Graduating & alumni

Hire graduating students and alumni

Waterloo's graduating students and alumni are available for longer-term employment.

Find more information about: 

Steps to hiring graduating students

  1. Visit key sections of our website:
  2. Visit WaterlooWorks to log in and post a job
    1. If you've already recruited with us in JobMine, just reset your password 
    2. If this is your first time hiring at UWaterloo, create an account
    3. Graduating students must apply through WaterlooWorks, but they can also apply directly to you.
      • If you wish to interview on Waterloo's campus, please provide us with an interview date at this time
  3. Sit back and relax:
    • Once CECA reviews and approves your job, it will be available for students to view and apply to on WaterlooWorks
    • You'll receive an email confirmation when your applications are available to review 
  4. Review résumés either through WaterlooWorks, or on your own if students applied directly to you.
  5. Interview students:
    • Select your preferred method of interviewing:
      • Interview candidates at the Tatham Centre on Waterloo's campus and connect with one of our staff to create your schedule.
      • Conduct interviews at your own site and connect with candidates directly to make interview arrangements.

If you have any questions at any time, please contact us:

Already know the process? Log in to WaterlooWorks and post a job.

Questions? Email CECA or call 519-888-4026.


Did you know? Waterloo graduates include:

  • the first person to use Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    (MRI) scans to track breast cancer.
  • the creator of the PHP programming language.
  • the founder of Engineers Without Borders Canada.
  • an Academy Award winner.
  • the creator of the online version of the Oxford English Dictionary.
  • the builder of a financial services software company that sold for $1.76 billion.
  • a Nobel Peace Prize winner for research on climate change.
  • the founder of a charitable organization to help children with disabilities in developing countries.
  • the co-founder of the Perimeter Institute, an international centre for theoretical physics research.
  • the inventor of a molecule that may block the growth of cancer tumours.

Waterloo produces what Canadian business has always said it wants—smart, motivated, relevant graduates.

 -Canadian Business Magazine