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Application deadline is March 15, 2021

Funded by the Doggone Foundation, this award is a terrific opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to create their own internship project with a non-profit organization of their choice.

Internship opportunities with non profits

Students are encouraged to come up with their own project for an internship and approach a non-profit art organization of their choice to work with based on their interests. To facilitate the process, we have posted the profiles of several non-profit organizations who have already expressed interest in hosting a funded internship.

Ready to apply?

The deadline to submit applications is March 15, 2021

About Elspeth McConnell and the Doggone Foundation

In her lifetime, Elspeth McConnell was a passionate collector of Northwest Coast indigenous art and she and her late husband supported the education and development of talented young artists.  The Doggone Foundation created by her is committed, among other things, to supporting artistic and art-related educational endeavours in her hometown of Montreal.

Giving Concordia Fine Arts students the opportunity to get experiential learning in artistic endeavours, The Elspeth McConnell Fine Arts Award is a fine example of the Doggone Foundation’s implication with the arts.

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