Employment Resources

Employment Resources @ Memorial

If you are looking to build your resume, gain experience, and earn some extra money the ISRC may be able to help you out! We are pleased to partner with Student Life at Memorial to provide students with opportunities to participate in job placements at the ISRC. These placements provide valuable work experience for undergraduate students through Memorial's Undergraduate Career Experience Program (MUCEP) and graduate students through the Graduate Student Work Experience Program (GradSWEP).

Student Life has many excellent career and employment resources on their Student Success page, which include:

Employment Resource in St. John's

Canada Job Bank
City of St. John's
Community Centre Alliance
Community Employment Collaboration
Department of Immigration, Skills, and Labour - GovNL
First Light
Metro Business Opportunities
Stella's Circle

Employment Opportunities

The ISRC will post relevant job opportunities shared with us right here!


There are no internal postings at this time.


There are no external postings at this time.

Community Initiatives

Participation in community initiatives are a great way to build skills, make connections, and learn. Student focused Indigenous initiatives and opportunities will be posted here.

2023 Atlantic-IMN Indigenous Student Gathering Planning:

The Atlantic-IMN is expecting to host an Indigenous student gathering from February 23rd-26th 2023 at Windhorse Farm, Nova Scotia. If you are interested in attending please fill out an expression of interest form. Details will be finalized early in the new year. 

Purpose: The theme of this gathering is Indigenous mentorship. We plan to bring together Indigenous undergraduate and graduate students in the Atlantic region for 3 days of co-learning and mentorship. The gathering will provide the opportunity to: 1) learn from and with other Indigenous students in the region, as well as from Indigenous scholars regarding mentorship opportunities and supports for Indigenous students; 2) learn from local elders and knowledge-keepers about the importance of traditional knowledge; 3) attend sessions related to academic and professional development. 

Eligibility: The gathering will bring together Indigenous students in the Atlantic region. To be eligible, applicants must be Indigenous students from the Atlantic region who are currently attending a post-secondary institution. Priority will be given to students who are funded by our Promise Scholarship Program or Kausattumi Grants Program.  

 We are asking students to fill out this form before the end of the day on January 6th, 2023

Indigenous Employment Initiatives & Resources

Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada
Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business
CESO - Indigenous Services
Congress of Aboriginal Peoples
First Light
Indigenous Link
Indigenous Skills and Employment Training (ISET) Program
Indigenous Works
Indigrow Business Management
Innu Nation
Miawpukek First Nation
National Association of Friendship Centres
Native Women's Association of Canada
Nunatsiavut Government
Qalipu First Nation