Updates on study permits and Provincial Attestation Letters (PALs) for international students

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Work Study

Work Study financially supports part-time and full-time Sheridan student employment positions for eligible domestic and international students.

Students must apply for Work Study each semester and will be considered for one position each semester.

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Thanks to a $250,000 gift from Scotiabank’s ScotiaRISE program, for the next two years Sheridan will be able to fund more Work Study positions for international students, helping them gain Canadian work experience that's essential to help them succeed in Canada.

Part-time employment

As a part-time student employee, you can work up to 24 hours per week.

Full-time employment

As a full-time student employee, you must work more than 24 hours per week.

Information for current students

Current students can view and apply for available Sheridan student employment opportunities through Sheridan Works.

For eligibility criteria, details about how to apply for Work Study, and more, please visit myOTR: Domestic Work Study program or myOTR: International Work Study Program.

Information for employers

Work Study positions should be posted through Sheridan's Career Centre at Sheridan Works.

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