Develop your career by taking advantage of on-campus employment, volunteer and research opportunities. This webpage is where you’ll find all on-campus opportunities for students to maximize their career development while going to school. This resource lists departments providing opportunities and notes the time of year when you’ll find these opportunities open.

Need help with your application? Visit the career resources page for assistance.



Position: Game day staff

Be part of the support team for Lethbridge College Kodiaks student-athletes. The Kodiaks history is dominated by championships, athletic awards and academic recognition, and you can be part of the action.

Hiring takes place from August to October.

Game day positions are available for students who have a knowledge of sports (soccer, volleyball, basketball) or have experience working at a score table in positions such as stats, score sheet, score clock, shot clock, spotting and ticket takers.

To apply, check the Careers page or email a copy of your resume to Ada Larson.

Buchanan Library

Position: Library student workers

Student workers help library patrons check items in and out, do some light tech support, and help them to find the right answers by directing them to various library, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Innovation and college services.

Hiring takes place for the fall and winter semesters, usually for evening and weekend shifts.

For more information, contact Darel Bennedbaek or visit the Careers page for any active postings.

Culinary Services

Positions: Dishwashers, banquet servers and dining room servers

Culinary Services strives to provide quality food safely and conveniently. Job opportunities are available in the kitchen for our Food Court and Garden Court Restaurant.

Hiring occurs as needed, and all positions are on the casual, call-in list.

Drop off resumes to Mark Dieser at AN1623 or at any food service counter.

Irrigation Demo Farm, CARIE

Position: Farm assistant

Part of the Centre for Applied Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CARIE), the Irrigation Demo Farm is a working irrigation farm that facilitates in-house applied research and work with industry partners. The main focus is on irrigation and water-use efficiency research with various crops. We work closely with the Mueller Irrigation Group and the Advanced Post-Harvest Centre teams within CARIE.

Hiring takes place in late winter and early spring for summer positions.

This position will assist with the daily operations and maintenance at the Lethbridge Irrigation Research Demo Farm. You will be part of a team that ensures work on the farm is done correctly and in a timely fashion. You will assist with research projects when needed. This may include the collection of research data, plot setup, irrigation and maintenance of the research plots. The position will assist farm staff with grounds maintenance and upkeep of the facility to ensure the site is presentable and in good repair for tours and visitors

For more information and to apply, check the Careers page.

Learning Café

Position: Peer tutors and peer writing tutors

Peer Tutors and Peer Writing Tutors assist Lethbridge College students with specialized course content and support with writing assignments.  Both positions must provide a letter of recommendation from an instructor.

Hiring is based on demand.  Peer tutors can fill out an application form on the Learning Café website. Peer Writing Tutors can apply on the Lethbridge College Careers website (typically before the start of the semester).

Lethbridge College Students’ Association (LCSA)

Position: Cave bartender, Cave Security, Campus Recreation score keeper, Campus Recreation referee and Campus Recreation assistant

We are a team of specialists who provide access to front-line services and assistance to students in various areas, perform general office duties, and give invaluable support to the operations and management of the LCSA's services and individual campus councils.

Hiring begins in August for each academic year.

For more information, contact [email protected] or visit the LCSA job page to apply.

Recreation Services

Position: PE Building assistant

Recreation Services is comprised of the Fitness Centre, Val Matteotti Gymnasium, squash and racquetball courts, change rooms and steam rooms. Many events and tournaments take place in this facility that are supported by Recreation Services staff, as well as the facility's day-to-day operations.

Hiring takes place in August with a position start date of late August or early September.

PE Building assistants must have a strong focus on customer service and work as a team to get tasks done, such as checking customers in and out, selling memberships and services, laundry, setting up for events and tournaments, tearing down equipment, monitoring the Fitness Centre, answering questions and more.

To apply, check the Careers page or email a copy of your resume to Ada Larson.

Residence Life

Position: Residence cleaner, Residence assistant, Residence maintenance helper, Residence lead cleaner and Residence activity assistant

Students hired by the Residence Life team help support the well-being of students living on campus and contribute to a positive residence experience.

Hiring takes place throughout the year, depending on the position. Specifically, Residence cleaners are hired in summer and fall/winter for casual positions. Residence assistants are hired in summer and fall/winter.

For more information and to apply check the Careers page for any active postings.



Centre for Applied Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CARIE)

Applied research seeks to solve practical problems and is used to find solutions to everyday problems, cure illnesses and develop innovative technologies. So when you participate in applied research, you're not just gaining new skills – you're actively solving industry challenges.

Your first step to getting involved in applied research is to talk to an instructor with similar interests or who teaches a course you find intriguing. You can also access information and guidance by contacting CARIE directly.



English Language Centre

The English Language Centre (ELC) offers English as a Second Language (ESL) classes to permanent residents, Ukrainian nationals, government-assisted refugees, and international and Canadian students. Our students have a range of English language skills, from beginner to advanced, and they are determined to improve their English language abilities. As a volunteer, you will help assist students with their speaking, reading and writing skills through conversation circles and classroom assistance.

Volunteer opportunities are available all year in the morning and evening.

For more information and to sign-up, contact [email protected].

Simulation Hub

Simulation Hub helps Lethbridge College students take their classroom and lab learning to the next level by allowing them to test their skills and knowledge in an environment simulated to be exactly what they will experience in the workforce. Our volunteer initiative aims to meaningfully engage you in a diverse and community-driven environment where you are supported to thrive authentically, accepted and celebrated for who you are and what you bring to the group, and encouraged to challenge and grow yourself in ways that are significant to you. This initiative is designed to be a student-led, choose your own adventure where you choose activities that best fit your schedule, your interests and your passions. 

Volunteer opportunities are available during the school year. 

For more information and to sign up, visit, MyImpactPage - Lethbridge College (