A program of the federal government, Student Educational Employment provides jobs in the public service sector to students while they’re in school.
The program is available to all levels of students and provides two tracks: student temporary employment and student career experience.
These employment opportunities are temporary, ranging from summer jobs to positions that last as long as you are a student, and don’t necessarily need to be related to your field of study.
Through this track, you gain valuable work experience directly related to your field of study. Participation involves formal periods of work and study while you’re attending school, and requires a commitment by you, your school and the employing federal agency. After successfully completing your education and meeting your work requirements, you may be eligible for permanent employment in your role.
You are eligible for the Student Educational Employment program if you are:
Students may contact their school guidance office, career planning and placement office, teachers, or federal agency employment office where they are interested in working.