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Wilfrid Laurier University Leaf
November 23, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence

Working in Canada



Note: All information is subject to change and students should refer to the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website for current information.

Working part-time while you’re studying at Laurier helps you to earn extra income, and gain transferable work skills that may assist you in gaining full-time employment after graduation.

As you decide whether you work will part-time, think about the time you need to focus on your courses and complete your homework; your studies must remain your primary purpose for being in Canada.

Who should you contact about working in Canada?

Laurier International

/laurierinternational

laurierinternational@wlu.ca 

Career Development Centre

/career

careercentre@wlu.ca


  • Job search techniques
  • Career planning discussions
  • Interview preparation
  • Resumé & cover letter reviews
  • Interview coaching or practice
  • Appointments, workshops and resources
And much more...


Career Services for International Students

Social Insurance Number


Working On Campus

Working Off Campus

Volunteering

Working after Graduation

Spousal Work

Permanent Residency