Queen’s Career Apprenticeship: KINGSTON

Careers start with experience. Experience starts with opportunity. Opportunity starts HERE.

Queen's Arts and Science has partnered with the Kingston Economic Development Corporation to match soon-to-be graduating undergraduate arts and humanities students, such as yourself, with local employers to jump start your career in May. The program consists of a one-year, salary paid, career apprenticeship in beautiful Kingston Ontario, along with mentorship and networking opportunities to ensure your success long-term.
 
Limited to only 35 spots, make sure to stay connected about our info sessions, application deadlines and upcoming events.

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FAQs

Is the program open to distance learning student graduates? Yes, we can facilitate phone appointments (for resume and interview prep), and phone/ skype interviews where appropriate.

Is the program open to students that graduated this Fall and next Spring? For this year, we will we accept student applications from graduating undergraduate Faculty of Arts and Science students during the 2018-19 academic year.

Does this program include all university programs including 'direct entry' or just BA / BSc - for instance could Fine Arts or BMus or KINE do this? The program is focused on students in the arts, humanities, social sciences programs and therefore open to students studying Arts, Fine Arts or BMus. Students from other Faculty of Arts and Science disciplines outside of the primary focus (e.g. School of Computing) are encouraged to also apply but will be selected on a case-by-case basis.

Is there a fee to apply? No.

Where do students apply? Postings and details on applying will be available on the Queen's Career Services website.

How do students find out the participating companies? Through Career Services. Please register to receive up-to-date communications regarding the job postings.

Will this show on their transcripts and/or diploma? No.

If I have completed the QUIP program, may I apply for this program? Yes, this is an additional opportunity after graduation.

Is this an apprenticeship program like a trades apprenticeship? This is a learning opportunity, just as trades apprenticeships are, but this is a unique program designed for new university graduates to accelerate their first year employed post-graduation.

News

Apprenticeship Opportunities for Graduating Students: A Conversation with Lindsey Fair and Tom Hewitt

A CFRC podcast
December 5, 2018

have a listen

Supporting future success

Anne Craig, Communications Officer, Queen's Gazette
Wednesday November 28, 2018

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Apprenticeship program aims to help Queen's arts graduates

Elliot Ferguson, Kingston Whig-Standard
November 27, 2018, 5:58 PM EST

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Ottawa philanthropist expands Queen’s arts apprenticeship program

Mike Postovit, Global News
November 16, 2018

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Apprenticeship program seeks businesses

Steph Crosier , Kingston Whig-Standard
Sunday, February 11, 2018 7:48:23 EST PM

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Career Services Job Search Workshops

Career Services offers workshops on Ramp up Your Resume, Conquer the Cover Letter, Winning Interviews, and more. The most current workshop schedule and signup is in MyCareer (check the calendar under the Events/Workshops tab). You can get 1-1 coaching at Drop In Career Advising (M-TH, 1:30-3:30 at Career Services) or by booking an appointment through MyCareer.