The Humber Arboretum hires Humber College and University of Guelph-Humber students for a variety of challenging, hands-on Work Study positions throughout the year. No matter your program of study, you can apply for an engaging and fulfilling role at the Arb.
Recurring positions offer work in:
Along with paid employment experience, working at the Arb also offers students the opportunity to learn about nature and add to their Co-Curricular Record.
The following positions are Work Study Only. Current and prospective Humber College and Guelph-Humber students can visit Humber Career Services to learn about eligibility for Work Study positions, apply for Work Study approval, and use CareerConnect to search for other currently available opportunities across campus.
Did you know that Humber Career Services offers students help with resume and cover letter writing? Visit their website to read online resources, get personalized feedback on your resume, take part in workshops, and more.
All regular full- and part-time staff of the Humber Arboretum are employed through Humber College. Visit the Humber College Careers Portal at any time to search for the most up-to-date information on available positions and to apply.
Another way for students to get involved at the Arboretum is to apply to take part in a Learning by Leading™ opportunity. Developed by the University of California at Davis Arboretum and Public Garden, the Learning by Leading™ Program is based on the idea that students learn best by taking leadership in helping to solve real-world problems. Learning by Leading™ at the Humber Arboretum provides a growing number of experiential and service learning opportunities for Humber College and University of Guelph-Humber students that will develop some of the same skills as working at the Arb, and is a great way to explore your related interests in a fun and supportive environment.
Any students can take part in the one-semester LxL introduction. Those who complete the first level will have the opportunity to get involved with community outreach, creative communication, or hands-on stewardship.
Please visit the Learning by Leading™ page for more details.