Students and Alumni
RRC’s Student Employment Services offers a wide range of programs and services for students and recent graduates free of charge!
Contact Student Employment Services for assistance with accessing labour market information, formulating job search strategies, developing cover letters and resumes, filling out employment application forms, preparing for interviews, and any other employment-related matters.
Employment Advisors are available to meet with students and alumni in person, by phone, email and video conferencing.
Online Employment Resources
See our employment resources to learn more about:
- Career Planning
Exploring career prospects through the National Occupational Classification codes, informational meetings, and networking opportunities, as well as resources for self-employment
- Skills Enhancement
Options for developing employability skills through internships, mentorships, and volunteerism
- Job Search Preparation
Job search tools including cover letters, resumes and interview skills, and community agencies offering employment supports
- Job Search
Employment opportunities for full-time, part-time, contract, or seasonal positions for students, recent graduates and professionals
- Job Maintenance
Rights and responsibilities of employers and employees in the workplace
Employment opportunities directed exclusively at Red River College students and alumni are posted on Job Central. Using Job Central is absolutely FREE!
Sign-up for Employer On-Campus, Off-Campus and Virtual events to network with employers and learn about specific industries.
Attend lunch and learns, hallway booths, and ShopTalk/TechTalk events that happen throughout the academic year to connect with industry.
Access our services early and take full advantage of the supports available to make a successful transition from College to Career!
International and Immigrant Students
Looking for work in Canada may be different from what you have experienced in the past. To prepare for employment in the Canadian workplace, take advantage of these additional resources that will help make your job search in Canada a success.
- How to Prepare for Employment in the Canadian Workplace tip sheet
- Manitoba Career Development – Newcomer
Did you know you can access career supports from RRC Student Employment Services after graduation?
As a recent RRC graduate, you can still access many of the career development supports and resources you had as a student. Take advantage of opportunities to speak with an Employment Advisor, meet with employers and attend various workshops and events throughout the year. We can help with:
- Creating a job search strategy
- Developing self-marketing tools (cover letter, resume, LinkedIn profile)
- Improving interview skills
- Accessing on-line employment resources including Job Central, the student and alumni job board
- Learn about upcoming career fairs and employment workshops