Non Endorsement Statement
The University of Toronto does not endorse or recommend employers, and employment or volunteer postings on the Career & Co-curricular Learning Network do not constitute endorsement or recommendation. The University is not responsible for the practices of employers or conditions of off-campus employment opportunities. The University makes no representations or guarantees about the employment or volunteer postings or accuracy of the information provided by the employers. Students and graduates are responsible for researching organizations and verifying the employment terms and conditions with the employer before applying to or accepting opportunities.
About the online job board on CLNx
The Career & Co-Curricular Learning Network (CLNx) is an online portal that gives U of T students and recent grads access to hundreds of postings that include part-time, volunteer, casual, summer, and work-study opportunities both on- and off-campus. Login into CLNx.
Off-Campus Jobs: These are paid positions posted by employers. Note: Full-time postings are restricted. To gain access, UTM students and recent grads must attend the "Now That I’m Graduating, What’s Next?" workshop.
On-Campus Jobs: These are paid positions posted by U of T faculty and staff.
Work-Study Positions: These are paid, on-campus jobs, for full- or part-time graduate or undergraduate students. All Work-Study positions are CCR Eligible.
Volunteer Positions: These are on- and off-campus unpaid opportunities that may include a stipend. The Volunteer Positions board includes unpaid internships, and UofT asks any organizations posting unpaid internships to abide by the Ontario Ministry of Labour Guidelines. Read more about internships.
Casual Jobs: These are paid positions posted by individuals seeking to hire students for work in their home. They may include opportunities in childcare, tutoring, home and lawn care maintenance, and elderly and special needs caregiving among others.
How to View and Apply for Jobs on CLNx (PDF)
We understand there has been a rise in inappropriate job recruitment activities and questionable jobs/job offers in the current economy. An email has been sent to all students from our Director in partnership with our UTM Campus Police advising students with tips to help avoid these situations. Read the full email sent to all students.