If you are looking to advertise a job opportunity, please email job opportunity (which includes duties, how to apply and deadline to apply) to email@example.com. Please note our job posting site on our website is not working. Jobs will be distributed to students through an internal email listserv and on our job board.
Information for Students
The Student Career Services doesn't endorse unpaid internships with "for-profit" organizations.
The StFX Student Career Services carefully screens every job posting to ensure legitimacy. Occasionally employment scams occur. Students should be vigilant and are urged to help identify scams. If you receive a suspicious email from an employer (even if they say it is from your University Career Services office), please do not respond to the email and contact our office immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are some good indicators that the job is more than likely a scam:
You are asked to give your credit card or bank account numbers or copies of personal documents, but you get nothing in writing.
You are asked to send a payment by wire service or courier.
You are offered a large payment or reward in exchange for the use of your bank account, often for depositing checks or transferring money.
You receive an unexpectedly large cheque. This is the biggest and most costly scam. If you receive a cheque in the postal mail from an employer, DO NOT cash it or pursue the offer. Please turn everything into the Antigonish RCMP office. The cheque may look real but it is not. If you have any questions or doubts regarding a job posting, please do not hesitate to contact