The Alberta Public Service provides opportunities for recent graduates to help them develop valuable workplace skills and build a career through:
- graduate entry-level employment
The Alberta Public Service offers graduate entry-level employment and internship opportunities that provide recent post-secondary graduates with:
- hands-on experience putting their education to work
- challenging and rewarding work
- professional development
- networking opportunities
Graduate entry-level employment
The Alberta Public Service offers temporary and permanent entry-level employment in a variety of occupations.
Each ministry and department is responsible for recruiting to their student and graduate opportunities. For more information, contact the ministry or department Human Resource offices or check out current Alberta Public Service job postings.
Internships are paid, temporary employment usually 6 months to 2 years in length and are offered in a variety of occupations. To be eligible, graduates must have completed their relevant program training within the last 2 years.
Alberta Indigenous Internship Program (AIIP)
Through AIIP, you will help build government to community-based relationships while gaining valuable work experience. This Program will help you launch your career and give you the skills to be successful in the Alberta Public Service.
To see Indigenous interns discuss their experiences in the program, see our video on the Alberta Indigenous Internship Program.
- Increase Indigenous participation in Alberta’s economy and workforce.
- Provide tangible learning, work experience and professional development for interns.
- Facilitate cultural exchange and build relationships among government, Indigenous people and other stakeholders.
The AIIP is a 2-year program involving various Government of Alberta ministries and a community partner that is an Indigenous organization or one which provides programs and services to Indigenous people.
You must be a recent graduate (within the last 2 years) from an accredited university or college.
How to apply
Applications are accepted once the positions have been advertised on the Alberta Public Service jobs website.
Disabilities Internship Program
The Disabilities Internship Program offers a paid work experience to recent graduates interested in joining the Alberta Public Service.
You can ask a question or send a message about jobs with the Alberta Public Service using the form below.
If you have already applied on a job posting and have questions about your application, you can contact the Human Resources contact referenced in the job posting or the Public Service Commission (PSC) Talent Acquisition and Mobility Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only those inquiries that include an email address will receive a response.
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Your information is collected under the authority of section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
If you have any questions about the collection of your personal information, you can contact Talent Acquisition Services, Public Service Commission at email@example.com.