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RRC Polytech Career Services provides a full range of employment services and supports targeted at students, recent graduates and employers.
We're committed to ensuring Red River College Polytechnic students are provided with the employment supports they require to be able to build a career, enhance their quality of life, and contribute to both economic and social prosperity.
Career Services offers students and recent graduates assistance with job search strategies, cover letter and resume writing, interview preparation, employment application forms, informational interviews and current labour market information. Career Services provides personalized support and direction to students and recent graduates seeking summer, part-time, full-time and temporary employment.
RRC Polytech's Career Services also provides a link between businesses and their future employees found in the College's student body through job postings and alerts, on-campus presentations and recruitment initiatives.
Career Services posts employment opportunities targeted at Red River College Polytechnic students and alumni free of charge on Career Bridge. To post a job opportunity, please hover over the Employer link at the top of the page and click "Account Registration". Complete the account registration form and you will receive confirmation once your account has been approved. You can then log into the Career Bridge portal and post employment opportunities.
Please email CareerServices@rrc.ca if you have additional questions about Career Services.
Please note that co-op opportunities will temporarily remain on our Job Central website at http://jobcentral.rrc.ca.
A co-operative education program integrates a student's academic studies with work experience in co-operative education employer organizations. The plan is for the student to alternate periods of experience in appropriate fields of business, industry, government, social services and the professions in accordance with the following criteria:
each work placement is developed and/or approved by the College as a suitable learning situation;
the co-operative education student is engaged in productive work rather than merely observing;
the co-operative education student receives remuneration for the work performed;
the co-operative education student's progress on the job is monitored by the College;
the co-operative education student's performance on the job is supervised and evaluated by the student's co-operative education employer;
the total co-operative education work experience is usually not less than twenty-five percent of the time spent in academic study.
Co-operative education plays an integral role in Red River College Polytechnic's mission of providing high-quality educational and training opportunities. Co-operative education at Red River College Polytechnic is delivered through a decentralized system in order to reflect the unique situation of each department and ensure relevance to the industry served by the program.
All certificate and diploma programs at Red River College Polytechnic which are designated as co-operative education programs comply with the definition based upon the by-laws of Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning Canada (CEWIL).