Step 1. Qualification for the Summer Job Experience Program
The following criteria must be met in order to qualify to apply for Summer Student Employment 2017:
- Must be a full-time post secondary student at Confederation College in the 2016-17 academic year (minimum - attending entire winter 2017 semester). *Full-time is defined as having a minimum 60% course load, or 40% if you have a permanent disability.
- Must be returning to Confederation College as a full-time post secondary student in September 2017.
- Must demonstrate financial need.
- This program is for students between academic years, therefore, students cannot be enrolled full time during the May - August period
Step 2. Confirmation of Enrollment and Financial Need
Print and submit the Confirmation of Enrollment and Financial Need form (DOC) to the Financial Aid Office. This form is also available from the Hub, SUCCI or the Human Resources Services Office.
Step 3. Financial Need Assessment Form
Print and submit the Financial Need Assessment Form (DOC) to the Financial Aid Office. This form is also available from the Hub, SUCCI, or the Human Resources Services office.
NOTE: you DO NOT need to complete this form if you were in receipt of OSAP funding or approved for the Institutionally Funded Work Study Program in the 2016-17 academic year.
Step 4. Approval
Once you have been approved, you will be sent a link to the job application form.
NOTE: The deadline to be approved has been extended to April 7, 2017
The Job Posting deadline has been extended to April 14,2017
A listing of the summer job positions can be found HERE
Check out what a few students had to say about participating in the Summer Student Employment program.
Catherine Antcliffe-Szkopiec, Career Sampler Coordinator, Business Administration – Human Resources program
Daniel Duke, Millwright Technical Support Worker, Mechanical Engineering Technician program
|“The college offers an abundance of opportunities for summer students to participate in and offers experiences that can relate to students’ chosen programs. An added bonus for myself as a Human Resources student was being able to participate on the hiring interview panels, not only for my own program, but for others throughout the College. It was a great learning experience for my upcoming career.”||“The things I have gotten to experience this summer correspond to what I will be doing in school in the upcoming year and for any future employment. I got to see how the whole process comes together; from thinking of an idea to creating blue prints and designs to the actual manufacturing of parts and materials.”|
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|Manon Soulard, Let’s Talk Science Coordinator and Research Assistant, Environmental Technician program||Alanna Piksiades, Lab Support Worker, Practical Nursing program|
|“This position gave me an opportunity to learn many water quality aspects that I will be studying this upcoming year; giving me a head start on upcoming concepts. This position also provided great insight into future opportunities in my career, and what to expect once I graduate. It also allowed me to establish many great connections that will be useful in my future career.”||“The work I have been doing absolutely relates to not only my program but also to my future career as a nurse. Working with the various types of medical equipment and simulation technology will be a benefit as I move on in my education this fall. Also the skills related to communication, working both independently and within a team are attributes that will always be beneficial in the workforce.”|
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