These are the 20 best student jobs in Montreal.\nAs students return to Montreal for the fall semester, and others arrive for the very first time, many will be looking for employment to sustain them.\nThis list represents a great variety of services and sectors. \nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nIn just a few weeks, students are heading back to school, or about to start university for the first time. There's a lot of things to figure out like how to find your classes, where to eat, and the all-important question, what are the best and cheapest bars for students?\nAnd for most of those things, it will take money. Even if you've saved up for the year, there always seem to be extra expenses that take you by surprise.\nLuckily Montreal is one of the best cities for students (ranked number one in North America) and it's also a city with a booming economy and not enough people to fill some of those jobs.\nWhile jobs aren't hard to find, good student jobs can be a little difficult. As a student, you need a job that can be flexible with class schedules and study time, and even better if it's fun and looks good on your résumé.\nWhether you need a job pay your way through school or are looking for an internship for experience and to help get your foot in the workplace door, here are the 20 best jobs currently available in Montreal.\nNote that job postings are subject to change at any time.\nDust of your résumé.\nMarketing Coordinator at Hello Fresh\nThe food box company is looking for an energetic student to be to manage their local marketing. This is a great beginner position that offers a flexible, work from home opportunity.\nView this post on Instagram Get this #GreatToGrill Pork and Apple Burger is the perfect combination of sweet and savoury. 🍏 Get it in your box next week. Deadline to order is 11:59PM EST. #HelloFreshLife. A post shared by HelloFresh Canada (@hellofreshca) on Aug 14, 2019 at 2:07pm PDT\nApply here!\nSocial Media & Community Manager Intern at Techno Bloc\nWhy? Because it's a paid internship! The contract lasts four months but is the perfect marriage of getting internship hours while getting paid. And you get to put to use your hours on Instagram and check out pics like below.\nView this post on Instagram Sweet #backyard setup using #Blu60 smooth in #GreyedNickel with #RaffinatoStep #RaffinatoWall & #RaffinatoCap @techotaphouse A post shared by Techo-Bloc (@techobloc) on Jul 18, 2019 at 10:06am PDT\nApply here!\nDog Walking with Les Anges Gardiennes\nCan you really even call it work if you're dealing with dogs? This is the perfect job for students as you can have a flexible schedule, plus you get to walk around the city.\nView this post on Instagram We also offer personalized walks in our arms for those Princess types of dogs like Aimee 👑 #beaprincess #treatedgood #vip #service #bestdogwalkers #lesangesmtl #Montréal #montreal #dogs #dog #doğumgünü #dogsofinstgram #doggy #doggystlye #richdogsofinstagram #princess #lovetowalk #beheld #bestdogwalker #lesangesgardiennes #guardianangels #petcare #petservice #angelpower #bethebest #treatedlikeaprincess A post shared by Les Anges Gardiennes Pet Care (@lesangesmtl) on Aug 10, 2017 at 3:18pm PDT\nApply here!\nResearch Intern at Google\nEvery year Google looks for students studying for a degree to help with their cutting edge research to develop solutions for real-world, large-scale problems.\nView this post on Instagram Alright, this list is a long one so get ready. Calling all: Electrical engineers Mechanical engineers UX designers Manufacturing engineers Software engineers Silicon engineers Hardware test engineers Supply chain operations managers Our Consumer Hardware team is growing! Googlers on the Hardware team research, design, and develop new technologies and hardware to make users’ interaction with computing faster, more powerful, and seamless. It’s pretty cool. Head to the link in our bio to explore open hardware roles across the 🗺️ and help us #buildforeveryone. A post shared by Life at Google (@lifeatgoogle) on Aug 6, 2019 at 8:17am PDT\nApply here!\nEvent Waiter at G&R à Votre Service\nThis is a great side gig to get a glimpse into how the other half lives before you go back to your dorm and Ichiban. This staffing agency is always looking for young and dynamic student waiters.\nView this post on Instagram Our beautiful staff for private house function. #staffing #mtl #privatehouse #catering A post shared by G&R a Votre Service (@gravotreservice) on Jun 5, 2015 at 6:06am PDT\nApply here!\nTutors for Elementary Subjects at Liberty Tutoring\nIf you like kids, at home tutoring could be right for you. This company is currently looking for University students to tutor kids in different subjects.