking for a Program-Specific Job? For program-specific roles, log in through your Faculty specific CareerConnect job portal. For questions related to work placements, check out the Work Placement Websites.
Working While Studying
International students may be authorized to work during their studies. Learn about the documents that are required to legally work in Canada, as well as working hour restrictions.
Co-op Work Permits
If you are an international student and your program includes a mandatory paid/unpaid work placement or internship as part of your curriculum, you'll need the correct government permissions to pursue the experience. Learn about what is required and how to submit a co-op work permit application from within Canada.
Post-Graduation Work Permits
Are you an international student planning to apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit upon successful completion of your program? Learn about the process and steps to follow to submit your PGWP application.
International Student Advisors (ISAs) and International Graduate School Advisor (IGSA)
Humber's ISA/IGSA team are all Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs) licensed to discuss issues related to immigration documentation, work authorization, and more.
North Campus - Shi Yue, Huong, Dalyce
Lakeshore Campus - Lindsay, Teyun, Jose
IGS - Taejo
North & Lakeshore Campus ISA walk-in hours:
- Monday to Friday from 10:00am-12:00pm and 2:00pm-4:00pm
- North - LRC 2nd floor
- Lakeshore - H100A
- Submit your questions via our Contact Form
International Graduate School IGSA hours:
- To book an appointment or ask a question
- Walk-in/Drop-in hours: Tuesday: 1:30pm-2:30pm; Wednesday: 1:30pm-2:30pm; Friday: 10:30am-11:30am (IGS Student Success Hub)
The Industry and Community Connector Hub (ICHub)
The Industry & Community Connector Hub (ICHub) is your one-stop for all your career development needs, supporting you as you navigate through your journey towards launching a career in Canada or abroad.
The ICHub is where you'll find opportunities to develop your career skills and prospects through coaching, mentorship, networking and diverse engagement events with industry, including campus recruitment, industry meets and networking events with industry professionals.
As an IGS student, you will have access to your own personalized portal which will provide you with valuable information to guide you through your journey at the IGS. MyIGS Journey is a full-service virtual hub curated to the individual learner journey ensuring your success both inside and outside of the classroom. Through the Student Portal you can access health and wellness services, international student essentials, learning support services, the Industry and Community Engagement hub. The portal allows you to connect with staff, students, alumni, and placement coordinators.
Career Skills Development
Connect with an IGS Career Planner for personalized coaching and support on developing a holistic career plan exploring your strengths, interests and identifying clear career objectives as you progress through to graduation. In partnership with your academic program, you also have the support of your Faculty Placement Advisor to help you land your perfect work-integrated learning (WIL) opportunity.
Community and Industry Engagement Course
The CIE course is designed with the competitive job market in mind. Through expert facilitation, you will build community, strengthen relationships with peers and expand industry networks as you develop holistic career skills that bolster your confidence and workplace capability.
The Career Mentorship Program (CMP)
The Career Mentorship Program (CMP) is an opportunity for you to learn from industry professionals in your field of study and explore your career prospects through mentorship. The CMP allows you to further develop your career skills, expand your network and increase your opportunities for employment.