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Partner with NorQuest College’s Career Centre!

We want to connect you with our talented, creative, and innovative students. NorQuest ensures our learners are workforce ready when they graduate, and work-integrated learning is an integral part of that strategy.

Our students

  • Our diverse students bring intercultural competencies to their work and add value to your workplace.
  • With an average age of 30 years old, our students come with life experience, combined with their NorQuest education to create skilled and knowledgeable workers.
  • Our students are committed to the community. In 2019, NorQuest students donated over 15,000 hours of community service to the Edmonton region.

Connect with the Career Centre and our students

Recruit a NorQuest student

  • Post job and volunteer opportunities on our Student Job Board.
    1. Create your online account
    2. Read our guidelines before posting
  • Attend Career Centre events including career fairs, employer panels, and networking events
  • Host an information session to connect with and recruit NorQuest students

Host a NorQuest student

  • Educate and enrich a student’s work-integrated learning experience through co-op, field experience, and practicum.
  • Mentor and guide students through micro-WIL experiences, including job shadows, mentoring opportunities, and informational interviews.

Partner with NorQuest

  • Host students for a community service learning activity to support your non-profit or local business.
  • Join a Program Advisory Committee.
  • Become involved in our annual career fair.

Interested in any of these opportunities? We’d love to partner with you! Email us at careercentre@norquest.ca.

Benefits to partnering with us?

  • Receive help and support on tasks and projects all while you provide NorQuest students the opportunity to grow, learn, and gain hands-on skills.
  • Access student’s fresh ideas, enthusiasm, unique perspectives, and a strong knowledge of current industry best practices from their NorQuest education.
  • Increase exposure for your organization to the NorQuest community.
  • Contribute to economic recovery and growth while mentoring future members of your industry.
  • Assess and recruit up-and-coming skilled, workforce-relevant graduates who are motivated to succeed.