Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), International Youth Internship Program - CIDA is Canada's lead agency for development assistance. CIDA's International Youth Internship Program gives young Canadian postsecondary graduates the opportunity to apply their knowledge, gain international work experience and develop skills in various sectors.
Campus Access - Here you will find a list of Canadian internships, American internships and international internships and organizations.
Placement étudiant du Québec - Provides students with access to information regarding internships relating to their field of study. 1 866 640-3059
Public Service Commission of Canada - This highly selective and intensive program exposes qualified master's level students and graduates to various policy issues, experience in analyzing sector responsibilities, and a broad view of the roles and mandates of departments and agencies in the federal government.
Quebec-Labrador Foundation - Internships, Employment, and Volunteer Opportunities in Conservation. Internships in Environment and Health, Wildlife Conservation, Experimental Education, Community Development & Heritage Tourism, International Land Stewardship, Communications.
Reisa - A community organization that works to increase access to health and social services in English for residents of Montreal's east-end.
U.S. Commercial Service - The Commercial Service in Montreal, a part of the Consulate General of the United States of America, offers challenging and rewarding internships for Graduate and Undergraduate students in international business, marketing, economics or a related discipline.
Crossroads International - Volunteer internships in over 20 countries for people over the age of 19. Over 250 positions open up throughout the year for people to participate in community projects and non-profit groups overseas.
Canadian Human Rights Foundation - Internships are offered to young Canadians who have completed or are about to complete programs in disciplines related to health and international development.
Canadian Museums Association - Work passionately for the advancement, growth and stability of the museum community in Canada.. All internships will take place in museums in New Zealand and the United Kingdom and will be for a period of six months. Internships start in September.
Canada World Youth – Jeunesse Canada Monde - Volunteer internships for Canadian youth under age 30 in programs throughout the world. Many candidates are selected every year to spend up to six months assisting in an overseas community.
CARE CANADA - The internship program with CARE Canada aims to provide young Canadians with a valid international work experience within a CARE program. The program will prepare interns for a possible future career in international development.
CECI-ACDI - Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation: CECI reaches out for applicants capable of social involvement.
Globalplacement.com - This site is for students looking for national and international internships.
IAESTE Canada - International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience: provides international work experience for students in the field of engineering, technical sciences or applied arts. The majority are summer placements, and usually last between 8–12 weeks in the summer
Oxfam-Quebec - Its mandate is to meet computer and new information technology challenges, in a North-South context and under a sustainable development perspective. This professional internship program aims to give young Canadians an outstanding work experience where they gain valuable professional skills towards career advancement and full participation in society..
Smithsonian Institution - Located in Washington D.C., the Smithsonian is the world's largest museum complex and offers the most museum internships, as well. Over 600 internships are offered each year at many different organizations. For the majority of the internships, the interns are not paid.
United Nations Headquarters Internship Program - Designed to promote, among the participants, a better understanding of major problems confronting the world and provide insight into how the United Nations attempts to find solutions.