Looking for a transformational experience? Concordia student work opportunities not only change lives, they effect social change. Working side-by-side with colleagues in the cultural sector, you’ll have the chance to exercise your skills outside traditional avenues of learning. You'll make original, rigorous responses to today’s urgent issues while you prepare for life after graduation. You’ll receive valuable mentoring, build networks and increase your commitment to social inclusion.
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. The award offers an amount of $5,000 for selected students to undertake internships in non-profit arts organizations and projects. Awards are granted in each of the nine departments of Concordia’s Faculty of Fine Arts, as well as the INDI and HUMA graduate programs, for a total of up to forty awards per year.
BMO provides the opportunity for up to five Faculty of Fine Arts undergraduate students in select programs to pursue internships at non-profit arts organizations in Montreal and beyond. These $5,000 awards offer exceptional undergraduate students the opportunity to gain work experience in fields related to their academic interests, increase their knowledge, and build their networks.
Looking for inspiration? 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.
Professional experience opportunities here go beyond work terms and internships. Talk to our recruiters or program directors about applied coursework, like the Design Lab for DCART students or independent research projects, like the art-science driven Convergence Initiative.
Outside the classroom, there are student-run festivals like Art Matters (open to all fine arts students), the student-run VAV Gallery and many theatre, dance and music productions built into your programs. And many students get involved with the larger Concordia community through the entrepreneurial start-up lab District 3.
Undergraduate Design and Computation Arts students can schedule one full-time, relevant, paid internship to complement academic and para-academic activities through the Institute for Cooperative Education
Career development for graduating students and recent alumni
Art Volt is a platform containing a wide array of programs aimed at supporting recent Fine Arts graduates. Art Volt focuses on initiatives and tools to better equip Concordia’s creative practitioners as they transition out of their academic degree and embark on new projects. The objective is to reinforce the knowledge and practices gained by students during their degree, while providing real-world experiences and connections they can build on in their personal and professional lives.