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Taking up a cultural internship or professional international exchange is the most intense learning experience that AIESEC offers and links together our global network. Each year, we provide over 60,000 AIESEC members the challenging opportunity to live and work in a foreign country in areas of management, technology, education, and development.
Campus Access - Directory of Internship Programs
This directory contains an extensive list of internship programs that offer students and graduates an opportunity to gain practical experience, explore potential careers and enrich their lives.
Canadian International Development Agency
CIDA is Canada's lead agency for development assistance.
Communicating for Agriculture Education Programs
For more than a quarter century, Communicating for Agriculture Education Programs has carried out the vision of giving young adults an opportunity to experience the world through agricultural exchange, and provide an opportunity for rural families to be touched by other cultures, cultivating lifelong friendships.
ECO Canada
An ECO Canada internship can increase a post-secondary graduate’s chances of not just finding employment, but also getting a jump-start in their career. By becoming pre-approved for internship funding, graduates can target the companies they want to work for and offer a potential employer a wage subsidy. This subsidy can help cover some of the training costs and risks involved with hiring a less experienced employee. The subsidy may give graduates an advantage over other candidates who are applying for the same job.
International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE)
Positions are available in Industry, Research Institutes and Universities, Consulting firms, Labs, and other work environments. Most placements are for 8-12 weeks during the summer, but longer term placements are also available throughout the year. You must be currently enrolled Full-time in a Bachelor's or Master's degree at the time of application.You must be between the ages of 19 and 30. You must speak very good English. While most positions only require English, foreign language skills are preferred.
Ontario Internship Program
The Ontario Internship Program (OIP) offers two-year paid positions in a wide range of ministries and agencies across the Ontario Public Service (OPS). This entry-level program is open to people who have graduated with a recognized degree, post-diploma (graduate) certificate or a diploma within the past two years.
Parliamentary Internship Programme
Each September, 10 young professionals from across the country come to Ottawa to experience Parliament Hill from a different perspective – a non-partisan viewpoint. As participants in the Parliamentary Internship Programme, interns work for Members of Parliament from both the Government and Opposition benches. They regularly meet with eminent Canadians through the Brown Bag Lunch series and have access to a wide range of journalists, members of the diplomatic community and representatives of Canada’s public and private sectors. Parliamentary interns get involved with a wide variety of tasks, based on their interests and varied skill sets.
Science Horizons Youth Internship program
Science Horizons is a Government of Canada program aimed at advancing research and achievements in the field of environmental science while giving young people the opportunity to develop knowledge, skills and experience that will prepare them for sustainable employment in environment based careers.