FES graduates have the diverse skills necessary to meet the challenges of your evolving workplace. Our distinctive interdisciplinary programs provide a range of perspectives from the social sciences, humanities and sciences, focus on connections between natural, built, social and organizational environments and combine critical study with practical experience.
Get assistance recruiting our students
Whether you need to recruit full-time or part-time employees, summer students, or interns, FES Career Services can help you achieve your goals. Please see below for the various ways we can provide assistance – contact Student Resource Assistant for additional information or to discuss arrangements.
Recruitment for immediate job openings
We’re happy to advertise your employment, field experience or volunteer positions free of charge on our online Career Opportunities Board. For instructions on how to submit a posting, please see below.
As part of the job posting process, you can choose for us to collect résumés and send them to you. If you wish, we can also rank the candidates before sending along their information.
On-campus interview facilities
We can make room bookings and other arrangements for you to interview candidates on campus.
The more students know about your organization, the more likely they are to respond to your recruitment efforts. Many organizations come to FES to make presentations as well as to specifically recruit students. We take care of room arrangements and promoting your session.
How to post jobs at FES
FES Career Services has an online Career Opportunities Board where openings can be promoted to students. If you are interested in posting an opportunity, there are many options:
Once we receive the job description, we will prepare a posting for you. If you have specific advertising needs or wish to discuss an existing program, please phone the Student Resource Assistant at 416-736-2100 ext. 33196.
How students can reply to your posting
As part of the posting form you will be asked whether you wish interested students to contact you directly or for us to collect the résumés and fax or mail them to you.
A variety of programs are available to help subsidize the hiring of interns, new graduates or summer student positions. Please follow the links below for examples.
Service Canada – Youth Employment Strategy programs Features three different programs to meet a wide variety of needs.
Young Canada Works (YCW) Subsidies tailored for the arts, heritage and cultural sectors.
Career Edge Subsidies for hiring recent graduates, graduates with disabilities and internationally qualified professionals.