Recruitment Event: On-Campus Opportunities (Winter)

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Event Format

Date: Jan 24, 2022 (Monday)
Time: 11am - 1pm EST
Location: Online (Zoom meeting)

Agenda
11:00 a.m. Opening remarks
11:05 a.m. Presentation: Why Participate in the Work Study Program
11:15 a.m. Presentation: What is the CCR and How to Get Recognized
11:20 a.m. Employer introductions
11:45 a.m. Networking in breakout rooms
12:58 p.m. Closing remarks

The event will begin with presentations on the Work Study Program and the Co-Curricular Record (and why you don't want to miss out on these opportunities!).

Then, the participating organizations will have 3-minute introductory presentations in the main room.

During networking, each organization will be assigned their own breakout room. You may join as many different breakout rooms as you'd like.

 


Why Attend

  • Connect with hiring managers from 10 UTM student services and academic departments in a small group setting.
  • Explore a range of available work study jobs, part-time jobs, and volunteer opportunities.
  • Have your questions answered by recruiters and hiring managers.
  • Develop your networking skills and build relationships.
  • Receive a preparation guide simply by registering.
  • Opportunity to WIN 1 of 3 eGift Cards to the U of T Bookstore, each valued at $50!
    (We're giving out a total of 15 eGift Cards this week - 3 per event. The more events you attend, the higher your chance to win.)

 


Who Can Attend

Open to University of Toronto students from all years and programs of study. Registration is required to receive access link and preparation guide.

 


Participating Employers*

* Please note: The information on each employer's available opportunities may change closer to the event date.

  1. Accessibility Services
  2. Career Centre
  3. Centre for Student Engagement
  4. Community on Campus
  5. Experiential Education Unit
  6. Health and Counselling Centre
  7. ICUBE
  8. International Education Centre
  9. Student Housing & Residence Life
  10. UTMSU

 


 

1. Accessibility Services

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Organization Description: Accessibility Services provides services and academic accommodations to students who have a documented learning, physical, sensory, mental health disability or medical condition. Our mission is to ensure that all students with disabilities can freely and actively participate in all facets of university life; to provide and coordinate services and programs that enable students with disabilities to maximize their educational potential; and to increase awareness of inclusive values among all members of the university community.

Types of Opportunities: Work Study; Volunteer

Number of Positions: 500+

Hiring for: 

  • Volunteer Programs Assistant
    • Description: Volunteer note-takers are responsible for taking detailed notes during online and in-person lectures and uploading the notes to the database after each class. Note-takers may also be required to view recorded lectures and take notes to support our students with limited dexterity, ADHD/Learning disability, and acquired brain injury.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 2
  • Peer Mentor
    • Description: Volunteer peer mentors participate in the planning and delivery of academic skills workshops, social events, and Zoom study group sessions as part of our Peer Mentor Learning Community (PMLC) program. Peer mentors also conduct one-on-one mentoring sessions with students registered with Accessibility Services, and provide guidance and support in key areas such as problem solving, navigating campus and community resources, and making appropriate referrals.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Vacancies: 15
  • Support Assistant
    • Description: Volunteer peer mentors participate in the planning and delivery of academic skills workshops, social events, and Zoom study group sessions as part of our Peer Mentor Learning Community (PMLC) program. Peer mentors also conduct one-on-one mentoring sessions with students registered with Accessibility Services, and provide guidance and support in key areas such as problem solving, navigating campus and community resources, and making appropriate referrals.
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Volunteer
    • Vacancies: 10
  • Note-taker
    • Description: Volunteer note-takers are responsible for taking detailed notes during online and in-person lectures and uploading the notes to the database after each class. Note-takers may also be required to view recorded lectures and take notes to support our students with limited dexterity, ADHD/Learning disability, and acquired brain injury.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Vacancies: 500+

 


 

2. Career Centre

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Organization Description: The Career Centre helps students and recent graduates make career plans, seek work experience, and learn the process of lifelong career management via individual appointments, workshops, programs, events, drop-in services, and resources. Our mission is to help students develop career management skills that they can use throughout their life. We offer work study and part-time positions - come join our amazing team and contribute to the UTM community!

