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Students - Summer Employment

Thank you for your interest in working for the Toronto District School Board. Each year we recruit for a variety of student summer employment opportunities available between the months of May and September. Please note that some positions require specific qualifications which will be identified on the job posting. All submissions will be acknowledged.


Applicants must meet all eligibility criteria to be considered for summer employment.

1. Student Status

You must be currently enrolled in a secondary or post-secondary educational institution and returning to full-time studies in the fall. Proof of September enrollment in an educational institution may be requested.

2. Age

You must be a minimum of 16 years of age prior to start of employment.  Some positions may require students to be a minimum of 18 years of age. Please refer to individual job postings regarding specific age requirements.

3. Conditions of Employment

You must be legally entitled to work in Canada and have a valid Social Insurance Number (SIN). Applicants who are 18 years of age or older will be required to provide a satisfactory Police Record Check prior to the start of employment.

The Toronto District School Board adheres to equitable hiring, employment and promotion practices.

We strive to meet the accommodation needs of persons with disabilities. Applicants are encouraged to make their needs for accommodation known in advance during the application process.


We would like to thank all applicants however, due to the volume of applications received; only those selected for interview will be contacted. Applicants are encouraged to provide a valid e-mail address for communication purposes. Please ensure that you check your email regularly, including junk/spam folders, for correspondence from the TDSB.

Job Posting

Students Summer Employment

There are no positions available at this time.

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