Finding good work experience may be more difficult this year than ever before for students in Quebec. But thanks to the complicated and deeply flawed concept of statehood as we know it today, at least one sector is as reliable as ever: border security. The Canada Border Services Agency has summer jobs available for students through the Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP).\nApplications are now open for summer 2021.\nEditor's Choice: This Quebecer's Soul Almost Left His Body Watching A Seattle Chef Make Poutine (VIDEO)\nStudent border services officers (SBSOs) work "to determine the admissibility of people and goods" at airports and mail processing centres across Canada.\nIn Quebec, SBSOs can be found in Dorval, Montreal, and Quebec City.\nTo be eligible, students must be enrolled full-time at a cégep, college or university, "be returning to full-time studies in the next academic term" and "meet the minimum age requirement to work in the province or territory where the job is located."\nThe CBSA also says "preference may be given to students studying in a field related to the job, such as: criminology, law, safety/security studies, psychology, sociology, customs border services or police studies."\nThe pay is pretty generous, ranging from $15.40 to $33.58 per hour, depending on the students' level of study.\nCollege and cégep students are at the bottom of the pay ladder.\nPosted by Canada Border Services Agency on Thursday, May 9, 2019\nBut undergrad and master's students get starting wages of $16.49/hour and $22.04/ hour, respectively.\nThe highest wages, $33.58/hour, are reserved for doctorate students.\nApplicants will undergo a rigorous vetting process, including security and medical clearance. Accepted applicants will then undergo "physically demanding" training.\nHowever, SBSOs are not given firearms.\nPosted by Canada Border Services Agency on Monday, November 25, 2019\nThe work is demanding, as well, sometimes involving weekend and holiday shifts. Students are also responsible for keeping their uniforms tidy.\nThe term of employment is May to September 2021 with a possibility of further work into the winter.\nThe Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) announced today that it has laid seven charges against Carlito (Carl) Benito...Posted by Canada Border Services Agency on Tuesday, September 3, 2019\nInterested students can apply on the website of the Government of Canada.