Canada Summer Jobs is a government program that helps employers create summer jobs for young Canadians across the country.
What’s in it for you:
- Full-time or part-time work in Canada, for a minimum of 6 weeks between April 2021 and February 2022.
- An inclusive and non-discriminatory work environment.
- Support for learning and skills development.
Don’t miss out!
These jobs are posted on Job Bank for a limited time to help more young people find them. New jobs will be added regularly as they are approved for funding until February 2022.
To apply, you must be:
- Between 15 and 30 years of age.
- Legally entitled to work in Canada (which means you must have a valid Social Insurance Number).
This is your chance to gain experience and put your skills to use to help your community. Don’t miss out!
Over one million private and public sector jobs are advertised on Job Bank every year, and thousands every day. Chances are, you’ll find one you like. Job Bank partners with other big job boards, so you can find everything in one place.
Browse through jobs to find one you like, or let it come to you. Cut down on your search time by signing up for email alerts or job matching. Build a professional resume before applying.
Need more options?
Take a look at these other job search resources for young Canadians:
Not ready to find a job, or not sure where to begin? Take some time to think about your options, so you can make an informed career decision.
On Job Bank, we want to help you piece together the building blocks of your future career.
Explore fields of studies and see how well graduates of those programs are doing on the job market. Take quizzes to learn about your personality and find occupations that suit you. Learn about different types of jobs.
There are government services to help young Canadians with far more things than you’d think.
The Government of Canada wants to help young people thrive in every area of their lives. That’s why there’s a new platform to help you find services that are relevant to your goals and needs, no matter what they are.
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