Find student work placements in STEM or business
Through the Student Work Placement program, we help give real-world, hands-on work experience to post-secondary students studying science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) or business.
To participate in a student work placement you must:
- be registered in a post-secondary STEM or business program that includes work placements;
- be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or person with refugee protection given under the law; and
- be legally able to work in Canada according to the laws and regulations of the province or territory where you live.
How to apply
There are two ways you can apply for work placements funded by this program:
1. Apply directly to a student work placement
The following is a list of current student work placements made available through the Student Work Placement program:
Information and communication technology
2. Check with your school to find work placements
Check with your college, university, polytechnic or CEGEP to find out about work placements you can apply for in your area.
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