Change the world at IBM

There aren’t many companies who can say they have been an integral part of the global business landscape for more than a century. While the world has changed considerably over the past 100 years, IBM, our people and our offerings have continuously led the way with business and technology innovation.

Today, we are more than a hardware, software and services provider, yet we remain true to our heritage as a team of collaborative forward-thinkers, focused on making business and society work better. We are part of the fabric of everyday life and stand for world-changing progress.

Join a company where you can make an impact and literally change the world. With many different development programs available – from co-ops, internships, entry-level, and even rotational opportunities, the sky is the limit.

Meet the Campus Team


Bridget King
Campus Talent Acquisition Lead


Julien Simoes
Campus Talent Acquisition Partner


Daniela Vekic
Campus Talent Acquisition Partner


Sylvie Bond
EPIC Student Program Coordinator

Catherine Christou is the Campus Recruitment Team Lead at IBM Canada. Catherine earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Ryerson University as well as a Post Graduate Certificate in Human Resources from Seneca College. She has more than five years of experience in Human Resources and her passion for Recruitment and Early Professional Talent has served her well in roles that support industries like banking and technology. In her current role, Catherine is responsible for the overall campus recruitment strategy and execution for all business units across IBM Canada.


Born in France, Julien graduated in September 2013 with his Master of Arts in International Human Resources Management from Blaise Pascal University. While working towards his degree, he gained experience in recruitment in both agency and corporate environments. After graduation he moved to Toronto and worked for a recruiting agency focused on hiring ERP professionals before joining the HR team of a financial institution. Now at IBM, he work as a University Relations Recruitment Partner supporting the Hybrid Cloud, Corporate HQ, Transformation & Operations and Global Technical Services business units. Fun fact about him: He lived in 5 different countries.


Bridget King is the Campus Talent Acquisition Lead at IBM responsible for overall campus recruitment strategy and execution for all business units across IBM Canada. A graduate of the University of Waterloo Arts and Business Co-op program, Bridget has previously worked in recruitment in the tech industry and the federal government. She holds her CHRP and is an active member of the York Region HRPA chapter.


Coming from a teaching and Sales background, Daniela has transformed her career into technical recruitment upon her return to Canada in 2012. She was born in Croatia, raised in Canada and moved a few times back and forth in the meantime. In 2013, she started out working in a technical recruiting agency focused on hiring technical resources including ERP roles from Junior to Executive level where she was promoted into a Team Lead and Account Manager. In summer of 2015, Daniela joined IBM in a role of a Recruitment Partner supporting all types of hires within Security and Systems Business Units and transitioned into a University Relations Recruitment Partner role where she supports intern and co-op hires within Watson Customer Engagement, IoT and Education, IBM Cloud and Watson Platform, Industry Platform, Digital Business Group, Systems and Security business units.


Sylvie Bond is the EPIC Student Program Coordinator, responsible for coordinating all intern and co-op hiring in Canada. Prior to her current role, Sylvie was responsible for manufacturing students and supplemental hiring at IBM`s Bromont Manufacturing plant. She has also worked as an Executive Assistant for many years and prior to IBM spent time in the research and development medical industries. With over three decades of experience in the human resources field, Sylvie brings a wealth of experience to the IBM Campus team.


EPIC Program

Employment Pathways for Interns and Co-ops (EPIC) : Curious about interesting and impactful work? Perhaps gaining real world work experience? What about being a part of a large student community with hundreds of other students during your work term? The EPIC program at IBM is designed to help you build your skills and familiarize you with IBM's organization and work style. It also provides you a chance to take IBM for a test drive! The IBM EPIC work experience will provide you with a competitive edge when you enter the workforce as a new graduate, and immerse you in a highly innovative environment filled with some of the brightest and smartest people in the world.

  • What to expect
  • How do I qualify

    In order to qualify for EPIC opportunities, candidates must be enrolled at a recognized University or College pursuing a certificate, diploma, bachelor and/or post graduate degree. IBM hires EPIC candidates for 4, 8, 12 and 16 month work terms, which start in January, May, or September. Visit your career centre to confirm your eligibility for the IBM EPIC program.

Click below to learn more about these exciting specialized EPIC internship programs!

Extreme Blue

Extreme Blue™ is IBM's premier internship program and incubator for talent and technology that fuels innovation.

