Laura Di Maio
Internship Offices Network
Leacock Building, Room 307
ion [at] mcgill [dot] ca
Students must include the following items in their application package:
- A cover page for your application package with your name, an abstract of your project (max. 100 words, should answer the questions who? what? where? when?
Internships at McGill are managed by each Faculty or School and will normally require students to be returning to the university after the completion of their internship. Most faculties offer undergraduate and graduate students internships, co-op programs (mining engineering and materials engineering), practicums and field studies. These can take place in Canada and abroad – in some cases for credit.
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: