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Disability Employment Programs and Services

Student Summer Employment

The objective of the Summer Employment Program is to provide career-related work experience in the public service for post-secondary students with disabilities. Summer employment opportunities provide students with practical skills and knowledge to prepare them for their future entry into the labour market.

Summer placements are generally 10 weeks in duration and run between June and September.

To be eligible for the program, students must be:

  • Currently attending a post-secondary educational institution
  • Returning to school in September
  • Registered with this office

Application forms are available by contacting your school's Career Counsellor, Work Term Placement Officer, Student Aid Advisor, or from the Office of Employment Equity for Persons with Disabilities

For information on our application process, please click here.

 
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