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This is a company based in China and runs internship and graduate placements, volunteering, semester exchange programs throughout Asian countries, especially in China. A fee is required.
Internship opportunities to work in Asia from 10 weeks to 3 months between May to August.
Provides training programs and scholarships to young talents. Work in business, IT, engineering or technical fields in Hong Kong or Asia. The internship programme offers you full-time training during the summer vacation (SUM) or for a 12-month period (SAND)
Nomura is an Asia-based financial services group with an integrated global network spanning over 30 countries. They offer opportunities in: Global markets, investment banking, corporate infrastructure.
AKFC offers an international development training program and an eight-month overseas placement to recent university graduates and young professionals who are 30 years of age or younger. Application deadline: February 01. A fee may be required.
The organization offers the following fellowship programs: post-graduate research, junior research, distinguished, media, and the McArthur Fellowship. The programs allow participants opportunities to work for the foundation (12 to 18 months). Must be a Canadian citizen or PR.
The organization recruits on- and off-campus, offering exciting and challenging opportunities for students and recent graduates who bring knowledge, enthusiasm and ideas to the table.
This program is for undergraduate and college students to gain work experience in the Canadian cancer therapeutics research sector. Deadline: Mid-February.
The CRA hires students and graduates for a wide range of entry-level positions and apprenticeship or developmental programs.
CRA hires through governmental program such as FSWEP, The Federal Student Work Experience Program), ASEP (Aboriginal Student Employment Program) and CO-OP/Internship Program (Co-operative Education Program or an Internship Program).
This is a Cross-Disciplinary Internship Program provides a salary reimbursement for full- or part-time students registered in non-physics majors to participate in astroparticle physics research. This program is open to students to work with leading astroparticle physics researchers in Canada. Deadline: end-November.
The CCI offers paid Post-Graduate Internships and Curriculum Internships that provide learning opportunities for the conservation community in Canada and abroad. This is a paid post-graduate internship with a max. duration of 12 months. Must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant.
CN’s internship and COOP opportunities offer students hands-on, real-world work experience with compensation and exposure to a leading North American railroad company. Many IT and Engineering related opportunities. Look for category "student/internship"
Temporary student positions and co-op programs offering practical experience in the student's chosen area of study while familiarizing them with CSIS and its corporate culture.
This organization hosts a year-round internship program (Summer, Fall and Winter) out of its head office in Montreal. CJPME internships aim to help university students gain real-world experience, while helping CJPME to advance its organizational goals. Positions in research, accounting, administration, information systems, translation, marketing, communications, graphic design and more. CJPME provides 3 terms for internships (summer, fall and winter).
Open to third and fourth year students enrolled in a Canadian university or a degree-granting college program, CEO x 1 Day will select around 20 finalists to spend a day shadowing a Canadian CEO. Deadline: End of September.
CIBC offers summer opportunities, opportunities for graduating students, co-ops and other opportunities for current students. Leadership programs, technology programs, rotational programs, capital markets programs, etc.
Explore is a five-week intensive French-immersion bursary program that is offered during the spring or summer for people with any skill level in French. Explore participants are awarded a $2,200 bursary (taxable income) that covers tuition fees for the course, instructional materials, meals, and accommodation. You will discover another region of Canada while learning French in classes adapted to your language level. Application deadline: February 15.
EDC is a self-financing Crown corporation supporting and developing Canada's export trade by helping Canadian companies respond to international business opportunities. EDC actively recruit students in commerce, international business, finance, accounting and other disciplines. While the majority of EDC's student positions are finance related, the organization also offers positions in risk management, insurance, computer science, communications, marketing, human resources, economics, sales and environmental sciences. Work terms are typically four or eight months in length and can be counted towards an accredited co-op program with your university.
EDC recruitment periods: Winter term (Jan-Apr) with positions posted in September, Summer term (May-Aug) with positions posted in January, Fall term (Sep-Dec) with positions posted in May.
