Brock students are actively engaged in the community and are always looking for new opportunities to work with and support the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. These experiences benefit both students and the businesses and organizations they work with. Students are able to enhance their skills through real-life experiences, while applying their knowledge to benefit the community.
Hire a student
Community partners work with Brock students through placement-based or project-based service learning.
The Co-op Programs Office helps employers hire co-op students, who are available year-round; starting in September, January or May.
The Career Services office helps employers recruit well-rounded students for part-time, full-time, new graduate, volunteer or summer positions.
Goodman Group brings together the expertise and experience of the Goodman School of Business at Brock University. Delivering services and programming for the Brock and Niagara community, Goodman Group provides direct access to a full range of learning and development services offered by the faculty, staff and students.
Mentor a student
Community members and industry professionals provide guidance and share their wisdom and experience with students.
Students volunteering in the community
A group that facilitates the involvement of students in community events and initiatives.
A national, community-based program connecting educators and youth with outstanding volunteers to deliver a wide variety of meaningful science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) activities for children as young as three years old and youth up to Grade 12.
A program that partners volunteer music students with organizations to help those organizations with their musical activities or programs.