Our programs give students and new graduates the opportunity to enhance their skills and explore their professional interests through hands-on experience and mentorship.
CGI’s New Grad program provides cross-functional experience for new graduates to hone in on skills and gain confidence to successfully transition from the classroom to the workplace.
What you can expect:
Experience working in IT, Business Consulting and Corporate positions
Personalized learning and development opportunities based on career aspirations and interests.
Ongoing performance feedback from experienced professionals
One on one coaching from leaders
Collaborative working environment across lines of business
Access to CGI’s social club events and networking activities
Group wellness benefits coverage as of day one
New graduate wardrobe bonus
Matched contributions made to CGI’s share purchase plan
Applications for the summer 2019 New Grad program are closed.
Check back this fall to apply for the January 2020 program or visit CGI's careers page to explore our current job opportunities.
CGI partners with top universities and colleges across Canada to offer students four or eight-month based internships working on projects that have a real impact on our clients.
Visit your school’s career page to see the list of CGI’s co-op positions in your area.
Students enrolled in their school’s co-op programs are given priority.
“I just wanted to say thank you for running such a great New Grad Orientation. I can confidently say that it was by far the best and most engaging orientation/info session I have attended to date. The level of professionalism and organization exhibited was superb.”
“CGI was a great company to work for, it felt like they valued their co-ops/interns because there were many workshops and events targeted towards us. The pay was competitive and there were certain company perks we were able to take advantage of such as store discounts and tickets to events.”
“The best thing about my internship was there was no micromanagement which let me explore more about my skills to learn and excel at the job.”