The Career Centre is the key resource to help you plan your career and find employment. There are a variety of workshops and guest speakers to help you discover your path and polish your resume and interview skills. The Career Centre also has workshops to help students decide on post-graduate institutions and how to apply for them.
There are numerous opportunities through programs such as Work-Study, RAY, … visit the Career Centre site for On-campus Work.
The Faculty of Science regularly hires students for work-study positions. These positions can be in Science Academic Services working as a student advisor or clerk, working in a department or in the Dean’s Office. Opportunities vary throughout the year and are posted on the Career Centre website. For more information on how to apply visit the Student Financial Services website. To view current jobs visit the Career Centre’s online posting system.
Research Opportunities as an Undergraduate
- the Research at York (RAY) program allows undergraduate students to participate in research projects while receiving compensation at a competitive rate. More information about eligibility and application can be found on the Student Financial Services website.
- The Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada awards Undergraduate students with high academic standing at Canadian Universities with a research grant. The purpose of the grant is to enhance your academic experience and encourage your interest in pursuing research careers. More information about eligibility and the application process can be found here.
Please also see information about other undergraduate research opportunities in the Faculty of Science in the My Degree section of this website.