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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.
The Canadian Organization for Undergraduate Health Research (COUHR) is an initiative aimed at providing underrepresented university students with the opportunity to participate in health and medical research. Pairing individuals with research professionals, COUHR strives to provide valuable research experience that will foster a passion for academic research. Contact the organization to learn more about their Summer Research Program.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
Mitacs offers travel funding between Canada and several international partners. The organization connects students with industry partners to do research internships.
Mitacs provides several programs and funding for students of all disciplines. The programs allow students to develop a career through new research connections, experience, and professional skills training.
RISE Germany offers undergraduate and graduate students from North American and British universities the opportunity to complete a summer research internship at top German universities and research institutions. RISE Germany is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office.
An inter-institutional program of experiential learning and community building. Teams of students from Montréal universities will discover, participate and collaborate in projects and events in the Social Solidarity Economy (SSE). Each student will receive scholarships, training, continuous coaching, and grants to develop the skills and competencies needed to define and implement their collective initiatives to contribute to the dialogue of SSE within their peers. Priority goes to undergraduate students. Apply before the end of May.