Recruit students and recent graduates (less than 3 years of relevant work experience). Discipline: Engineering, Business, Computer Science, IT, Finance, Accounting, Geoscience and more.
The FSWEP provides full-time students with the opportunity to explore their interests and develop their skills. Work as: Student Boarder Services Officer, Student Guide in France, Student Capital Information Officer and Tour Guide , Student Security Officer, Student Guide-Interpreter, Inshore Rescue Boat Service Officer, and more. The campaign usually runs in October, November and January.
Canadian and American undergraduate students can apply now for a 10-day program (all expenses paid) in Canada’s national capital to explore Canada’s major foreign policy questions, to meet experts in the field, and to draft a policy vision for the future.
This page provides links to the career development program page on the Government of Canada's departments and agencies. Check out each program for opportunities.
Offers summer and new graduate positions. Co-op and internship positions are posted in January, May and September on Husky's Career Opportunities web page, and at selected post-secondary institutions. Interviews are conducted in February, June and October. Co-op/internships last from 4 to 16 months. Summer positions are posted each September for the following year's positions (May-Aug).
Recruit students and recent graduates (less than 3 years of relevant work experience).
J.D. Irving, Limited, involves in many industries such as forestry, food processing, transportation, manufacturing, retail and distribution. The organization offers summer, student and co-op opportunities.
This internship program was established to allow all undergraduate students the opportunity to complete an internship, prior to graduation. For more details, check out the website.
The organization offers programs designed for graduate and undergraduate students from any field of study who are interested in pursuing a career in Financial Markets. They offer internships, scholarships, summer jobs, part-time positions and rotation programs. Internships for students interested in : Web and digital, IT, Marketing, Project management, Business intelligence and data, Financial engineering, Operations, Risk management, Wealth management, Financial markets and more.
NCC offer many outdoor volunteering in Gatineau Park - Ski or Snowhoe Patroller, Trail Patroller. Other opportunities include: Site support officer, Gardener, Bike Patroller.
NSERC provides students opportunities to work with NSERC to develop skills, explore future employment opportunities, and earn a competitive salary while work within your academic schedule. Must be enrolled as a full-time secondary or post-secondary student, and be returning to full-time studies for your next academic term. The program renews each year at the beginning of January.
NCC provides practical, paid, career-based training for the advancement of college and university students in the field of conservation and environmental studies. Contact the organization for opportunities.
This program offers companies access to talented natural sciences and engineering undergraduate students for a work term. This cost-shared program allows students to address company-specific R&D challenges while gaining valuable industrial experience. Experience Awards also let companies identify potential future full-time employees. Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident to apply.
Odyssey is an opportunity to dive deep into another language and culture while sharing your own; travel and explore Canada; earn an income and get bilingual professional experience.
Must be a full-time student in an accredited institution, and be returning to full-time studies for the next academic term. The program accepts applications in November. Must be a Canadian Citizen.
Practical work experience for post-secondary students enrolled in a Post-Secondary Co-op/Internship Program approved by the Public Service Commission. For a list of opportunities, check out: List of institutions and programs https://www5.psc-cfp.gc.ca/coop/noitcanoitutitsnimargorphcraes.do
Each year, REAP-Canada offers young Canadians an opportunity to gain exposure in the fields of sustainable agriculture and international development. Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
The Research Affiliate Program (RAP) provides post-secondary students with opportunities to conduct innovative research and gain experience with federal organizations. Canadian citizens have priority.
SOIL links Canadian farmers willing to take on and train apprentices with people wanting to work and learn on an organic farm using sustainable practices. The best time to apply is early December to mid-March.
This site list internship positions by working on organic farms.
Every year around the beginning of October, Statistics Canada offer information sessions to students who are interested in a career in mathematics with Statics Canada. Other programs with StatsCan include: Social statistics and economics, Mathematical statistics, Computer and information systems, and other recruitment programs.
Through Québec Without Borders’ international internship program, SUCO gives Quebeckers aged 18 to 35 an introduction to international solidarity. Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.