\nWe are all teachers - showing interest in your child's education can spark their enthusiasm to learn.Posted by Liberty Tutoring on Saturday, February 10, 2018\nApply here!\nREAD MORE: Concordia Is Giving Away Thousands Of Free Books For One Day Only This September\nSpeech Science Intern at Nuance\nIf you happen to be studying computer science or know how to program, Nuance is looking for interns to help with their latest conversational AI algorithms.\nNuance interns rocked National Intern Day yesterday! #LifeatNuance #NationalInternDay #WayUp pic.twitter.com/Mz4rUbRkbN— Nuance (@NuanceInc) July 26, 2019\nApply here!\nSchool Bus Driver at First Student Canada-Transco\nYou have to be 21 in Quebec to hold a school bus driver’s license but if you meet that requirement, training is free and they are currently looking for part-time drivers to fill positions.\nView this post on Instagram Talk about a treat! Taking a break from smashing and crashing at Thunder Hollow in the movie Cars 3, Miss Fritter joined our team in Quebec last month. Together they passed out candy to 2,000 students! #FirstStudent #schoolbus #cars3 #halloween A post shared by First Student (@firststudentinc) on Nov 14, 2018 at 6:53am PST\nApply here!\nDesk Assistant at Canadian Campus Communities\nWork at the front desk of one of many Montreal dorms on the weekends. Help and meet other students and keep up with any complaints or issues with the building.\nView this post on Instagram Are you attending a Montreal college or university in the fall and looking to secure housing? At #Campus1MTL we offer all-inclusive living, and are here to make this city YOUR #home! To secure your space TODAY, simply visit our website and a dedicated member of our Leasing Team will introduce you to this premier, destination residence. You can also visit us at 420 Sherboorke St. W. for your personalized tour or call us at (514) 273-7627! Learn what it means when we say, 'Move up to the Campus1 MTL lifestyle'! . . . . #StudentResidence #PremierResidence #DontMissOut #Welcome #ApplyToday #McGill #Concordia #UQAM #Fall2019 #Summer2019 #StudentHousing #DowntownMontreal #Montreal #StudentHousing A post shared by Campus1 MTL Student Residence (@campus1mtl) on May 16, 2019 at 8:46am PDT\nApply here!\nArtificial Intelligence Research Intern at Facebook\nAdvance the science and technology of intelligent machines by performing AI research.\nView this post on Instagram First day complete! I think I could get used to this!👍🏾 • • • • • #black #nature #blackgirl #blackgirlmagic #melanin #melaninpopin #selfie #potd #photooftheday #positivity #instagood #picoftheday #summer #girl #smile #happy #intern #internship #facebook #facebookintern #facebookinternship #fb #fbintern #fbintern2019 #facebook2019 #intern2019 A post shared by laylah 🌻 (@simplylaylah) on May 28, 2019 at 7:07pm PDT\nApply here!\nFederal Student Work Experience Program\nThe government of Canada is always looking for students to fill roles in a wide variety of fields. Just enter your information to see what jobs could potentially be yours.\nView this post on Instagram "The work completed this summer was a dream. Early morning rides across beautiful Lake Superior has no comparison. I worked with the science side of Fisheries and Oceans and was able to assist them in their work with Lake Sturgeon. Catching, processing and releasing these beautiful animals was truly amazing. Thanks to the Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP) I was able to work with fantastic people on fantastic projects! Thank you!" - Diane, FSWEP student, Fisheries and Oceans Canada • FSWEP isn't just for amazing summer jobs! Work opportunities are filled on an ongoing basis from the FSWEP student inventory. To apply, visit the link in our bio. • #gcjobs #fswep #myfswep #summerjob #cooljob #studentjob #career #lakesuperior #sturgeon #lakesturgeon #freshwater #Ontario #DiscoveeON #speciesatrisk #freshwaterfish #endangered #habitatprotection #stewardship A post shared by GC Jobs (@jobs_gc) on Aug 31, 2018 at 10:16am PDT\nApply here!\nTasker On TaskRabbit\nEarn money by helping people with everyday chores like cleaning and putting together IKEA furniture. Everything is built into the app and you can choose tasks as they appear. You won't make a killing but you'll get some extra beer money.\nView this post on Instagram “I love that my kids get to see that women can do all sorts of jobs, including tasks that a lot of people consider ‘men’s work.’” — Kathryn K.: #Miami Tasker, mom of four, handywoman, and IKEA furniture assembly whiz. See Kathryn’s story at the profile link. A post shared by TaskRabbit (@taskrabbit) on Jul 24, 2018 at 9:42am PDT\nApply here!