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Ontario Is Hiring Students For Seasonal Summer Jobs & There Are Over 70 Positions

It's a great way to get experience over the summer.
Ontario Summer Jobs 2020 Have Over 70 Positions For Hire

We may still be in the thick of winter, but summer job application deadlines are fast approaching. If you're looking for some seasonal work after exams, you might want to check out Ontario's summer jobs for 2020. Opportunities will be posted from February 10 and onwards. No matter what you may be studying, there are tons of opportunities in different career paths, so you can choose one that best aligns with your goals. According to their website, Ontario's Summer Employment Opportunities offer over 70 different kinds of student jobs for you to take advantage of for the summer. Career fields range widely, including administrative, engineering, business, social services, and many more, so no matter what your field, you're bound to get experience. You can apply to a multitude of positions, such as Research Assistant, Marketing Coordinator, Museum Attendant, Ontario Place Parks Services Groundskeeper, and so much more. Application deadlines will vary based on what you're interested in, so be sure to check your individual interests for the specific date.Late applications will not be accepted, so plan ahead to avoid missing out. Their website also states that applications will only be accepted online.

If you need a few pointers before handing in your application, check out their Student Tip Sheet page to be clear on exactly what they're looking for. There are offers for both high school students as well as post-secondary, but some require that the applicant be at least 18 years old, so read their guidelines carefully. 

After applying, you will have to wait four to 12 weeks after the posting has closed until you can expect to be contacted.

The start dates will vary, and they can begin anytime between May and July. Most contracts are going to last anywhere between seven and 18 weeks. The positions will also be full time, between 36 and 40-hour work weeks.

There will be tons of summer positions in Toronto as well. If you're a fan of wildlife, you can even look at some amazing Toronto Zoo opportunities. 

It may seem early, but now's the time to start working on those resumes.