Connecting a Student’s Calling with their Career

The Career Centre helps students connect their calling with a career through co-op work terms, internships, workshops and individualized career guidance. The Career Centre also supports the student and employer experiences that put the classroom in the workplace, and bring the workplace back to the classroom.

Why Experience-Enhanced Learning?
Quick facts
200
direct sessions with students to prepare them for employment and careers.
3
job fairs organized to develop networking and support job opportunities
90%
satisfaction with career counselling
67%
of students are involved in experiential learning
1300
jobs posted on hire.redeemer.ca in the past year

Affiliations & ACCREDITING BODIES

Redeemer is proud to be affiliated with or hold membership in these organizations.

With

Career Centre

Students

find the direction and experience they need to succeed.

From basic resume and interview preparation to job search support and career exploration.

Employers

get help finding the best candidates.

Employers hire Redeemer students and grads because of strong academic and ethical foundations and their proven abilities.

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find or post a job on hire.redeemer.ca

Students and alumni, looking for a job? Great companies are looking for suitable candidates to fill positions now. Find a job.

Employers, looking to post a job? Redeemer grads, co-op students, and interns are known for their knowledge, initiative and character. As tomorrow's professionals, they are job-ready to help employers today. Post a job.

Lastest jobs:

Winter Snow Removal

Gelderman Landscape Services
Waterdown Part-time Nov 30, 2022

Lead Pastor

Lakeshore Evangelical Missionary Church
North Bay Full-time Nov 29, 2022

Case Manager

Good Shepherd Centres
Hamilton ON Full-time Nov 29, 2022

Lifeguards

Simonhouse Bible Camp
Grass River Provincial Park (northern MB) Summer Nov 29, 2022
Find more jobs on hire.redeemer.ca

Career Centre Stories

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An Account of Success

Business-accounting student Erica Van Hoffen has been named the 2021 Co-op Student of the Year.

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Business Program Receives Grant for Experiential Learning

The Brand Management class is benefiting from a $12,000 Federal grant to develop a branding strategy for a start-up organization.

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Motivated to Love with Healing Hands

Through physiotherapy co-op work experiences, fifth-year kinesiology student Selena Kennedy is learning to see God in her work and follow his path.

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From the Ice to the Sales Floor

Lewis Tuininga ’17 is excelling at his dream career in the sports industry.

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Making Change through Legislation

Excited to explore different aspects of government, Celina Oster ’21 has been learning how to effect change through the legislative process.

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Leaning in to Learn. Forward.

A closer look at how Redeemer’s 2025 Strategic Plan is moving the institution forward by strengthening its roots and investing in student and graduate success.

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First 12 BBA Grads Receive Degrees

The new bachelor of business administration degree will better reflect the calibre and range of courses across multiple business disciplines that are taken by...

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CIMMO Recognizes Marketing Program’s Excellence

Redeemer’s bachelor of arts in business marketing program has received official accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Marketing Management of Ontario (CIMMO).

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Exceptional Business Student Recognized for Co-op Achievements

Erica Costin, a respected team player, has been named the 2020 Co-op Student of the Year, after a term as a research assistant in the business department.

Hear from students
L’Arche works to be a safe environment for persons with disabilities to thrive and be who God made them to be. I learned to be intentional when communicating, recognizing that communication is more listening than talking. I learned how to see people the way Jesus sees people. To love everyone for who they are and not who society deems them to be.
L’Arche works to be a safe environment for persons with disabilities to thrive and be who God made them to be. I learned to be intentional when communicating, recognizing that communication is more listening than talking. I learned how to see people the way Jesus sees people. To love everyone for who they are and not who society deems them to be.

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