\nIntern at International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)\nICAO is the only UN agency headquartered in Canada. It's an exciting place to work with countries around the world represented in one place. They are currently looking for interns across the board. Get a taste of diplomatic life.\nView this post on Instagram Attending one of our events soon? Make sure to download our ICAO Events app to access immediate updates on schedules, announcements, sponsors, and exhibitors information. Download on the Apple App Store and Google Play! ------------ #ICAO #civilaviation #aviation #FreeApp #AppStore #GooglePlay A post shared by ICAO (@icao) on Jul 31, 2019 at 9:35am PDT\nApply here!\nTelephone Fundraiser at Fundraising Direct\nIt's part-time, flexible and for a good cause; if you don't hate talking on the phone (texting doesn't work). There is also a competitive monthly bonus incentive.\nPhoto by Berkeley Communications on Unsplash\nApply here!\nYouth Program Animateur for Dynamix/Explojeux\nYou have to be positive and high energy to work with kids. But if you are then you get to play games all day! This employer will also work around class schedules.\nTarget practice!! This is how you take a birthday party to the next levelPosted by Explojeux / Everblast Play Company Montreal on Tuesday, November 3, 2015\nApply here!\nTechnical Marketing & Writing Internship for GAO Tek Inc\nTechnical writing can be a very competitive though lucrative field if you can find your way into the right company. GAO Tek will teach you the basics and give you work experience that will look good on any résumé.\nPhoto by Startup Stock Photos from Pexels\nApply here!\nWarehouse Worker\nFuze HR is looking for students who are free to work different shifts in shipping/receiving and to fill production lines. It might not be the most mentally exciting job but you're probably tired of studying anyway.\nView this post on Instagram Warehousing and cross-docking #montreal #warehousemontreal #transportcanada #transport #transportlogistics #transportcompany #transportmoto #canadatransport #canadamoving #movingmontreal A post shared by Transport BET (@bet_transport) on Aug 1, 2019 at 9:42am PDT\nApply here!\nClient Operations at Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)\nThis government agency is looking for a student for a one-month contract to handle things like reports and client emails.\nView this post on Instagram “Art is a foundational pillar of a community. And artists have a right to live and work in the neighbourhoods they help to define. Part of our vision has been to provide artists with not only space to work, but also to live and expand their community. Our hope is that the Arts District will provide a model for us to replicate in other creative neighbourhoods.” – Eric Plamondon, executive director of Artspace, a non-profit organization founded in the 1980s that serves more than 45 arts groups across Manitoba. . . « Les arts sont un pilier fondamental d’une communauté. Et les artistes ont le droit de vivre et de travailler dans les quartiers qu’ils aident à définir. Notre vision consistait notamment à fournir aux artistes un espace de travail, mais aussi de vie et d’expansion de leur communauté. Nous espérons que le projet Arts District sera un modèle qui pourra être reproduit dans d’autres quartiers créatifs. » Eric est directeur général de Artspace, un organisme sans but lucratif fondé dans les années 1980 qui dessert plus de 45 groupes artistiques du Manitoba. Avec son équipe, Éric a obtenu de nouveaux logements abordables pour des artistes dans un ensemble à proximité. . 🏡🏗👨🏻🎨👩🏽🎨 #nationalhousingstrategy #strategienationalelogement #winnipeg #artists #community #communityfirst #communityart A post shared by CMHC | SCHL (@cmhc_schl) on Jul 12, 2019 at 11:02am PDT\nApply here!\nParking Data Collector at Parkopedia\nThis sounds like an awesome job, get paid to walk around the city and grab photos and information about parking lots.\nSomeone clearly didn't use our app! Happy New Year from all of us at Parkopedia. Thanks for all your support and look forward to even more exciting developments in 2015!Posted by Parkopedia on Wednesday, December 31, 2014\nApply here!\nBarista at The Vasco Da Gama\nWhat would a student jobs list be without one coffee posting? Vasco da Gama is a cool little eatery in the heart of downtown Montreal.\nView this post on Instagram Have you tried our burger of the month? Doritos breaded chicken, piquillo mayo, lettuce, tomato and guac (no, it’s not extra 😉) #BurgerSpecial #CafeVascoDaGama A post shared by Café Vasco da Gama (@cafevascodagama) on Jul 23, 2019 at 8:20am PDT\nApply here!\nHappy job hunting!