Resources for Students

Career Resources

McGill Career Planning Service (CaPS)

CaPS supports students and recent alumni in their career and professional development, and in finding employment (internships, summer jobs, full-time positions etc). In collaboration with the School of Social Work, CaPS organizes the annual Social Work Career Fair, as well other workshops and events specific to Social Work students.

Your Social Work Career Advisor: Jan Bottomer

Make an appointment to:

Review your CV, Cover Letter and other application materials
Learn about job search strategies and resources
Prepare for an interview
Discuss career-related questions and concerns, including regarding further education options

CaPS How-To Guides:
How to Write a CV; How to Write a Cover Letter; How to Interview; How to Find Jobs; How to Contact Employers

CaPS Social Work Career Resources

New Teaching Assistants

AGSEM Guide for new TAs.


myFuture Job Postings
McGill CAPS job board. TAships and RAships for the School of Social Work can be found here as well.
Canadian jobs

Charity Village
Non-profit professional jobs, internships, and volunteer positions. - Aggregates job postings from over 6000 sources throughout Canada.

Social Work Jobs

jobGurus (For Social Work Positions)


Volunteer Bureau of Montreal/Centre D’Action Bénévole de Montréal
Know your rights as a volunteer! They also provide a list of places that need volunteers in the Montreal community. You can search by organization or by field.

Charity Village
Non-profit professional jobs, internships, and volunteer positions. 

McGill-Centraide Committee
McGill University has partnered with Centraide of Greater Montreal to provide volunteer services and help raise funds for over 360 organizations in the area.

Jobs and Volunteering Advertisements

Information coming soon


McGill Internships

Students can review the internship opportunities available through McGill University. Internships vary in their dates and field and include internship opportunities with CBC Radio, the United Nations, and international consulates.

Working in Quebec

Please also see our Working in Quebec Page for links to important information.

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