Career Centre News
In this issue:
Internship Opportunities & Deadlines
AUCC Young Professionals International (YPI)
AUCC, in partnership with private sector companies and international organizations in the area of education, is offering eight (8) placements, for periods varying from six (6) to nine (9) months, in a wide variety of countries and work settings. Placements will provide young Canadian graduates with a unique opportunity to gain work experience at the international level in domains such as communications; public relations; consulting; marketing; and the promotion of Canadian education services; etc. These placements will provide these young Canadian university graduates with first hand knowledge of foreign cultures and languages, give them a unique opportunity to acquire an international network of contacts, and develop their sensitivity to Canada's place and interest in the world. The placements will be located in: Belgium, England, Finland, France, Ghana, Kenya, and United States. The application deadline is May 16, 2005 (4 p.m. EST). Please see our website for placement descriptions, participant eligibility guidelines as well as the application procedures. http://www.aucc.ca/programs/intprograms/ypi/index_e.html For additional information, please contact the Program Officer, AUCC Young Professionals International Program, Partnership Programs, International Affairs Branch, AUCC tel: (613) 563 3961 ext. 314, fax: (613) 563 9745 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Young Canadian Leaders for a Sustainable Future
Are you looking for a once-in-a-lifetime, international work experience? You are eligible if you* are between 19 and 30 years of age;* are unemployed or underemployed;* have a post-secondary degree or diploma;* are a Canadian citizen or a landed immigrant;* have never had a paid, career-related, international work experience; and if you* are interested in a six-month international internship with a leading sustainable development organization in Europe, Latin America, Africa, Asia or the U.S. Nearly 300 young Canadians from a wide variety of academic backgrounds and experiences have already taken part. Qualifications are specific to each placement. For information on how to apply, please visit the program Web site at: www.iisd.org/interns or contact us at email@example.com Experience a new culture! Grow — personally and professionally! Contribute meaningfully to a sustainable future! Applications will be accepted until April 25, 2005, or until placements are filled.
Public Service Commission Recruiting
The Public Service Commission will be recruiting for positions with the Foreign Service of Canada this spring. Interested applicants will only be able to apply online via our website at www.JOBS.GC.CA. The postings are online and close on the April 19th. Please note that applicants will be required to write three exams to be held on Saturday, the 14th of May. More information on these exams and the application process are available on the web site.
WorkopolisCampus.com – Highlights of recent job postings….Haven't visited www.workopoliscampus.com in awhile? Here are a couple of the recent additions to Trent's exclusive job posting system. For the details about these jobs and many, many more, visit the website!
Orion Grassroots Network: Internship & Career Service Update Check out the numerous new jobs, internships, and other opportunities available through the ICS Updates!
Over 30 new internship opportunities, 32 new jobs, and 20 AmeriCorps and apprentice positions were posted in the last month. This is in addition to scores of other internship and job opportunities that are open on an ongoing basis, and which can be viewed by using the search tool at the bottom of the ICS homepage. Complete descriptions of all of the positions and application procedures can be found by clicking on "New Postings" at: http://www.oriononline.org/ics. If you would like to receive free monthly updates through the Internship & Career Service Update (ICS), please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Career Centre Summer Hours
Still haven't found the time between classes, studying, and exams to drop by the Career Centre? That's ok – we're open all summer and will continue to help with work search, resumes, career planning and more! Beginning May 1st and continuing until August, the Career Centre will be open from 8:30am to 4:30pm, closing from 12:00pm until 1:00pm for lunch.So, call now to book a resume appointment or stop by to see the many resources available in our library.
Posted April 18, 2005