ARTS WORK EXPERIENCE (AWE) 


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Arts Co-op is an optional program open to all undergraduate students in the Faculty of Arts that integrates academic and workplace learning. The program alternates between periods of paid employment with academic semesters. Students are able to put the transferable skills they gain in the classroom to work in professional settings for periods of 4 to 8 months. To achieve a co-op parchment notation, students must complete a cumulative total of 12 months of work experience and all degree requirements. 

Students who wish to complete 4 or 8 month work terms, outside of the Arts Co-op Program, should apply through the co-op application link below. Options will be reviewed during intake interviews with AWE staff.

How to Apply: Submit your application and follow application instructions. In addition to completing the application form, you will be asked to email copies of your resume, and unofficial transcripts (download from BearTracks). After you've submitted your application, the AWE Program office will contact you to set-up an intake interview. You should expect to hear from our office within 2 business days of submitting your application.

More details here : https://www.ualberta.ca/arts/student-services/arts-work-experience


INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ASSISTANT: ARTS WORK EXPERIENCE (AWE)

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This position is situated within the International Relations and Recruitment (IRR) division of University of Alberta International (UAI) and is specifically focussed on supporting work related to international relations, including international agreements. The International Relations Assistant will take direction from the Senior International Partnerships Administrator. 

This opportunity is being posted through the U of A, Faculty of Arts Work Experience (AWE). To apply through this posting, applicants must be enrolled in AWE. 

If you are interested in this work experience opportunity but are not enrolled in AWE, or for more information about AWE, please contact:

Arts Work Experience (AWE) at the HUB Career Centre
Email: artsworkexperience@ualberta.ca Or visit: 


JUNO BEACH GUIDE TEAM 2018: ARTS WORK EXPERIENCE (AWE)

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The Juno Beach Centre is the only Canadian Second World War museum in France. It is a place of commemoration and discovery dedicated to the Canadians who fought in the Second World War. It also presents the diversity of contemporary Canada. Visitors to the Centre gain a better understanding of Canada’s contribution to the Second World War thanks in part to the energetic and dedicated student guides who work here throughout the year.

Location: Juno Beach Centre, Normandy, France

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Guides are hired for one of the following periods:

Period 1:  May 19 – December 31, 2017
# of Positions: 3
Application Deadline: October 13, 2017

Period 2:  March 27 – October 31, 2018
# of Positions: 2
Application Deadline: October 13, 2017

Period 2:  May 22 – December 31, 2018
# of Positions: 2
Application Deadline: November 24, 2017

This opportunity is being posted through the U of A, Faculty of Arts Work Experience (AWE). To apply for this posting, applicants must be enrolled in AWE. If you are interested in this work experience opportunity but are not enrolled in AWE, or for more information about AWE, please contact:

Arts Work Experience (AWE) at the HUB Career Centre
Email: artsworkexperience@ualberta.ca


CO-OP STUDENTS FOR FALL 2018 WORK TERM - ARTS WORK EXPERIENCE (AWE)

The Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSE) is committed to hiring students through recognized educational programs in various universities and colleges across Canada in a variety of technical and administrative openings. If you are interested in working in a challenging role within a dynamic environment, make CSE your first choice!

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Students at CSE have the opportunity to work on challenging and interesting projects related to their field of study. Collaboration and innovation are two values that are imbedded in CSE’s culture and these are directly reflected in the type of work assigned to students. CSE is also an evolving organization that offers developmental opportunities to students, which can potentially help them to be considered for future employment. In order to provide a great work-life balance, CSE has interesting alternative work arrangements to meet the student’s personal requirements.

CSE is Canada's National Cryptologic Agency. Our mandate is to:

  • Acquire and provide foreign signals intelligence;
  • Provide advice, guidance and services to help ensure the protection of Government of Canada electronic information and information infrastructures; and
  • Provide technical and operational assistance to federal law enforcement and security agencies.

 If you are interested in this work experience opportunity but are not enrolled in AWE, or for more information about AWE, please contact:Arts Work Experience (AWE) at the HUB Career Centre

Email: artsworkexperience@ualberta.ca Or visit: uab.ca/awe

More Details Here: https://capsconnections.ualberta.ca/caplet/Job/Detail/16061?fromsearch=True


POLICY AND RELATIONS ASSISTANT: ARTS WORK EXPERIENCE (AWE)

The Alberta College and Association of Opticians ACAO is a health care regulator governed under the Health Professions Act.  We are looking for temporary help from a qualified student in the areas of policy, strategic planning and public relations.

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The position is in a small office of six staff where team work is encouraged. This is a temporary project in analyzing what is needed and updating various policy and procedures manuals as a self directed project. The team work would come in with the strategic and operational planning, setting goals, performance measures and budget development.

Time and resources permitting other duties may be explored such as records management or communications via website, social media and e-newsletters. Project work such as execution of the AGM would also be considered. These duties will be based on the successful applicant’s interests and desired experience.

This opportunity is being posted through the U of A, Faculty of Arts Work Experience (AWE). To apply through this posting, applicants must be enrolled in AWE.

 If you are interested in this work experience opportunity but are not enrolled in AWE, or for more information about AWE, please contact:Arts Work Experience (AWE) at the HUB Career Centre
Email: artsworkexperience@ualberta.ca Or visit: uab.ca/awe