Covid-19 has changed the way we do things, but one thing that has remained the same is our commitment to ensuring our students have opportunities to gain real work experience before they graduate. We continue to encourage our partners and employers around the Greater Toronto Area to work with students, whether it be virtual or following the proper protocols to be in person.

What are the benefits of hosting a student?

  • Students are enthusiastic and ready to learn.
  • Students are often available year-round and can help fill seasonal, peak or temporary staffing needs.
  • You’ll gain a fresh perspective and ideas from students.
  • You’ll get a first-hand look at potential future employees who have already trained in your business.

Does this sound like something you’re interested in? Please fill out our form to get in touch!

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Centre for Business

Co-op Education is a key component of many of the programs at George Brown College. It provides our students with important opportunities to:

  • adapt their skills and experience to a workplace setting
  • develop their understanding of different career choices
  • gain valuable work experience
  • establish contacts and build a network

Employers also benefit from having the students as eager and energetic contributors to their team. Students bring enthusiasm to the workplace as well as a fresh perspective that can produce unexpected and long-lasting benefits for your organization.

Find out more about work experience at the Centre for Business.

Centre for Construction & Engineering Technologies

From Construction Science and Management to Tool & Die Making to Computer Systems Technology to Architectural Technology, the students in the Centre for Construction & Engineering Technologies (CCET) have the skills to enhance the future of your organization.

The Industry Liaison Office provides many services for employers which enable you to hire students or recent graduates for full-time, part-time, co-op, work placement, summer, internship or volunteer positions. We also can assist you with on-campus recruiting or with conducting an on-campus information session for our students.

If you're interested in hiring students for co-op or work placements, please visit the Industry Liaison Office for more information.

We're the largest and most diversified hospitality, tourism, and culinary school in Canada and we've developed a reputation as one of the best resources for highly skilled graduates.

George Brown College was ranked among the 10 best cooking schools in North America. The survey conducted for cookingschoolscompared.com was based on ratings from 150 food editors, culinary writers and restaurateurs.

To prepare students for tomorrow's workplace, we offer exciting externships within the industry. Students enrolled in diploma programs spend seven weeks in their final year working in the hospitality and tourism and culinary industries. Externships give students that hands-on experience and knowledge of what to look forward to once they've graduated! Employers benefit by shaping their employees of the future.

If you're interested in hiring a Chef School or Hospitality student, please visit Rex - Office of Recruitment, Externship and Career Support for the Centre for Hospitality & Culinary Arts at George Brown College page for more information
or contact:

Daniel Vasquez Coordinator, CHCA Externships
Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts
416-415-5000 Ext.: 2791

Fashion

Graduates of our fashion programs demonstrate expert skills in industry positions. Our business-related programs make them ready for the real world of fashion marketing, merchandising, retail, manufacturing and management.

If you're interested in hiring a Fashion Studies student contact:

Michelle Walc  416-415-5000 ext.: 6469
mwalc@georgebrown.ca

Community Services & Health Sciences

Become a Field Placement Partner for Community Services and Health Sciences

Field placements are a critical part of our students’ education because they provide an opportunity to put classroom theory into practice. Made possible through our many valued partners, our students are placed in clinics, social service organizations and other workplaces where they engage with families and children from within our communities. It’s here where they gain invaluable experience that gives them the confidence they need to get started in their new career of choice. It also allows employers the opportunity to see first-hand just how well trained, professional and workplace-ready our students truly are.

For more information on our field placement program or to get involved, please contact:

Lori Cranson, M.Ed. OCT
Associate Dean
Community Services & Health Sciences
St. James Campus
416-415-5000 Ext. 2434
Fax: 416-415-2746
lcranson@georgebrown.ca