This program has an Optional Work Placement that occurs over the summer (May to August) between Year 2 and Year 3. This optional work placement allows you to gain valuable experience in a workplace setting related to your field of study and/or career goals. The work placement is a paid work term over 4 months (minimum 10 weeks/400 hours).
Plan to attend an Information Session in September of Semester 3, to learn more about participating in the Optional Work Placement program, the registration process and eligibility requirements. You will be notified of the Information Session schedule via email.
In September of Semester 3, students interested in participating in Optional Work Placement will need to register for the Work Preparation course through MyHumber. Course details will be provided in the Information Sessions and emailed to you.
Once you have registered, you must complete a 4-week Work Preparation course in Semester 3. Students who successfully complete work preparation and secure a placement will follow the work/study sequence shown below.
|Fall Intake||Semester 1||Semester 2||Break||Semester 3||Semester 4||Break||Semester 5||Semester 6|
|Winter Intake||Semester 1||Semester 2||Semester 3||Semester 4||Break||Semester 5||Semester 6|
Optional Work Placement Stream
|Fall Intake||Semester 1||Semester 2||Break||Semester 3||Semester 4||Optional Work Placement||Semester 5||Semester 6|
|Winter Intake||Semester 1||Semester 2||Semester 3||Semester 4||Optional Work Placement||Semester 5||Semester 6|
When students secure a placement they are automatically advanced to a Work Placement course.
The Optional Work Placement program is only available to Domestic students at this time. International students have the opportunity to apply to summer jobs, including summer jobs related to their program of study, provided their Study Permit allows them to do so. See Studying and Working in Canada for further information.
Participating students are required to complete a 4-week course prior to the work term to help them develop effective job search skills including resume preparation, job market research, networking and interviewing. Placements are not guaranteed, therefore, students are expected to actively network and search for their own placement.
The Work Placement Services Team provides a range of services to support student success, including coaching students throughout their job search and placement, and working with employers to identify placement opportunities.
Work Placement Services, Room NX302
Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology
416.675.6622 x 5517