Montreal is the number one student city in North America. The city nightlife, festivals, and low cost-of-living supplement the world-class institutions of learning that call Montreal home.\nBut still it can be difficult for students to find relevent work experience. Competition for postions between the tens of thousands of students is intense. Often, it can be difficult to know where to look.\nALSO READ: 9 Most Expensive Montreal Condos For Sale Right Now\nHere is a list of 20 job postings for students. These institutions are hiring right now! There's something for everyone.\n1. Rideau Canal Lock Operations\nOk, this first one is in Ottawa. But its proximity makes it the ideal summer job. The posting comes from Parks Canada. So yes, you get to work outdoors!\nApply Here!\n2. Facebook Intern (AI)\nMontreal has become an international hub of artificial intelligence development. Facebook's AI research center is located right in downtown Montreal. The social media giant is looking for an intern to work onthe cutting-edge of the technology that will change the world.\nApply Here!\n3. Client Services at La Ronde\nA classic summer job. Spend your day at the famous amusement park.\nApply Here!\n4. Federal Work Experience Program\nThe federal government of Canada also has a program for university students to find work experience. This nifty website has all the information you need to apply:\nCheck your eligibility here!\n5. Research Affiliate Program\nThe federal government has a separate resource for student research positions.\nApply Here!\n6. Camp Counselor\nAnother classic summer job.\nApply Here!\n7. Public Affairs Coordinator\nThe South-West borough is looking for a student to execute a number of interesting tasks including communications, office management, and constituent service. Go to this site and select "emploi étudiant" to view the posting:\nApply Here!\n8. Financial Services at Desjardins\nDesjardins is hiring a student who plans to pursue a carrer in financial service.\nApply Here!\n9. Technical Services Clerk CUSM\nThis student job is a great way to enter the field of clinical research.\nApply Here!\n10. Barista at St-Barthes\nThe gorgeous café on Ave. du Parc is popular among writers and McGill students. They always hire students to serve customers.\nApply Here!\n11. Undergraduate Program Assistant (Concordia)\nIn this position, you'll help advise undergraduate students on their program tracks.\nApply Here!\n12. Letter Carrier for Canada Post\nI want this job. This opening for an on-call letter delivery agent is ideal for the urbanite who likes to walk. You only have to speak English OR French. And you get to wear the cute uniform and pet cats.\nApply Here!\n13. Québec Civil Service\nThe government of Québec is always hiring. You are guaranteed to find an interesting position in the huge range of services the province offers. Many positings are student-specific.\nCheck your eligibility here!\n14. Outdoor Education Storekeeper Vanier College\nThe Outdoor Education Storekeeper manages equipment and repairs. Outdoor education equipment is always the most fun.\nApply Here!\n15. Donor Recruiter Canadian Red Cross\nA job with an important purpose! You'll help save lives.\nApply Here!\n16. Aviation Security Intern at IATA\nThis is another super cool position. The International Air Transport Association is looking for a student interested in the aviation industry and security.\nApply Here!\n17. Administrative Assistant Intern at Boeing\nIf you're interested in the other side of the aviation industry, this job is for you.\nApply Here!\n18. Buying Intern at Little Burgundy\nThis job is good experience for a student of marketing.\nApply Here!\n19. Customer Experience Leader at Indigo\nFor the book and home goods lover like me.\nApply Here!\n20. Uber Driver\nIf you have a car, you can sign up to be an Uber driver! Work on your own time and without a boss.\nApply Here!