Job Postings

Use  CareerLink to search for full, part-time or summer jobs and volunteer opportunities, and subscribe to have new postings sent directly to your inbox.

Job Search Tips

An effective job search is an important tool in building a successful career.

Work on Campus

A great opportunity to become involved in your campus community.

Working in Canada

If you are new to Canada it is important to understand the Canadian job search.

Co-ops and Internships

A number of organizations coordinate experiential learning opportunities such as internships, exchanges and leaderhip programs all over the world and in a range of industries. If you are interested in interning with a certain employer, be sure to check out the careers/opportunities section of their website as many have internship experiences. 

Please note, the University of Saskatchewan is not affiliated with any of the organizations noted above and offers this list simply to provide other options for students to explore, not as an endorsement. Programs vary considerably so be sure to research each thoroughly and inquire about such details as application fees, location, stipends/honorariums, requirements, accommodations, flights, health insurance, work visas, contract lengths, etc.

Volunteering and Go Abroad

Volunteering and community involvement are rewarding ways to experience different career options, gain valuable work experience, and create contacts. Employers like to see candidates that are well-rounded and take initiative to participate in their community. Hundreds of volunteer opportunities can be found if you search  CareerLink or look through additional volunteer sites.

Volunteer, work or study in another country - the list of countries is long and time commitments vary so you can completely customize your experience!

  • Choose from dozens of countries
  • Most classes are offered in English
  • Travel alone, with a friend, or in a group
  • A variety of scholarships and awards are available

Career Fairs and Networking

Network with employers


IndustryTalks bring representatives from various industries of Saskatchewan’s and Canada's economy on campus to talk to students about their industry, career opportunities, the realities of working in that industry, how best to conduct your job search and much more. 

Employer Sessions

Employers host information sessions prior to application deadlines to talk to targeted audiences about their organization and what employment opportunities they have to offer. 

Career Information Interviews

Create your own networking opportunities! Career Information Interviews are short conversations you initiate with people in the field(s) you are interested in to learn more about their role, career paths, the industry, etc. 

Career Fairs

Careers Fairs offer an excellent opportunity to:

  • Market yourself to some of Canada’s top employers
  • Meet with a variety of career professionals
  • Develop your networking skills
  • Gain a better understanding of career opportunities
  • Discover employment opportunities available to you

Campus Career Expo

The largest career fair on campus and open to all students. Polish that resume, dress your best, and meet over 130 of Canada's top employers.

Discipline Specific Career Fairs

Throughout the year, there are career fairs devoted to particular industries or Colleges.

Accounting - Sept. 13, 2016 Health Sciences - Sept. 17, 2016 Agriculture and Bioresources - Nov. 2, 2016 Education - Jan. 27, 2017

Events and career tips

Upcoming Events


Job Search and Career Planning Tips