Gain experience and plan your career

Experiential learning brings academic studies to life.

Make the most of your time at Mount Allison and get a head start on your career. You can develop skills that you can apply to the workforce, make important networking connections, and figure out just what the future may hold for you.

Student jobs

The Mount Allison student job bank includes a list of both on-campus and off-campus jobs.


Join businesses and organizations locally and internationally for paid internships.


The VentureSpace thinking incubator helps build the foundation for a viable venture, including funding.

International experiences

International experiences include study abroad and exchanges, research, internships, conferences, and volunteering.

Student research

Work with world-class professors on research as early as second year, including employment as summer research assistants.

Looking for leadership and volunteering opportunities? 

Create your own experience

Students can apply for funding to design an experience during the summer with a host organization of their choice. Students can work as volunteers, interns, or research assistants.

Earn EXPL Credit

Create your own independent study course that combines your dream job, volunteer experience, or other activity that you engage in outside the classroom with your academics.

Plan your career

A degree from Mount A opens up many doors, but choosing a career path is not a simple decision.

We provide group programs, individual career advising, and resources to help you find your way from your academic studies to a rewarding future. Visit career planning and resources.

Experiential learning news

Meet Health and Wellness Intern Oliver Batchilder
PPE student reflects on his experience in unique internship supporting fellow students. 
Dr. Andrea Morash honoured with 2024 Tucker Teaching Award 
Expert in comparative and environmental physiology recognized for excellence in teaching  
Drama and Screen Studies program premieres debut film
Mount Allison students explore filmmaking with a reimagined classic