Sales and Distribution (S&D) Summit Program

If you are a student looking for a sales internship, the Summit Program will provide you with personalized training and the foundation of skills you need to be successful.

If you have any questions related to IBM's EPIC Program, feel free to send the team an e-mail at

Future Blue

When you become an IBMer, you’ll have the opportunity to join and be a part of the Future Blue Program. Future Blue is a community for students, by students, at IBM Canada. The Future Blue Team plans social events, hosts career & development activities, case competitions, internal hackathons and programs at work and after hours to help enrich the student experience all the while providing resources and assistance to help students transition into their new roles. Visit our Future Blue group on Facebook for more information.



Entry Level

IBMers bring out the forward-thinker in all people. That's because we're in the business of making the world work better. Not just envisioning a better world. Not just building the technology for that. But actually delivering results and making it work better. Making it work smarter. At IBM, employees have the opportunity to change the way the world works-literally. That is, the systems and processes that enable:

  • Physical goods to be developed, manufactured, bought and sold
  • Services to be delivered
  • Everything from people and money to oil, water and electrons to move
  • Billions of people to work, govern themselves and live
  • Exciting entry level opportunities exist across the business in:

Click below to learn more about these exciting specialized Entry Level programs!

Sales and Distribution (S&D) Summit Program

The IBM Summit Program provides new IBM sellers with the experiences and tools needed for success in IBM sales roles.

Consulting By Degrees

Experience. Grow. Transform. Our world-class program is designed to groom top, entry-level consultants into tomorrow’s leaders.

Technical Talent & Careers at IBM

IBM's unparalleled technology leadership is the result of its brilliant talent: a group of IBMers who have a laser-like focus on innovation and unrelenting drive to solve some of the world's most complex problems. Take a few minutes to learn about the tech culture and the inspiring, interesting, and innovative projects IBMers are involved in.

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Event Calendar

Come chat with us and see what IBM has to offer!

  • Fall 2017 Campus Recruitment Tour
    School/Conference Location Date/Time
    Western University London, Ontario Tuesday, September 12th from 5:30pm – 7:30pm
    McMaster University Hamilton, Ontario Wednesday, September 13th from 5:30pm – 7:30pm
    York University Toronto, Ontario Thursday, September 14th from 5:00pm – 7:00pm
    Hack The North Waterloo, Ontario September 15th – 17th
    Queen’s University Kingston, Ontario Monday, September 18th from 3:00pm – 4:30pm (information session) and 5:00pm – 7:00pm (career fair booth)
    Ryerson University Toronto, Ontario Tuesday, September 19th – 6:30pm – 8:30pm
    Waterloo University Waterloo, Ontario Wednesday, September 20th – 5:00pm – 7:00pm
    University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario Saturday, September 23rd – 9:00am – 4:00pm
    University of Ottawa Ottawa, Ontario Tuesday, September 26th – 5:30pm – 7:30pm
    McGill University Montreal, Quebec Wednesday, September 27th – 10:00am – 3:00pm
    Partnerships for Employment: UWaterloo/Laurier Waterloo, Ontario Wednesday, September 27th – 10:00am – 3:00pm
    Ryerson University STEM Toronto, Ontario Thursday, September 28th – 11:00am – 3:00pm
    Carleton University Ottawa, Ontario Thursday, September 28th – 5:00pm – 7:00pm
    UOIT Reverse Career Fair Toronto, Ontario Thursday, October 5th – 11:00am – 3:00pm
    University of Toronto – You’re Next Career Fair Toronto, Ontario Friday, October 13th – 10:00am – 4:00pm
    Queen’s University Kingston, Ontario October 17th – 18th
    Ryerson Women in STEM Conference Toronto, Ontario Thursday, October 17th - 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    McMaster Conference on Diversity in Engineering Hamilton, Ontario November 10th – 12th

International Students (ISHP)

The mission of the ISHP is to recruit as a globally integrated enterprise by attracting international students for hire in their home country. The value for participating students is to develop themselves as future leaders with international experience, a global mindset and cultural adaptability.

How to apply


Explore our entry level, internship and graduate job opportunities and submit your resume online.


Your skills and experience will be reviewed and if a potential match, one of our hiring team will invite you to interview.


IBM uses behavioural-style interviewing to learn what you have accomplished and what skills you have.