General Search Tips
Emploi Québec has a sophisticated search engine. It allows job-seekers to sort through recently posted as well as previously posted positions, jobs specifically for students, and paid internships. The site also allows users to select one or more regions of interest in Quebec and also narrow their search criteria with keywords.
Job Boom is a popular search engine for all Canadians, Quebecois included. Use their keyword search engine to locate employers that are hiring in Quebec. The site allows users the option to search by industry.
McGill's Career Planning Service is an all-encompassing tool for students to find employment. From campus recruitment events and workshops to career guides and information on summer jobs and internships, this is a great resource.
Cegep's John Abbott College has a University and Career Information Centre of up-to-date resource materials to guide their students in their education and career planning.
The Concordia Student Union's Job Bank is designed with Concordia students in mind. The site has a job search engine and information about workers rights and minimum wage. Concordia also has internship opportunities involving travel in many countries including Germany.
Loto Quebec offers student internships and seasonal jobs, as well as opportunities for students with disabilities and career days for prospective job seekers.
Student Exchange Programs
The Government of Quebec's Internships offers exchange opportunities for students from France, Belgium and all across North and South America ages 18 to 35.
The YMCA of Quebec has a Summer Work Student Exchange, a national initiative for Canadian youth participants ages 16 to 17 to improve their second official language skills through gainful employment. Participants will live with a host family while their home family takes in an exchange student in the program.
The Government of Alberta invites Quebec students applying to work in Alberta for 13 weeks between May and August. Placements are available within the Government of Alberta and areas depend on the student's field of study and level of English proficiency.
Our Kids Go to Camp is not only a useful search tool for camp jobs, but also of camp-related resources. The site describes the various types of camps and has a unique advice guide for prospective counsellors. This site is a great place to start if you're wondering if a job at a summer camp is right for you.