Videos

Aboriginal Student Recruitment in the Federal Public Service

 

The Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP) allows hundreds of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students obtain employment related to their field of education within the federal public service across Canada.

Five Aboriginal students working in different departments and agencies share their positive experience in the federal public service. Video

Waseskon Awashish, student at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

 

Waseskon Awashish is Attikamekw and Innu. She is studying communications at Université Laval and she is working at the Department of Indigenous and Northern Affairs. She shares her positive experience working in the federal public service in a position acquired through the Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP). Video

Patrick Gagné, student at Natural Resources Canada

 

Patrick Gagné is innu. He is studying bioinformatics at Université Laval, and he is working at the Department of Natural Resources Canada. He shares his positive experience with the federal public service, in a position he obtained through the Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP). Video

Rylee Currie, student at Parks Canada

 

Rylee Currie is Mi'kmaq. She is studying public relations at the University of Ottawa and she has a job at Parks Canada. She shares her positive experience working in the federal public service, in a position acquired through the Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP). Video

Alexandra Mansour, student at Service Canada

 

Alexandra Mansour is Innu. She is studying social work at the University of Chicoutimi and she has job with Service Canada. She shares her positive experience working in the federal public service, in a position acquired through the Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP). Video

 

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