Internships can be extremely valuable as a first step to reaching career goals and obtaining work experience by contributing to the Hispanic community.
The Hispanic Studies Department and the Faculty of Arts Internship Office at McGill University have joined efforts to develop this website to assist students who would like to explore internship opportunities.
The main objective of the website is to provide McGill students, who are working towards their degree in Hispanic Studies, with access to a database listing various internship opportunities in Canada and abroad.
Click here to access the database of internship opportunities. Please note that a valid McGill ID and Minerva Pin are required to access the database.
Students must receive approval to participate in a PSC-approved internship program. For questions regarding specific student eligibility (including pay), email ion [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Laura Di Maio).
What is a Post-Secondary Co-op or Internship Program? The Co-operative Education and Internship Program (Co-op/Internship) is the primary vehicle through which federal organizations can recruit post-secondary students for a four-month work term. An internship is a supervised, on-the-job training assignment designed to give students the skills and knowledge required for entry into a trade or profession.
For more information regarding student eligibility, click here.
Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures Administrative Office
For departmental contact information, please see: http://www.mcgill.ca/hispanic/
Faculty of Arts, McGill University
Leacock Building, Room 307
855 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal Quebec, Canada H3A 2T7
Email: anne [dot] turner [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Anne Turner)