Join Our Team
Apply today for an appointed position!
Full & Part Time Employment Opportunities
We are the largest employer of students on campus and we look to add to our team regularly. Check back often to see what new positions are available.
- Please note as a student-run and student-focused organization, our mandate is to fill all part-time positions with current full-time students. We do welcome applications from recent graduates of Centennial College and the general public, but will only consider these applications once the pool of qualified student candidates is exhausted.
Volunteer with us!
While we may not always have jobs available, we do offer volunteer opportunities all year round. These positions are a great way to get involved on campus. We can work with you to customize a volunteer experience to help you get the learning opportunities that you are looking for. All of our volunteers receive official recognition, rewards, priority access to events and advance notice of upcoming job postings.
Community Volunteer Income Tax Program Volunteers
Be a part of the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) run with CRA. Get some experience filing taxes and help out your fellow students! CVITPs run until the end of April.
Volunteers must have their own PC, a zoom account and are required to be available at varying times throughout the week and possibly weekends. Coordination of appointment will be done in part by CCSAI. Volunteers should expect to be available for several hours at a time.
Clinics will be held over zoom so you can help people without even leaving your home. To apply visit canada.ca/taxes-volunteer to register as a CVITP volunteer and get your Efile number and then reach out to [email protected]
In partnership with the Centennial College Student Life, Engagement and Development (CCSLD) we are committed to promoting student success through co-curricular programs, partnerships and opportunities. The eMentorship Program is a platform that will allow current students (eMentors) to connect with incoming students (eProteges) and help them with their transition into the post-secondary school environment.