Why not get involved with the Faculty of Engineering during your studies by pursuing one of the job opportunities below.

Work at the faculty

We hire many students in positions ranging from camp instructor to mentor.

Engineering Outreach

Our Engineering Outreach programs target youth, teachers, parents, and professionals. These programs are constantly looking to hire students to help with fun summer camps, workshops, events, clubs, private high school courses, and much more. Every year, our outreach team inspires over 45,000 youth to take up science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). We also have specific programs aimed at girls in STEM, at-risk kids, Indigenous communities, and newcomers to Canada.

Why should you work for uOttawa Engineering Outreach?

  • Join a small, fast-growing team for open-minded and enthusiastic young adults.
  • Make a difference and help design our workshops! Our group is always open to new ideas to enhance the engineering, technology, and science experience for kids and teens.
  • Learn how to incorporate technology into education!
  • Acquire new skills by designing MakerSpace and STEAM activities.
  • Connect with teachers, professors, and staff at the University of Ottawa.
  • Work in an environment that facilitates a healthy work-life balance and that fosters diversity, inclusion, respect, and appreciation.

Volunteer with the faculty

We are looking for dynamic volunteers to help with various events throughout the academic year. As a volunteer, you gain volunteer hours to add to your co-curricular record, create connections with Faculty members and fellow students, and share your love for engineering and computer science with our event attendees.

    Become a volunteer
    Two volunteers during the Engineering and Computer Science Graduate Poster Competition
    Two volunteers welcome guests at the entrance of the Engineering and Computer Science Graduate Poster Competition.

    There are multiple events throughout the year, including:

    • Open House
    • Design Day
    • Ceremonies of Excellence
    • Engineering and Computer Science Graduate Poster Competition
    • and many more!