Resources & FAQs
Acadia University’s Career Services follows the Ethical Recruitment Guidelines of the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE). This document sets out guidelines for ethical recruitment at post-secondary educational institutions, by providing a framework for the professional relationships between employers, students, third-party recruiters, and career educators.
- Nova Scotia Works — Welcoming Workplaces
- Scarborough Charter on Anti-Black Racism and Black Inclusion in Canadian Higher Education: Principles, Actions and Accountabilities
- Working with Indigenous Peoples at Acadia University — Handbook and Protocols
- The Canadian Association for Supported Employment — HR Inclusive Policy Toolkit
- Hire for Talent Toolkit
- Provincial Business Accessibility Grant Program
- Nova Scotia Legal Info — Moving Beyond the Binary
- Graduate to Opportunity (GTO)
- Innovate to Opportunity (ITO)
- Co-operative Education Incentive (Co-op or CEI)
- Student Summer Skill Incentive (SKILL)
- Energy Nova Scotia Training Program
- Clean Leadership Summer Internship Program
- Divert NS Student Research Grants
- Student Work Placement Program (SWPP)
- Canada Summer Jobs
- Young Canada Works
- National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP) Youth Employment Program
- Science and Technology Internship Program (STIP)
- Science Horizons Youth Internship Program
Additional Programs and Related Organizations
- Canada Science and Technology Internship Program — Green Jobs
- Access Ability: Employment Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities
- Mentor Works
- Mitacs Accelerate Program
- Mitacs Business Strategy Internship
- Career Launcher
- ICTC (Information and Communications Technology Council) Talent Programs
- Black Business Initiative — Financial Assistance
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I get in touch with your Career Services team?
You can make an appointment with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I share a job posting?
You can send a job description to us via email. Please ensure your email includes:
- a URL link to the job posting, or a PDF document
- the application deadline
- required qualifications
- and how to apply
We will share the opening on our job board for Acadia students to explore.
How can I connect with Acadia students?
We host regular on-campus events like Career Fairs throughout the year for employers to connect with current students. Employers can also connect with us about job opportunities in their organization by submitting postings to our email. Please see the section of "how to submit a job posting" above.
If you’d like to learn more about upcoming events, contact us.