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Connect with Your Future Workforce

Connect with us if you have a position that may be of interest to our students or graduates. Please ensure your email includes either a URL link to the job posting, or a PDF document. The job description should include the application deadline, required qualifications, and how to apply. Email your posting to our team at

For On-Campus student job opportunities, please download the On-Campus Student Job Opportunity Form, email once complete to



Acadia University’s Co-op Program is nationally accredited and has been recognized as one of the best in the country! It integrates study terms with paid, discipline-related work terms allowing students the opportunity to enhance their skills, create contacts in industry, and gain a better understanding of their strengths and interests while exploring different work environments and potential careers. 


Office of Industry and Community Engagement

Acadia’s Office of Industry & Community Engagement (ICE), identifies and connects Acadia’s researchers with industry, government and community groups interested in research, commercialization and outreach activities.


Acadia’s Accessible Learning Services’ Work Integrated Learning Program

Are you a Nova Scotia employer who is looking to hire additional personnel but don’t have the resources to do so? Acadia University’s Accessible Learning Services includes the Work Integrated Learning Program, which connects students with disabilities with employment opportunities. 


Funding and Wage Subsidy Opportunities