McGill Internship Offices Network
The Internship Offices Network (ION) is the coordinating body for the teaching, learning and administrative units of the McGill faculties that organize and provide internship opportunities. ION aims to promote student internships by:
- Serving as a portal to the appropriate internship office on campus;
- Providing tools and resources to help students find an internship; and
- Organizing and publicizing events that promote internships in general and particular opportunities.
Current Internship Postings
- Sparkup_Inc._-_Executive_Assistant_Intern [.pdf] - Deadline: until position is filled
- New_York_Delegation_of_the_International_Federation_for_Human_Rights_-_Intern [.pdf] - Deadline: until position is filled
- OECD - HR_and_Communications_Intern [.pdf] - Deadline: until position is filled *Masters students only*
2014 CBC Radio Gzowski Internship Recipient
Sophie Blais graduated from McGill with a Joint-Honors Political Science and International Development Studies degree. During her time at McGill, she was extensively involved in student media, as a news producer for TVM and as a news editor for Le Délit. Having experimented with both press and video journalism, she is really looking forward to discovering the ins and outs of radio, thanks to her internship at CBC Radio this summer. Sophie is grateful for this fantastic opportunity to learn the ropes of public radio in her favorite city.
2014 McGill Recipient of the Student International Program Award
Jerry Lee is in her U3 year at McGill, majoring in Physiology with a minor in Economics. She has interned at the Institute for Health and Social Policy for two consecutive terms and has worked for the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network. This summer, Jerry will be interning at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) organizing the annual CGI University conference, which brings together youth leaders, philanthropists, leading CEOs, and laureates to discuss innovative solutions to pressing global challenges.
PFF Community Leadership Fellowships
Community-based change. Student-led innovation.
The PFF Community Leadership Fellowships offer extraordinary opportunities to young McGill students with innovative ideas, helping them to bring sustainable and positive social change to the communities in which they work.
Learn more about Fellows' projects on Youtube.
The 2014 Recipient of the PFF Community Leadership Fellowship
Melody Lynch (BA '14)
The PFF Community Leadership Fellowships offer extraordinary opportunities to McGill students with innovative ideas, helping them to bring sustainable and positive social change to the communities in which they work.
Melody's project, Women's Cooperative in Sama Bahari, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia, is a women's craft cooperative development project that seeks to empower women, promote gender equality, and increase the efficiency of the local economy.
The Pascale International Fellows Program at the Clinton Foundation
Established in 2005 by President Bill Clinton, the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) convenes global leaders to devise and implement innovative solutions to some of the world's most pressing challenges.
Each year, one Pascale International Fellow will be chosen from McGill University and one from Yale College. The Pascale International Fellow will work full-time with the CGI on its outreach efforts, partnership opportunities, special projects, extensive research support, and project management from May 22 to the end of September.
For more information about the program, click here.
2014 Recipient of the Pascale International Fellowship
Farah Momen graduated from McGill University with a B.A. in Geography and minors in English Literature and Hispanic Languages. She moved to Montreal from Congers, NY in 2010 and has since been involved in various projects pertaining to issues of human rights and equity. In 2012, she was an intern for a radio station in Ghana through Journalists for Human Rights and was awarded the Liz Gomery & Stefan Fews Arts Internship Award. While there, she produced stories about local human rights issues including a nationally broadcasted radio documentary about unsafe abortions. She served as President of Journalists for Human Rights at McGill, overseeing media projects and hosting events that facilitated discussions with students, professors and activists. She was the recipient of the Bryce Arts Internship Award in 2013 for her grant writing internship with Pueblito Canada, an NGO that promotes innovative educational development in Nicaragua. She continued working with them after her internship, coordinating Pueblito’s recruitment and fundraising efforts for the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. As the 2014 Pascale Fellow, she will be working with the Press team at the Clinton Foundation where she will be fielding communications, drafting briefings and preparing for the Annual Meeting in September.