Types of Opportunities: Work Study; Part-time

Number of Positions: 15

Hiring for: 

  • Marketing & Events Assistants
    • Description: Interested in a career in Communications? Advertising? Marketing? Design? Marketing & Events Assistants increase participation in Career Centre services and events by developing and implementing marketing campaigns and producing eye-catching promotional materials. They also do in-person outreach and assist with special events such as career networking events and panels with alumni, recruitment events with employers, and more.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Vacancies: 2
  • Career Assistants
    • Description: Want to help other students? Want to learn more about your own career direction? Career Assistants offer support to students in the Career Centre, linking students and recent graduates to relevant print and online resources about career planning and work search. CAs also perform other duties including researching careers and helping at events.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Vacancies: 6
  • Research Assistants
    • Description: Do you enjoy analyzing data and preparing interpretive reports? Looking to further your research skills? This position involves working on assessment and evaluation projects that advance the Career Centre’s services to students and recent grads. You will compile and analyze survey results; prepare reports based on results; assist at on-campus events and be part of a dynamic team!
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Vacancies: 2
  • Library Assistants
    • Description: The Library Assistants maintain the collection of both the print and online Career Resource Library by sorting and updating new career resources as they come in and keeping the collection in order. The LAs also scan for the web for career-related articles, searches for unusual careers for our Dare to Be Different feature, and recommend best reads from our e-book and print collection for our Books That Make You Think bi-weekly feature. Library Assistants research careers, special projects, and help maintain up-to-date career information on the bulletin board.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Vacancies: 3

 


 

3. Centre for Student Engagement

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Organization Description: The Centre for Student Engagement is committed to facilitating student learning and development inside and outside of the classroom, on campus and in the local community. Through our programs, services, and resources, we provide opportunities that empower students to shape their own experience and contribute to their community. We offer work study, research, intern, and volunteer opportunities!

Types of Opportunities: Work Study; Volunteer

Number of Positions: 140

Hiring for: 

  • Community Engagement Program Development
    • Description: Community Engagement Program Development jobs with the Centre for Student Engagement assist in the creation, organization, implementation and assessment of on-campus programming and events that serve the local community including community organizations and youth. Some examples are Alternative Reading Week, STEAM Days, Community Day events, Social Innovation Projects and Indigenous awareness programming.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
  • Marketing and Communications
    • Description: Communication jobs with the Centre for Student Engagement assist with creating and designing visual and video material for CSE programs and events across several different platforms. Staff also participate in social media management.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
  • Mentorship & Facilitation
    • Description: Mentorship and facilitation roles with the Centre for Student Engagement work alone or in pairs to facilitate, co-facilitate their assigned programs. Depending on the program, mentors and facilitators will be supporting other UTM students or local youth.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
  • Research
    • Description: Research Job Family positions assist with assessment and evaluation projects to help inform and improve the Centre for Student Engagement’s student programming, digital engagement, and service delivery. The tasks requested of this job family can include compiling and analyzing surveys; evaluating results and website analytics; preparing reports and presentations, and conducting literature reviews and best practices research on assigned topics.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
  • Student Engagement Program Development
    • Description: Student Engagement Program Development jobs with the Centre for Student Engagement assist in the creation, organization, implementation and assessment of on-campus programming and events that serve undergraduate students. Some examples are first-year transition programming, faith-based programming and graduate programming.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
  • Student Group Support
    • Description: Student Group Support roles provide outreach and training to student organizations related to programs and initiatives overseen by the Centre for Student Engagement including building student community and the Co-Curricular Record.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student

 


 

4. Community on Campus

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Organization Description: Community on Campus is designed to provide an opportunity for adults from 21 years of age to 30 to participate in activities of their choice on campus at The University of Toronto at Mississauga. These activities could include, but are not limited to, auditing classes, enhancing literacy skills, volunteering, and increasing physical fitness, socializing with friends or developing computer skills. Individualized schedules are created based on what each participant wants to achieve.

Types of Opportunities: Volunteer

Number of Positions: 25

Hiring for: 

  • Student Volunteers
    • Description: January-April: Participate in Virtual Day Supports that provide an opportunity for participants and volunteers to stay connected, meet new people and get involved in activities virtually.May: On-campus opportunities to support people who have an intellectual disability to experience campus life.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student

 


 

5. Experiential Education Unit

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Organization Description: The Experiential Education Unit (EEU) at the University of Toronto Mississauga aims to enrich the undergraduate education experience by promoting and nurturing unique opportunities and approaches to learning both within and outside of the classroom.

