City Studies

Imran Jaffer Internship is a summer internship Jones Lang LaSalle, a leading financial and professional services firm specializing in commercial real estate services and investment management. http://www.imranjafferfoundation.org/news--events/the-imran-jaffer-foundation-jll-summer-internship

Government of Ontario: Every year, the Ontario Public Service, related agencies and community groups, provide 5,000 students with jobs across the province. These jobs help Ontario students with limited work experience develop transferable skills, support their career goals and learn more about the Ontario Public Service. Explore the Policy related jobs available through Ontario Public Service Summer Student Program. https://www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/Pages/SEP.aspx

Government of Canada National Research Council: Develop your research skills vital for Policy work. The National Research Council (NRC) Student Employment Program provides students with practical career-related experience in research and development, library sciences, communications, marketing and other areas. http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng/careers/programs/student_employment.html

The International Center for Human Development regularly seeks interns to assist staff with ongoing projects in its office in Yerevan. ICHD’s Internship Program offers career-related work experience to students and other individuals interested in volunteering. Internships are set up on quarterly or a semester basis, but may be extended. Interns do not receive a fixed stipend. Upon successful completion of the internship, ICHD will provide interns with a certificate of appreciation and reference letter upon request. http://pasos.org/internship-internship-with-ichd/

Internship at Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry offers a variety of rewarding internship opportunities for post-secondary school students. https://www.ontario.ca/page/internship-ministry-natural-resources-and-forestry

Toronto Youth Cabinet: Established in 1998 by Toronto City Council, The Toronto Youth Cabinet is the official youth advisory body to the City of Toronto. The Toronto Youth Cabinet (TYC) is a youth-led advocacy group that promotes youth participation in civic affairs. The TYC advocates on youth issues with various youth organizations across the city, and promotes youth involvement in policy development. http://thetyc.ca/

Canadian Political Science Association: The Parliamentary Internship Programme was established in 1969 through a Motion, passed in the House of Commons with all-party support, as a non-partisan program that would provide: An outstanding work-study experience for Canadian university graduates in all disciplines; Highly qualified assistants to be shared equally by Members of Parliament on both sides of the House of Commons; Build public knowledge of Parliament by conducting and disseminating research on Parliament and Canadian politics. https://pip-psp.org/en/internship/objectives

The Council of the Federation: The purpose of the Youth Internship Program is to encourage young Canadians to more actively participate in public policy development, public service, government and political life. http://canadaspremiers.ca/en/component/content/article/31-root-en/about-features/526-youth-internship-program-2016

Jaimie Anderson Internship: Every year, the Jamie Anderson Parliamentary Internship will provide three young Canadians with a four-month (May through August) opportunity to work in the office of a federal Member of Parliament. During the summer, the program will arrange meetings and discussions with people in the news media, politics, and business to help provide a rounded understanding of the political process in and around Parliament Hill. http://politics.utoronto.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/How-to-Apply-for-Jaimie-Anderson-Internship.pdf

Toronto Police Service: The Chief's Community Advisory Council (CAC) and the Chief's Youth Advisory Committee (CYAC) exist to provide a voice for various community representatives, from business through to social agencies and spanning the various diverse communities as well as youth on a wide variety of issues. http://www.torontopolice.on.ca/community/ccc.php

The Global Affairs Canada International Youth Internship Program provides opportunities for volunteering overseas, domestically with an NGO, with the federal government of Canada, or within the International Development Research Centre. http://www.international.gc.ca/development-developpement/youth-jeunes/ivo_seventeen-psb_dixsept.aspx?lang=eng

BARD CCE: The Center for Civic Engagement plays a central role in assisting students in securing internships and providing other opportunities to learn and grow. CCE coordinates with numerous partners on campus, and an array of off-campus programs both stateside and abroad, featuring numerous internship opportunities. Additionally, CCE spearheads the Community Action Awards. These awards provide funding for more than 50 students annually who are pursuing pre-professional experience and community action projects that address issues related to the field of civic engagement. http://www.bard.edu/cce/students/opportunities/

The Center for Civic Engagement plays a central role in assisting students in securing internships and providing other opportunities to learn and grow. CCE coordinates with numerous partners on campus, and an array of off-campus programs both stateside and abroad, featuring numerous internship opportunities. Additionally, CCE spearheads the Community Action Awards. These awards provide funding for more than 50 students annually who are pursuing pre-professional experience and community action projects that address issues related to the field of civic engagement. http://www.bard.edu/cce/students/opportunities/

Sandra Rotman Centre: Gain meaningful, hands-on experience in the diverse, interdisciplinary field of global health through Grand Challenges Canada’s Summer Student program. Each summer, Grand Challenges Canada welcomes passionate and driven students from a variety of disciplines to work as part of our team, through the Summer Student Program. http://www.srcglobal.org/careers/

Amnesty International Canada offers occasional internship opportunities for students and recent graduates in London UK, and domestically in Ottawa, Toronto, Halifax and Vancouver. Amnesty International is a non-governmental organization focused on human rights focused on research and generating action to prevent and end grave abuses of human rights, and to demand justice for those whose rights have been violated. http://www.amnesty.ca/about-us/work-with-us

Government of Canada National Research Council: Develop your research skills vital for Policy work. The National Research Council (NRC) Student Employment Program provides students with practical career-related experience in research and development, library sciences, communications, marketing and other areas. http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng/careers/programs/student_employment.html

The International Center for Human Development regularly seeks interns to assist staff with ongoing projects in its office in Yerevan. ICHD’s Internship Program offers career-related work experience to students and other individuals interested in volunteering. Internships are set up on quarterly or a semester basis, but may be extended. Interns do not receive a fixed stipend. Upon successful completion of the internship, ICHD will provide interns with a certificate of appreciation and reference letter upon request. http://pasos.org/internship-internship-with-ichd/