If you are graduating December 2024 or later check out these Summer 2024 internships. Visit google.com/students to apply!

Are you looking for more Google content and resources? Google Careers OnAir is a virtual event center that provides students and professionals with career focused material from Googlers. Register for upcoming livestreams, watch previously-aired events on demand, and let us help you get one step closer to your future. Visit Careers OnAir, as well as the Build Your Future site to keep exploring.

Open roles - Apply early! The following student job opportunities are now open! All available roles can be found on google.com/students

Internships, Summer 2024

Jarvis Consulting Group is hosting a virtual workshop on 'What You Need to Know About Starting a Career in Sales' on Tuesday, November 14th, from 12p.m. to 1p.m.!

This virtual workshop will be hosted by Jarvis’ very own Lead Account Executive, Tommy Sumi! This opportunity will allow for students to gain valuable insight on careers in sales. Join us to learn essential strategies for successfully entering into a new sales role with confidence, drive, and grit!

This is a great opportunity to learn about sales as a career path if you're a student who may not be sure what you want to do after graduation. We'll talk about the traits well suited for jobs in sales, how to impress a sales hiring manager or leader, and how to succeed in a sales role. We hope to see you there!

Register for free now and join us for an unforgettable event!

Are you passionate about creating a sustainable future and want to connect with multidisciplinary leaders in the space? Global Spark is hosting its Systems for Sustainability Forum (SSF) on November 18th 2023 focused on the topic of “Roadmap to zero hunger: Agricultural innovations for a climate-smart future”

Date: November 18, 2023

Time: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm EST

Location: Virtual and in-person at the BCG office in Toronto (81 Bay St, Toronto)

Event Highlights:

  1. Thought Leader Panel (11AM - 12:30PM EST) Join global experts to discuss innovative solutions for food security and equitable value chains
  2. Small Group Discussions with Panelists (12:30PM - 1:00PM EST) Engage in an intimate discussion with one of our panelists
  3. Community Workshops(1:30PM - 3PM EST): Engage with leading organizations to discover tangible climate and food systems solutions
  4. Networking Opportunities: Connect with fellow young professionals, industry experts, and potential collaborators who share your passion for sustainability

Register by November 10th for the chance to join in-person or participate in a small group discussion with our speakers!: https://buff.ly/3tyOHWX

Mastercard would like to invite UofT students to attend our Toronto Office Tour Event for prospective interns on November 16th from 5:30-7:30pm.

Application Form:

  • Application Form: https://form.mastercard.com/jfe/form/SV_3vG5K2q8V1zgvgG

Applications are now open for Accelerate Her FutureTM’s Fellowship Circle, a 10-week program for Black, Indigenous and women of colour students and recent grads (International students welcome to apply) residing in Canada. This holistic and tailored program provides Group Mentorship Circles, Career Learning Labs, and opportunities for networking and building authentic relationships with peers. Apply today! Applications close November 20.

To check eligibility and apply: https://accelerateherfuture.com/for-individuals/fellowship-circle/

Fellowship Circle Application Key Dates:

  • Applications Close: November 20, 2023
  • Successful Fellows Contacted by: Dec 22, 2023
  • Fellowship Circle Winter Cohort will include a Career Readiness Bootcamp on January 20/21, 2024 and 10-weekly sessions every Thursday from January 25 - March 28, 2024, 7:00 - 9:00 pm EST.

Sanofi Canada is hosting their third of a three-part development workshop series for the Fall 2023 season, NA Sanofi Workshop Series: “Women In Pharma” virtual career panel discussion! The workshop will have topics that are particularly relevant to students. Additionally, we would welcome you to attend the session!

About the Workshop: The Sanofi “Women In Pharma” virtual career panel discussion on Wednesday, November 15th (5:00pm-6:30pm) is an opportunity for students to gain insight into the pharmaceutical industry and learn from accomplished women who are working in various roles within Sanofi. The amazing panelists will offer valuable perspectives on areas such as:

  • Insight into the company culture.
  • What it takes to be successful as a woman in the pharma industry.
  • The challenges and opportunities women may encounter in the industry.
  • Unique experiences and skills that contribute to a successful career path.
  • Actionable advice for your own career journey.

Be ready to be empowered and inspired!

About Sanofi: We are an innovative global healthcare company, driven by one purpose: we chase the miracles of science to improve people’s lives. Our teams across the world strive to transform the practice of medicine, turning the impossible into the possible for patients. We provide potentially life-changing treatments and the protection of life-saving vaccines to millions of people, and affordable access to our medicines in some of the world’s poorest countries.

