Information Technology Services
Information Technology Services

ITS is now accepting applications for the Summer Student Web Resource Program (SSWRP)

First launched in 2009, The Summer Student Web Resource Program (SSWRP) was designed to assist departments in improving their web-based projects using ITS supported tools and applications. The program has been particularly popular with departments and faculties wishing to build new or update existing websites using WebPublish, Queen's web content management system.

Students at WorkUnder the program, ITS hires and trains students and provides
them with equipment and support. Students use tools and services, like web accessibility auditing software, Queen's Streaming Service, Adobe Photoshop, Queen's Wiki, and the Queen's Image Bank, in addition to learning about Queen's Visual Identity Standards.

QuoteThe program offers students great summer employment allowing them to assist with a range of tasks, including content updates or transitioning to the current version of WebPublish. In past years, students provided valuable
input on improving website accessibility.

Natasha Redknap, SSWRP coordinator


If you're a Queen's student looking for work this summer, you can gain valuable hands-on experience by assisting departments on campus in developing and maintaining their web presences.

From May - August, you'll work closely with clients to update web content or help create entirely new websites in WebPublish.

Last year's students worked with the School of Graduate Studies, the Faculty of Law, RauhLab, Undergraduate Admission, and many others to launch brand new sites.

You should apply if you:

  • are proficient in HTML/CSS;
  • have previous experience with Drupal or another web CMS;
  • possess strong written and oral communication skills;
  • are creative; and
  • enjoy being part of a team.

To apply: Submit a cover letter and résumé outlining your relevant skills to

Deadline for application is no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, March 27.

Job Description

It's going to be a beautiful summer ...why not spend it in our basement!