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Humber programs offer unique work-integrated learning opportunities to prepare students for their future careers. Students apply what they’ve learned in class and in real world environments through a wide range of academic, community and industry partnerships. These work-integrated and experiential learning opportunities may include field placements, practicums, clinical placements, co-operative education work terms, internships, applied research projects, or service learning. Check the chart below to learn more about the specific opportunities within each program.

Job Postings

Login to the Longo Faculty of Business Job Portal to view full-time, part-time, summer and volunteer positions on this site. Easy search and application processes. Viewable account history. 

Work Placement Benefits

  • Valuable real world learning and enhanced employment opportunities
  • In addition to course credits, students gain relevant on-the-job work experience and often secure future job opportunities upon graduation
  • Social skills such as developing people skills and enhancing personal maturity
  • Smoother transitions from academia to paid employment
  • Better prepares students with self-marketing skills and job acquiring strategies
  • When entering the workforce, higher salaries and overall levels of job satisfaction are reported by students who have participated in work placements

Networking Events

The Placement Centre hosts many events to provide students with the opportunity to explore areas of interest by learning about various career fields and connecting with employers and alumni.

  • Job and Career Fairs
  • Campus Recruitment
  • Information Sessions
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Workshops
  • Industry Panels
  • Guest Speakers

Get The Support You Need For A Successful Work Placement

Beyond the job portal and networking events, students have access to Placement Advisors that offer support throughout the work placement experience. 

Students at a job fair

Watch the video to see students learning about various career fields and connecting with employers at the first annual Fall Career Fair.

Work Placement Support

  • Expertise, guidance and resources
  • Self-assessment
  • Resume and cover letter preparation
  • Interview strategies including mock interviews with industry professionals
  • Professional branding strategies (i.e. LinkedIn)
  • Networking strategies and opportunities
  • Job search techniques and guidance to research and interpret relevant and current information about careers and the labour market
  • Special events, guest speakers, job search related workshops and information sessions
  • Volunteer, placement and employment opportunities
  • Supporting international students in their Canadian job search and assisting domestic students seeking international work experience

Placement Advisors

Placement Advisors help guide you through the placement process, start to finish. Search by Program Name to find your Placement Advisor, or contact Antoniette Di Marco, Manager, Placement Centre, 416.675.6622 ext. 3662.

Find your placement advisor by choosing your program below

Paid Work Term Criteria

The Paid Work Term is a mandatory part of the program’s curriculum, and must be completed as a prerequisite for subsequent courses and to graduate from the degree program

  • Duration of the Paid Work Term is 14 weeks/420 hours and takes place during the summer before Semester 7 (between years 3 and 4)
  • The placement must be relevant to the degree program and the curriculum
  • It is the responsibility of the student to understand and comply with the requirements of the Paid Work Term component of the program
  • Placement Advisors support the students in securing their placements
    • Business Career Development Class
    • One-on-one job coaching and job search strategy sessions
    • On-going support to students and employers while students are in the workplace


We welcome the opportunity to assist Industry Partners with their recruitment needs. Visit the Hire A Humber Student for Employers.