Event: Sanofi NA Workshop: Women In Pharma”

Date: Wednesday, November 15th, 2023

Time: 5:00 - 6:30 PM EST

You may complete the form through this link to access the registration link for the event: https://smrtr.io/gZ5wt

Master’s and PhD Opportunities in Intelligent Systems and Control Theory at the University of Toronto

Intelligent control systems are all around us. From a car’s automatic braking system to the inner workings of the human brain, control systems influence our lives everyday. We are the Systems Controls Group at the University of Toronto, and we specialize in the analysis, design, and control of intelligent systems, working on both theory and applications. We are looking for PhD and Master’s students to join our respective research groups.

Prof. Mireille E. Broucke specializes in systems neuroscience, which is about the use of control theory to understand the human brain.https://www.control.utoronto.ca/~broucke/

Prof. Margaret Chapman studies noisy control systems with applications to healthcare and misinformation spreading. https://www.control.utoronto.ca/~mchapman/index.html

Prof. Manfredi Maggiore investigates basic open problems in the area of nonlinear control theory. https://www.control.utoronto.ca/people/profs/maggiore/

Prof. Lacra Pavel advances control and game theory in networks with applications to optics. https://www.control.utoronto.ca/~pavel/

Prof. Luca Scardovi specializes in the analysis and control of interconnected systems with applications to biology https://www.control.utoronto.ca/~scardovi/

Prof. John Simpson-Porco focuses on robust optimal control with applications to energy systems and the power grid. https://www.control.utoronto.ca/~jwsimpson/

If you are interested in undertaking a graduate degree in one of our research groups, we kindly ask that you follow the instructions posted here in order to submit your application. In your personal statement, please indicate the names of the professors whom you are most interested in working with. Please also indicate “Systems Control” as a research interest area in your ECE application. Applicants to the PhD program are expected to have prior research experience, and a typical PhD applicant will have (or will be working toward) a research-based Master’s degree. Note that the MASc and PhD degree programs are fully funded. We appreciate your consideration, and we hope to see your application.

November 14th | 2023 Pitch Perfect Competition

Join Health Innovation Hub (H2i) and MaRS on Wednesday November 22nd for an in-person event exploring how early-stage health science startups are navigating their wet lab space needs. This panel and networking event will cultivate conversation between entrepreneurs and wet lab space providers—with a unique panel featuring speakers from startups, labs, academia, hospitals, real estate, advocacy coalitions and more. Learn what is currently available, gain insight into navigating existing challenges, and join the important conversation of how we can collaborate to continue growing a local, thriving wet-based venture community. Learn more and register at: https://h2i.utoronto.ca/event/wet-lab-spaces-for-health-science-startups/

November 22nd | Wet Lab Spaces for Health Science Startups

Pitch Perfect is a Temerty Faculty of Medicine and Health Innovation Hub (H2i) initiative to celebrate and support student entrepreneurs working on health focused innovations. The event will showcase 6 student-based ventures who will have just 5-minutes to capture their innovative concept as they pitch to a panel of expert judges. 3 of the teams will win a $5000 Student Innovation Fellowship to help develop their project further. Join us in-person on November 14th for networking and interaction with the community! Food and refreshments will be provided. Learn more and register at: https://h2i.utoronto.ca/event/pitch-perfect-2023/

Career Exploration & Education (CxED), Student Life invites you to attend the employer led in-person workshop - Bank of Montreal (BMO) - "Let's Solve Resume Mysteries: Building Effective Resumes & Navigating ATS".

You'll gain valuable insights, practical skills and knowledge needed to craft an effective and targeted resume that will capture the attention of employers and help you successfully navigate the intricacies of Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS). You will also learn and understand firsthand from a recruiter's perspective how to:

  • Connect with experts: Interact with Bank of Montreal (BMO) recruiters who will share insider tips and real workplace applications and insights.
  • Craft an effective resume: Learn how to tailor a resume by analysing a job posting and identifying and showcasing your skills, experience, and knowledge.
  • Crack the ATS (Applicant Tracking System) code: Discover strategies to crack the ATS systems, ensuring your resume gets noticed by recruiters and HR professionals.
  • Empower your career: Take control of your career journey and increase your chances of landing interviews and job offers.

Register for the workshop (Tuesday, November 14th) and secure your spot!

Date/Time: Tuesday, November 14, 2023 at 1:30 PM (2 hours, including a break time)

Location: Room 301 (Conference Room), Experiential Learning Commons (ELC) Building, 255 Beverley Street, Toronto, ON M5T 1Z4 *

Target audience: All U of T students and recent graduates 2 years

Registration: https://clnx.utoronto.ca/events.htm?evtId=59136

Questions: If you have any questions or require any accommodation, please email Career Exploration & Education at events@careers.utoronto.ca

*The ELC Building is on the southeast corner of Beverley and College. The building entrance is on Beverley - 255 Beverley St. Take the elevator to the 3rd floor, turn right and walk to the end of the hall. Walk through the doors, turn right and you'll see the open conference room straight ahead.

Last updated: November 9, 2023