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The Career Development Office is proud to offer an online integrated career services system, myFuture.

Our website will allow you to:

  • Create a company profile, including logo and branding,
  • Post your employment opportunities online;
  • Receive and manage students' applications;
  • Announce upcoming events taking place at your office and receive attendance confirmation from students throughout online registration option;
  • Request rooms for information sessions and on-campus interviews online and much more!

We post summer, part-time, full-time, articling and research job opportunities on myFuture. McGill Law students and recent alumni can view the postings online.

Please note that the French version of the interface is still under development. However, your company information and job postings can be entered entirely in French. We appreciate your understanding and apologize for the inconvenience this delay may cause.

Using myFuture

First step: See the myFuture user guide for instructions on how to register as a user, and how to post a job: myfuture_user_guide_english [.pdf].

(NB: Faculty members who wish to post jobs are "Employers" for the purposes of posting on myFuture, not "Faculty"). 

Already Registered: Click here to Post a Job/Articling position

Not Yet Registered: Click here to create a company profile and post a Job/Articling position

Questions about this new system can be directed to our office placement [dot] law [at] mcgill [dot] ca (through email) or by calling us at 514-398-6618. We are very excited about this new endeavour and we look forward to our continued partnership.


NOTE: We reserve the right to check and approve all job postings first. Note that the CDO has a Job Posting Policy for 3rd Party Recruiters/Headhunters and can ask for the name of employers to be disclosed. Please contact us to get your copy of the Policy.

Unpaid Internships

The CDO reserves the right to neither post nor approve what appear to us to be illegal unpaid internships. Employers should conform with the McGill statement on unpaid internships. For more information about the law on unpaid internships, employers should consult a lawyer, or resources like the following:

In Canada:

http://www.gowlings.com/KnowledgeCentre/article.asp?pubID=3190
http://www.internassociation.ca/what-is-the-law/ (Note the Quebec section is incomplete)
http://www.labour.gov.on.ca/english/es/pubs/internships.php
http://www.cnt.gouv.qc.ca/en/wages-pay-and-work/wages/index.html

In the USA:

http://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/whdfs71.htm