Post a Job Work-Integrated Learning

Employer resources

Interested in connecting with Lethbridge College students? Career Development can help you with the following:

  • Sharing job postings with students
  • Information sessions/presentations
  • Hiring events

Share job openings

Want to share a job posting with current Lethbridge College students? We have a few options for you. If you have any questions, please email [email protected].

Are you wanting to share a job with a wider audience?

Use this form to submit your job for current students, recent graduates and/or alum of Lethbridge College. 

Please note that all jobs submitted through this form will be reviewed by the Career Development team, who reserves the right not to share any jobs that do not meet the standards outlined in the form. Jobs that meet the outlined standards will be added to a list students can access, so be sure to include a link to your posting or an email address students can submit applications to.

If you would like your job shared on the physical job board, please share a PDF copy in the attachments section of the form. 


Interested in getting involved in a practicum or other work-integrated learning opportunity? Visit the Work-Integrated Learning page for more information. 

Recruitment resources

Government of Alberta – Information to Help Employers Recruit, Retain and Strengthen their Workforce
Government of Canada – Funding for Jobs, Training and Social Development

The fine print: recruitment and job posting guidelines

On-campus Recruitment and Online Job Posting Guidelines

Lethbridge College has implemented guidelines for on-campus recruitment and our online job posting services to balance the needs of employers while protecting the privacy of our students.

CACEE Ethical Recruitment Guidelines

The guidelines provided by the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE) lay the framework for professional relationships between students, career educators, employers and third-party recruiters.

Alberta Employment Standards

Through employment standards, the provincial government sets out rules, regulations and compliance measures for employers and employees in Alberta.

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom

This Charter sets out the rights and freedoms Canadians believe are necessary in a free and democratic society.