young woman smiles while working on computerUWindsor student Jasmine Knight participates in the Ignite Work Study Program.

Summer job postings open for Ignite work-study program

Job postings for the summer 2023 Ignite Work Study Program are live on mySuccess, the Office of Career Development and Experiential Learning has announced.

“The Ignite program is a great opportunity for students looking to secure paid work experience while further developing their employment skills,” says Ronak Doowd, program co-ordinator for career development and experiential learning. “Students are encouraged to review all of the available jobs on campus and apply for the summer semester if they meet criteria.”

To be eligible for the Ignite program, students must:

  • Be in good academic standing (cumulative average of 60 per cent or higher and not be on academic probation);
  • Have a valid social insurance number and be eligible to work on campus;
  • Not be on a co-op work term in the semester they are employed in an Ignite position;
  • Be registered in at least one intersession or summer course or have been registered in at least one course in winter 2023 and be returning to study full-time in the fall.

Direct questions relating to the Ignite program to Doowd at