You can serve your organization’s mission through the energy and ideas of Carleton University students. Our students are ready to make change possible with you.
Carleton builds experiential learning partnerships—everything from internships and co-operative education to field placements and service learning—with local and international agencies, professional associations, corporations and community-based organizations. You not only offer students a meaningful learning experience, you engage a new generation of highly qualified talent, bringing energy and new ideas to your organization.
Hiring a Carleton co-op student creates a positive educational partnership as well as an investment in your community’s future.
Co-op students bring exceptional talent along with enthusiasm to learn and apply new skills. With nearly 3,000 students in co-op work terms each year, we make it our business to prepare graduates for your organization’s needs.
It is also a great opportunity for your employees to offer their mentorship and guidance to those who are just beginning their careers.
Hire a co-op student today.
Carleton’s Campus to Community initiative is a community engaged learning program that combines hands-on service work with reflection.
Through service work, students challenge social issues, build skills and gain practical experience while making a meaningful contribution to a community organization.
Non-profit organizations, social service organizations and government service offices can partner with Campus to Community. Partners can expect:
For more information, connect with Carleton’s Student Experience Office today.
Are you looking to hire the next generation of talent? Carleton University’s graduating students and alumni are highly talented, qualified and ready to change the world. Whether you are a new company or an established organization Carleton’s degree programs prepare our students for the challenges of any work environment.
Learn about options for employers today.
If you are a charitable or non-profit organization in the greater Ottawa area, you may be interested in recruiting Carleton students as volunteers.
These opportunities can help support your delivery of service, address the needs of the Greater Ottawa community, and create a positive impact on the community. At the same time, these opportunities help students develop their skills and enhance their overall learning experience.
For information about posting a volunteer opportunity, visit the Student Experience Office today.
Through the ACT to Employ program, Carleton provides accommodation and capacity building support to employment partners who understand the potential of students with disabilities.
Through the Career Services Office, the ACT to Employ program (formerly know as Carleton University Accessible Experiential Learning (CUAEL) Project) places students with disabilities in experiential work opportunities and provides them with hands-on quality experiences while they complete their degree at Carleton.
In addition to offering a pool of talented students, Carleton is pleased to provide accommodation and accessibility support to employment partners throughout the hiring process and during the work term. This support includes:
Contact the ACT to Employ office today if you would like to participate as an employer.
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