Student Employment Experience Development (SEED) Co-op Work Term

Post-Secondary Education, Training, and Labour (PETL)

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Contact Information
Office Phone General Information: 506-453-2597
E-Mail dpetlinfo@gnb.ca
Website www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/services/services_renderer.5099.Student_Employment_Experience_Development_(SEED)_-_Students.html
Mailing Address E3B 7J7
Description & Services
Description of service(s) The Student Employment Experience Development (SEED) Program provides a variety of employment opportunities for post-secondary students during the summer months. Jobs are approved at the provincial, municipal, and First Nations government levels and in non-profit organizations. Jobs approved aim to enhance the students' employment prospects upon completion of their studies, while enabling them to finance the continuation of their education.
Dates Program is Offered Jan-Apr; May-Aug; Sept-Dec
Areas Served New Brunswick
Eligibility Ages: 17 year(s) - 100 year(s) 
 
A participant must be:  
• a resident of New Brunswick or a First Nation community in New Brunswick;  
• eligible to work in Canada;  
• a student in the current academic year; and  
• attending a full-time post-secondary institution in the fall.  
 
This program provides students with employment opportunities during summer break. The average length of SEED summer placements ranges between eight (8) and ten (10) weeks. In order to be considered for placements, students must apply online at www.NBjobs.ca.
Application Students must register through the normal process with the institution's recognized Co-operative Education Program. They will be referred to employers directly from the university or college they are attending.
Languages English ; French
Fees None
Location information
Site Location To view Alternate city addresses see their website
Other Details
Service Level (30) Provincial Government
Subjects
Service Categories Summer Employment ~ College/University Students

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