Check out the employers who attended the Career Fair.  


On campus Employment 

  •  Athletics (tasks may include front desk duties at the Fitness Centre and the Athletics Centre, social media, stats, and game day duties). E-mail plarsenault@mta.ca.
  • Registrar's Office (general office work): If you are interested in working in the Registrar's Office please email your resume to the Registrar's Office Coordinator, Suzette Kean at: skean@mta.ca. If work becomes available you may be contacted for further consideration.
  • Dining Services Pick up an application form from Jennings Meal Hall. 
  • The Pond (trivia-night hosts, photographers, and event services staff). E-mail thepond@mta.ca.
  • Writing Resource Centre (tutors). Watch for a call for applications in early September.
  • Meighen Centre (tutors). A general call for applications is issued in September.
  • Wellness Centre (PEER support students).
  • Academic departments (teaching assistants). Check with your professors and departmental administrative staff to find out about opportunities.
  • Summer Camps & Youth Programs - (full time summer employment) - Summer Camp Counsellors. Include position you are applying for in the subject line. Send applications to thepond@mta.ca by Friday, January 31st, 2020.
  • Conference Services & Summer Accommodation - (full time summer employment) - Guest Services & Accommodations Associate. Include position you are applying for in the subject line. Send applications to thepond@mta.ca by Friday, January 31st, 2020.
  • Bar Services - (part time, academic year employment starting September 2020) - Event Services Staff (ESS), Bartender. Include position you are applying for in the subject line. Send applications to thepond@mta.ca by Friday, January 31st, 2020.

Part-time jobs off campus

  •  TutorOcean - online - Hiring part-time tutors. More info here.
  •  Way with Words - flexible hours working as a transcriber. Info here.

Summer jobs

  •  Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP) - Across Canada - If you want to work for the federal government, apply now. They're hiring a wide variety of roles, students from all backgrounds in positions across Canada.  *Be sure to include your university and the regions you wish to work.

Jobs for grads

  • Venture for Canada Fellowship Program - through this 15 month Fellowship Program, graduating students and recent grads have the opportunity to develop entrepreneurial leadership skills through full-time employment and training. More info here and FAQ here!
     

Volunteer Opportunities


 Access Ability

  •  An employment wage subsidy program dedicated to providing inclusive hiring in Atlantic Canada. If you identify as a person living with a disability, you could qualify for a pay-for-performance wage subsidy, starting at 10% tiering up each month to 100% coverage for up to 30 weeks of work experience. Funded by Service Canada and facilitated by Saint Mary's University Entrepreneurship Centre. Find out more by clicking here!