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Canada’s Top Employers for Young People (2017)

By May 4, 2017Job Seeker
Canada’s Top Employers for Young People (2017)

As the unofficial new grad job-hunt month continues, read about the initiatives of Career Edge’s host employers appearing on Canada’s Top Employers for Young People (2017) below.

If you’re a new graduate who is interested in starting your career with one of these leading employers, register today to check out Career Edge’s exciting opportunities. Career Edge recently placed an intern who was less than three months out of school at RBC as a Junior Business Analyst.

Accenture developed a mobile application for interviews. The app includes scheduling notifications, the position summary, the recruiter, and interviewing advice.

CIBC manages a variety of rotational programs for students and paid internship programs in different fields.

Hydro One provides a two-year new grad program and created outreach initiatives to generate awareness of engineering as a career.

Manulife offers paid internships in finance, accounting, human resources, marketing, and other fields. They allow organized events with the executive team and job-shadowing.

Ontario Public Service manages paid internships, and provides mentorship programs and networking opportunities.

RBC offers paid internships and rotational programs across various divisions. They provide one-on-one mentorship, community engagement experiences, and professional networking opportunities to build connections.

Rogers provides paid internships and rotational programs in different business units.

TD offers paid internships providing mentorship and networking opportunities, and annual gatherings.

Regional Municipality of York provides rotational programs and paid internships in finance, IT, and other fields. They offer incremental pay raises as skills, knowledge, and experience grow.

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