There are so many more ways to get a job than sending resumes! Explore 50 ways to find a job here. As a University of Toronto student or new graduate, you have access to resources to help you search for a job. Whether you are looking for part-time, full-time, summer or volunteer opportunities, or just need information to get you started in your job search, the team in the AA&CC, the Career and Co-Curricular Learning Network (CLNx) system and the AA&CC website can help you.
Login to CLNx using your UTORid and visit the AA&CC website to:
- Access an exciting range of job postings from internal and external employers who are hiring U of T students and new graduates
- Utilize resources to help you at each step of your career
- Use tools like Career Cruising, weblinks and tip sheets to research industries and positions that you are interested in pursuing
Work Study Program
Work Study positions provide paid part-time job opportunities in a wide variety of offices throughout the campus. The Work Study program has been expanded to include undergraduate, graduate, part-time, full-time, domestic and international students, and students are no longer required to be eligible for OSAP to apply. Positions are typically posted twice a year for one month in September and May. We encourage you to attend our workshops and visit the AA&CC to improve your application package (i.e. resume and cover letter) and interview skills before applying for Work Study positions.
Login to CLNx using your UTORid to view Work Study and other job postings.
- For fourth year students, graduate students and those who have recently graduated, we offer the Jobs for Grads Services
- Be sure to take advantage of our workshops and events to sharpen your skills and build your network.
Explore UTSC's renowned co-operative learning programs, and earn money while you earn your degree.
- Labour Market Trends links
- Occupational Descriptions links
- Salary and Compensation links
- Managing Work and Life links
- Work Search Abroad links
- Work Search Strategies links
- Work Search Strategies for Specific Groups links