Students can access our growing bank of career-related part-time, full-time, summer and internship opportunities through MyConcordia. Simply follow the instructions provided below.
Disclaimer: Careeer and Placement Services (CAPS) at Concordia University does not pre-screen employers or endorse their products or services. Applicants for any job postings, advertised through Career and Placement Services, are responsible for ascertaining and verifying the terms and conditions of employment including the nature of the work, the hours of work and duration of employment, the amount and type of renumeration (salary, hourly wage, etc.), schedule of payment, and any cost to the employee associated with the employment (i.e. purchase of equipment, travel expenses, etc.)
As an international student at Concordia you may be eligible to work while
completing your studies. Check with the University's International Students'
Office University's International Students'
Office (1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.,
H-653) regarding guidelines and restrictions.
Work for International Students
We will refer your résumé to employers who do not wish to post but prefer that we screen and select candidates from our résumé bank, according to skills and educational background. To be part of our growing bank of candidates, simply complete the Job Bank Profile and unload a copy of résumé.
We coordinate New Graduate Recruiting, including corporate information sessions, applications and on-campus interviews. We organize Career Fairs in the Fall and Winter. We also assist student associations who organize their own fairs. We offer interactive workshops that cover various job search components, such as résumé writing, networking, salary negotiation, job interviews, etc. We also conduct on-site workshops or presentations adapted to meet the needs of specific student groups.
We organize panel discussions where speakers share their career paths and provide insight into how to achieve career success.
The Career Resource Centre (CRC) provides print, electronic and audio-visual resources to help students reach education, career and employment goals. Whether you aim to explore occupational options, zoom in on workplace trends, master job hunting strategies or pursue your studies, the Career Resource Centre has much to offer.
Students can use our Internet lab and comfortable lounge area for their job search and career exploration. We are located in H-440.