Connect with and recruit students
Career Services is focused on connecting employers with their future workforce.
Employers are essential partners in educating students about the competencies needed to enter and advance in the work world. The result: work-ready students that meet your industry's need!
Hire a student
When you've made a decision to recruit connect with the UM student population. Target over 28,000 highly-motivated and skilled undergraduate and graduate students.
We offer free job posting on our general job board for summer, part-time, full-time, term, internship or volunteer positions. Use our free, online job posting service 24/7.
Rent a private interview room to conduct interviews on campus. Career Services will arrange a rental space.
Host an information session to increase your brand awareness and inform students about opportunities within your organization. We provide help in the organization and promotion of these events.
For further information, please call 204-474-9456.
Wage subsidies for employers
There are several wage subsidy and tax rebate programs employers can access when hiring a student for Summer, co-op or an internship placement. Learn about potential funding opportunities by exploring the wage subsidy page and following the links to various programs.
Co-ops and internships
An employer who welcomes a co-op student into the workplace is receiving a highly skilled and motivated employee eager to learn and contribute. To hire a student and for details about the placements, explore the opportunities on our Co-ops and Internships page, and connect with a co-op coordinator from one of the faculties.
careerCONNECT: Recruit students, stay informed
careerCONNECT offers employers a place to post job openings and co-operative education positions.
Learn about career fairs and other campus events to help you connect with UM students. All designed to help you meet your recruitment goals and connect with UM students.
Student Jobs MB: Post jobs and connect directly with students
Private-sector employers, not-for-profit organizations and governments are able to post jobs and accelerate the hiring process.