MIE is pleased to share job opportunities with our students via our e-newsletter (contact: email@example.com) and U of T Engineering CONNECT group. Please note we do not share our mailing lists and cannot recruit individuals directly on behalf of organizations.
The Engineering Career Centre (ECC) provides employers with several ways to showcase their organizations and job opportunities through career fairs, information sessions, networking events and job postings.
Internships supported by government funding
Solve your research challenges with our academic expertise and leveraged government funding. Internships start at four months and can scale up as much as you need – your financial contribution starts at $7,500! Through leveraged funding internships you can:
- Access academic expertise
- Build a customized research plan with support
- Augment your R&D budget
- Identify new markets, commercialize results, and assess potential employees
Want to find out more about leveraged funding internships? Contact our Research Coordinator
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and include:
- Company and job title
- Type of opportunity (e.g. summer internship)
- Program/level of study (e.g. industrial engineering undergraduate)
- A link to job description/online application
The MIE Newsletter is distributed to our faculty, researchers, students and subscribing alumni & friends. There is no fee, and your posting will be circulated for one or two issues. Please note that graduate student and alumni opportunities can be advertised year-round, and undergraduate postings from September to April.
As applicable, we may also share job opportunities with Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Alumni on U of T Engineering's alumni network CONNECT.
Engineering Career Centre (ECC)
The U of T Engineering career portal allows you to advertise your positions to current 4th year students enrolled in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering who are looking for full-time opportunities upon graduation, as well as alumni within 2 years of graduation.
If you are an employer seeking to contribute to the success of our students while meeting the recruitment needs of your organization, the Faculty's internship programs can offer you significant returns on investment:
- 12- 16 months: Professional Experience Year (PEY)
- 4 months: Engineering Summer Internship Program (eSIP)
For more information, visit Recruiter Toolkit.