On Campus Jobs
When to look
- August, December and April are the best times to job hunt on campus.
- If possible, begin your search before the start of a semester, as most college departments will want you trained and
ready to go when the semester starts.
Where to look
- Aramark Food Services
- Athletics and Recreation
- Career Development
- Institutional Research
- International Student Services
- Seneca Student Federation
- Learning Centre
- Registration /Admissions
- Student Recruitment
- Student Services
Students can find part-time, summer and on-campus jobs on SenecaWorks.
What to have ready
Your up-to-date resume, along with a copy of your timetable highlighting your availability, and completed OWSP Form*
Career Development can help you develop a cover letter and resume. Find out more.
How to present yourself
Be professional, smile, make eye contact and show enthusiasm. Prepare an introduction: state your name, program, skills, and that you’re looking for a job.
*Most on-campus jobs are funded by The Ontario Work Study Program (OWSP). To find out if you qualify, complete the Ontario Work Study Application Form.
Visa students must complete the International Work Study Application Form.
For more detailed information about the Work Study Program and on completing the Work Study Program application, speak to your Financial Aid Office on the campus you are attending.
Important Information for International Students.
Get your resume critiqued and updated in Career Development.