Types of Opportunities: Work Study; Volunteer

Number of Positions: 11

Hiring for: 

  • Promotions and Outreach Assistant
    • Description: The Promotions and Outreach Assistant (POA) will be tasked to create promotional content to raise awareness about Experiential Learning opportunities and university events taking place on and off-campus. The POA will work 10-12 hours per week for a total of 100 hours throughout the summer.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • EEU Student Ambassador
    • Description: The EEU Student Ambassador Program is a fun and interactive peer-to-peer volunteer opportunity that will educate prospective and current students, parents, faculty, staff and the greater UTM community about the Experiential Education Unit and its services.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Volunteer
    • Vacancies: 10

 


 

6. Health and Counselling Centre

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Organization Description: The HCC utilizes a stepped-care approach to short-term, solution-focused counselling, physician medical appointments, nutritional counselling, and nursing care. Students are centrally involved in developing their personalized wellness plans, and are able to direct their own care to the best of their ability, with guidance as needed from HCC staff. Our staff & services include: - Registered Nurses - Family Physicians - Psychiatrists - Personal Counsellors and Mental Health Workers - Dietitian - Wellness Ambassadors (Health Promotion) - Immunizations, flu shot, etc. - Disability and verification of illness documentation - And more

Types of Opportunities: Work Study; Volunteer

Number of Positions: 65+

Hiring for: 

  • Program Assistant
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Communications Lead, Graphic Design
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 2
  • Communications Lead, Social Media
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Communications Lead, Blog
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Team Lead, Mental Health
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Assistant Team Lead, Mental Health
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Team Lead, Physical Health
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Assistant Team Lead, Physical Health
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Team Lead, Harm Reduction
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Assistant Team Lead, Harm Reduction
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Team Lead, Wellness at Home
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Assistant Team Lead, Wellness at Home
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Grad Wellness Lead
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 2
  • Wellness Navigation Lead
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work Study
    • Vacancies: 2
  • Wellness Ambassador
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Volunteer
    • Vacancies: 50+

Description: Peer health education is an integral component of the student outreach efforts of the UTM Health & Counselling Centre. The Wellness Ambassadors Program provides students with information, tools, and resources to empower them to make healthy choices in support of their personal and academic goals; and supports the development of healthy systems and structures that encourage and foster student health and well-being on campus.

 


 

7. ICUBE

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Organization Description: ICUBE is the place for social entrepreneurship at University of Toronto. We offer coworking space, resources, programs, workshops and events for people who are changing the world. If you want to make a difference, ICUBE is here to help you make it.

Types of Opportunities: Work Study; Volunteer

Number of Positions: 8

Hiring for: 

  • Software Developers
    • DescriptionWe are looking Software Developers to build and implement functional programs, websites and apps for ICUBE clients. You will work with other Developers and Product Managers throughout the software development life cycle.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
  • Programs & Operations Assistant 
    • Description: The Programs & Operations assistant will drive improvements across UTM’s start-up community, identify new avenues of growth, and remove roadblocks to achieve ICUBE’s strategic goals. Your goal will be to support ICUBE’s Program Coordinator and Assistant Director manage and improve day-to-day activities and ensure smooth operations.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
  • Graphic Designers
    • Description: ICUBE is looking for creative Graphic Designers with experience in both print and electronic media. We’re looking for someone who can take direction from written or spoken ideas and convert them seamlessly into images, layouts and other designs. The successful candidates should have an intimate understanding of how marketing campaigns work to support our clients. We work in a fast-paced environment, so the ideal Graphic Designer will be able to hit the ground running as soon as we bring on a new client or project.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
  • Creative Writers
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
  • Graphic Designers
    • Description: ICUBE is looking for creative Graphic Designers with experience in both print and electronic media. We’re looking for someone who can take direction from written or spoken ideas and convert them seamlessly into images, layouts and other designs. The successful candidates should have an intimate understanding of how marketing campaigns work to support our clients. We work in a fast-paced environment, so the ideal Graphic Designer will be able to hit the ground running as soon as we bring on a new client or project.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
  • More: Learn about entrepreneurship and how we can support you in starting your own business.

