USask provides excellent opportunities for employers and community partners to establish a strong presence on campus and connect with our students, researchers, and alumni. We have a wide range of opportunities where you can meet talented and driven students who are ready to make a difference in your organization. We look forward to working with you!

Connect with our Students

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Post a Job

Use CareerLink to post full-time, part-time, summer, contractual job, and volunteer opportunities for current students and alumni.

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Recruitment Opportunities

USask offers a variety of ways for employers to engage with students across our different colleges including info sessions, campus visits, and more! 

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Attend a Career Fair/Employer Pop-up

Highlight your organization, create a presence on campus, and connect with students and alumni.

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Become a USask Connects Mentor

A mentee-led program providing opportunities for USask alumni to connect with current students and recent graduates to support their academic and career journeys.  

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Join a Kick Start Your Career Panel

Share your career and industry insights with USask students by participating as a panellist for the Kick Start Your Career industry panel series.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

Consider purchasing a sponsorship package to build your brand on campus.

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Funding Resources

There are several wage subsidy and tax rebate programs employer and community partners can access when hiring a student.

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Employer Guidelines

Guidelines in place for employers to follow when interacting with USask students.



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Experiential Learning at USask

To prepare for the challenges of today and the opportunities of tomorrow, recruiting competent and experienced students and graduates is vital to the growth of business, innovation within industry, and the stability of our economy.  

Experiential Learning (EL) opportunities are key to supporting students' development of core skills and competencies and preparing them to Be What the World Needs. Our partnerships with employers, community organizations, and industry leaders are critical to creating successful EL initiatives including our Co-op and Internship programs. 



Hire a Co-op/Internship Student

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Computer Science Professional Internship Program

Opportunities include start dates in May and September and last for 12 or 16 months.

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Edwards School of Business Co-operative Education Programs

Recruit from September-December! Undergraduate and MBA students are available each January for 8 to 12 months.


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Engineering Co-op Internship Program

Opportunities include start dates in January, May and September and last for 4, 8, 12 or 16 months.

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Community Engaged Projects

Community Partners engage with USask students through project-based work experiences that are highly impactful for the community and mutually beneficial for students and partners. 

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Virtual Project-Based Learning Platform 

The world's leading virtual project-based learning platform enables companies to collaborate with USask students and faculty to gain fresh insights, find and recruit talent, and increase brand awareness through work-based learning.  

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RBC Experiential Learning in the Workplace Course

This is a three-credit course where students apply their academic knowledge while acquiring and expanding transferable skills through work experience. 

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Indigenous Student Internship Program

The Indigenous Student Internship Program (ISIP) is meant to foster student growth, enhance self-determination, and provide cultural and land-based experiences.


*As a centralized unit, Career Services supports multi-disciplinary recruitment across all colleges and programs. It is the primary contact for employer and community partners wishing to recruit any student or alumni not supported by the college-based career service units listed in this section.

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