Internship vs Jobs
Internship vs part-time job
An internship needs to include a learning objective. Generally, a student seeks opportunities in the industry they are interested in with the main purpose of learning about the job or market through on-the-job experience rather than learning about it in the classroom.
On the other hand, a part-time job is less involved with creating learning objectives for the student. This does not mean that you cannot use the experience you get from a part-time job and apply it to your future aspirations! In fact, finding those connections can help you excel!
Where can I find internships or a part-time job?
There are a few places you can start with:
- Your post-secondary school's website
- Your network. Ask around!
- Government of Canada
- Tutoring Services
- Your City's website
- Outreach. Reach out to a company you love and see if they have any opportunities!
For more information and leads, head on to our career workshop! Sign up today!! Or if you're busy with your schoolwork and can't attend, you can head to the Career Development Toolkit in the platform!
Resumes, Cover Letters and Interviews
Use GrantMe's resume creator to help you get started. Then submit it to our editing team! Ensure you use our toolkit to help you write your cover letter and again submit it for editing.
When you land an interview, ask us for a 1-1 call so we can support you for interview prep!