Employment and Learning Opportunities

The Chamber traditionally hires a summer office administration student to assist with projects and administrative duties between June and September. The Chamber supports secondary school co-operative education placements from the Grand Erie District School Board and Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board, as well as W. Ross MacDonald School. The Chamber also supports work-integrated learning opportunities from Wilfrid Laurier University, Six Nations Polytechnic, University of Waterloo and Conestoga College.

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Build Your Talent Pipeline With Conestoga

The Talent Hub team is here to support all of your recruitment needs. Our menu of flexible on campus
and virtual engagement opportunities is designed to enhance your brand awareness and connect you
with career-ready talent eager to contribute to your success

The Talent Hub team is here to support all of your recruitment needs. Our menu of flexible on campus
and virtual engagement opportunities is designed to enhance your brand awareness and connect you
with career-ready talent eager to contribute to your success

Community Service Learning Program at Laurier

The Talent Hub team is here to support all of your recruitment needs. Our menu of flexible on campus

and virtual engagement opportunities is designed to enhance your brand awareness and connect you

with career-ready talent eager to contribute to your success

Semester timeline and details:

  • Mid-Sept 2023-early Dec 2023 – semester time frame
  • Mid-Sept 2023 – placement sign up day – you would hear from a student directly

We are currently seeking placements for the following courses:

  • HS200 OC – Social Determinants of Health – online course (2 hrs/week for 10 weeks, placements with programs serving marginalized populations, employment or literacy supports, newcomers to Canada, health programs)
  • HS208 OC – Autism – online course (1-2 hrs/week for 10 weeks, placements in ASD classrooms or programs)
  • PS275 – Developmental Psychology: Infancy and Childhood (2 hrs/week for 10 weeks, placements with youth ages preschool – age 11)
  • PS276 – Developmental Psychology: Adolescence and Young Adulthood (2 hrs/week for 10 weeks, placements with youth ages 11-25)
  • PS282 OC – Community Psychology – online course (2 hrs/week for 10 weeks, placements with community programs and/or in programs that support marginalized populations
  • PS379 – Exceptional Child, Youth and Adult (2 hrs/week for 10 weeks, opportunities with programs that support individuals with special needs)
  • YC300 – Youth course (4 hrs/week for two semesters – Sept 2023 – April 2024, opportunities with children and youth 0-25 years and tasks in support of the program)

If you would like students again, email  david@brcc.ca by Fri Aug 18.