Career and Placement Services

With more than 50,000 students across hundreds of disciplines in all four faculties, you're bound to find the right fit to fill part-time, full-time, and non-coop internship positions by posting job openings/opportunities on their free job bank. Career and Placement Services (CAPS) also organizes employer information sessions and career fairs.


Career Management Services

The Career Management Services (CMS) department of the John Molson School of Business proactively provides John Molson School of Business (JMSB) students and alumni with the skills and tools to confidently manage their talent. CMS also builds sustainable relationships with partners in the business community. CMS can work with you to develop a long-standing relationship that will enhance your recruitment goals by targeting our top-notch business graduates. 


Institute for Co-operative Education

The Institute for Co-operative Education builds bridges between academia and the world of work. This experiential learning model allows students to explore their career options and gives employers access to more than 4,000 highly qualified students in over 50 undergraduate and graduate programs.


Beat the Odds

Beat the Odds (BTO) is an inclusive and flexible internship program that levels the playing field for students in need. Students in equity-seeking groups benefit the most from a paid professional experience in their field of study. Through BTO, they broaden their professional network, gain essential employability skills and access support and mentorship opportunities to better prepare them for life after graduation. By hiring a student, you’ll strengthen your organization’s commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion while providing guidance as the student builds their self-confidence and discovers their strengths.


Contact the Experiential Learning Office if you would like to know more about our students, the different internship programs and if you would like assistance with your needs!

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