 


 

8. International Education Centre

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Organization Description: The International Education Centre provides a range of programs and services tailored to support and enhance the experience of our global students. Committed to holistic learning, we strive to meet the diverse needs of our global students while ensuring compliance with changing government policy related to immigration and international student support from authorized educational agents.

Types of Opportunities: Work Study; Part-time; Volunteer

Number of Positions: 25

Hiring for: 

  • Details coming soon.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student

 


 

9. Student Housing & Residence Life

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Organization Description: The University of Toronto Mississauga Department of Student Housing & Residence Life advances the mission of the University by creating a holistic student experience that promotes academic and personal success. We provide facilities that are safe & secure, well-maintained, and competitively priced in an effort to foster a supportive community that values diversity, equity and inclusion. Informed by research & assessment, we offer innovative programs & services that enhance student learning & development. Our peer-based approach, dedicated professional staff and collaborative attitude contribute to a unique and unparalleled student experience.

Types of Opportunities: Work Study; Part-time; Summer

Number of Positions: 12 

Hiring for: 

  • Residence Services Assistant
    • Description: The Summer RSA works at the SHRL Residence Services Desk managing administrative inquiries, assisting students and administrative processes
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Summer (full-time hours)
    • Vacancies: 2
  • Move-In & Orientation Coordinator
    • Description: Working with the MIO Committee, the MIO Coordinator will plan and execute SHRL's Orientation week
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Summer (part-time in May-July, full-time in August)
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Records & Admissions Assistant
    • Description: Working with the Occupancy & Admissions Coordinator, the RAA manages major administrative processing, occupancy statistics & application/placement processes
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Summer and Part-time (full-time hours in summer, part-time hours in school year)
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Accounting Assistant
    • Description: Ongoing support for the Financial Assistant. Application deadline: Jan 25 at 12:00 p.m. (noon).
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Artistic Resource Team Assistant
    • Description: Assisting a coordinator, they will oversee administrative functioning of the Artistic Resource Team. Application deadline: Jan 25 at 12:00 p.m. (noon).
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Digital Content Creation Assistant
    • Description: Responsible for the creation and development of digital content to promote SHRL. Application deadline: Jan 25 at 12:00 p.m. (noon).
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Mental Health Programming & Events Assistant 
    • Description: Will work to promote student wellness in residence by organizing a number of events and programs. Application deadline: Jan 25 at 12:00 p.m. (noon).
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Records & Admissions Project Assistant
    • Description: Managing the analysis of data for multiple administrative processes through the process of inspecting, cleansing, transforming and modeling. Application deadline: Jan 25 at 12:00 p.m. (noon).
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Records Management Assistant
    • Description: Analyze, report on and assisting in creating and maintaining residence filing plan alongside UofT requirements. Application deadline: Jan 25 at 12:00 p.m. (noon).
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work study
    • Vacancies: 1
  • Residence Education Assistant
    • Description: Supporting the initiative that seek to enhance student learning and academic development in residence. Application deadline: Jan 25 at 12:00 p.m. (noon).
    • Location: On campus
    • Education level: Current student
    • Type: Work study
    • Vacancies: 1

 


 

10. UTMSU

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Organization Description: The University of Toronto Mississauga Students' Union (UTMSU) represents over 15,000 full time and part time undergraduate students at UTM. The UTMSU provides members with cost-saving services, runs educational advocacy campaigns and host fun events to improve campus life.

Types of Opportunities: Part-time

Number of Positions: 30 

Hiring for: 

  • Poll Clerks
    • Description: Poll Clerks help with the promotion and execution of the UTMSU Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 elections.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
  • Orientation Coordinators
    • Description: Orientation Coordinators spearhead the planning and implementation of Orientation.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student
  • UTMSU Part-time Staff (different portfolios)
    • Description: The UTMSU hires associates and coordinators to help support specific executive portfolios. They plan events, carry out research, lobby the local administration and implement campaigns at UTM.
    • Location: Remote; On campus
    • Education level: Current student

 


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All opportunities are CCR Approved. 

 


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If you need assistance, please contact careers.utm@utoronto.ca or 905-828-5451.