Undergraduate

Work-study opportunities

Gain valuable research experience as a research assistant! Through the Student Award and Financial Aid (SAFA) office, students may be eligible for part-time employment while concurrently pursuing their studies. This program is based Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) eligibility. Please see the SAFA website information on requirements and application.

Work-placement opportunities

Again through the Student Awards and Financial Aid office, OSAP students may be eligible for full-time employment. Students may elect to pursue a co-op position with this program.

Co-op opportunities

Please check JobMine for current Co-op opportunities. The Geriatric Health Systems (GHS) research group tends to hire one co-op student/work placement student per term.

Volunteer opportunities

Please contact Sheila Bodemer to be added to our mailing list for volunteer opportunities as they arise.