Relations étudiants-partenaires au succès is designed to give Glendon students an opportunity to make meaningful connections with employers, partners and alumni around building awareness of and developing transferable skills. These events are a component of the Glendon Campus Career and Skills Development Centre’s broader efforts towards supporting student success.

Service Canada - June 27, 2019

Service Canada is coming to Glendon to recruit! Join us!

Date: June 27, 2019

Time: 1 PM – 2 PM

Location: York Hall A301

More details to follow. 

Register for REPAS


To complete the form, please upload a PDF copy of your current general resumé and cover letter. 


  • Adding references to your form is optional.
  • Your resumé and cover letter will be shared with the employer on behalf of the CSDC if you so choose (you may select this option at the end of the form — it is highly recommended). 

Glendon Career and Skills Development Centre Hosts its Inaugural REPAS Employer Info Session

A talented group of 30 Glendon students and recent graduates greeted representatives from Service Canada on June 28, 2018 for the Glendon Career and Skills Development Centre’s (CSDC) premier REPAS employer-partner information session.


REPAS (Relations étudiants-partenaires au succès) is designed to provide Glendon students and recent graduates with opportunities to make meaningful connections with employers, partners and alumni to articulate and put the skills they’ve acquired at Glendon into practice. These CSDC events directly support student success through skills development, career exploration and experiential education programming and services. A typical REPAS session includes an employer presentation, followed by refreshments and networking opportunities. Thanks to employer-partners such as Service Canada, our talented, bilingual students gain access to meaningful placement, job, and career opportunities before and after graduation.


At the inaugural REPAS session the CSDC, as well as the Glendon Campus, were especially eager to welcome back alumna Rochelle Bondy as a Service Canada representative. The Service Canada team gave an inspiring presentation to the REPAS attendees, sharing details of hiring qualifications and career opportunities. “We had an interview with a Glendon student for our part time student jobs”, Bondy shared after the event, “it was very positive and I am hoping this is just the start to getting the word out!”


An ever-growing organization, Service Canada has partnered with over 14 different government agencies, providing more than 50 government programs and services, as well as expanding to over 600 in-person offices and 200 mobile outreach service units.


The CSDC would like to thank Service Canada for their commitment to our bilingual students and new graduates, and for visiting the Glendon Campus. If any alumni wish to hold a similar REPAS session with their professional organization, we encourage you to contact the Glendon Career and Skills Development Centre.