This page contains a list of internship postings with offices, organizations, and programs based at McGill.
McGill’s Institute for Health and Social Policy (IHSP) is a multidisciplinary research institute that studies the impact of social conditions on health and leads programs to translate research into effective policy to improve those conditions worldwide. Over the past five years it has provided research to policy training to 132 McGill students from 32 faculties and departments through its Policy Fellowships and Internships.
For more information, please consult the IHSP website.
The Research Internship Program at the Institute for Health and Social Policy provides graduate and undergraduate students at McGill with an opportunity to become directly involved with the Institute's research initiatives. Interns work closely with Institute faculty members and staff, receive training in research and policy analysis, and become active members of the Institute team.
Our 2012-2013 winter internship program will offer a variety of ways to be involved directly with institute-related work. This year, topics include:
- Health policy and politics in Canada and abroad.
- Health care measurement methodologies.
- Social inequalities in school violence.
- Migration history.
- Well-being and inequality.
- Climate policy.
All internships will begin in December/January and last until the end of April. Interns will work part-time (10-15 hours/week) and receive a stipend of $2000 at the end of their term.
For more information about the internship program or to join the IHSP student listserv, contact kristen [dot] mcneill [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Kristen McNeill).
The McBurney Latin American Fellowship Program is focused on the delivery of much-needed health and social services in marginalized communities in Latin America. Fellows will propose a project and serve for 2-3 months with organizations on health and social service provision projects that make a significant contribution to meeting the basic needs of local populations, under the mentorship of a McGill faculty member. Fellows will be supported by a payment of $3500 and faculty will receive $500 per student to cover mentoring costs.
For more information about the fellowship program, contact jennifer [dot] proudfoot [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Jennifer Proudfoot).
For detailed information, eligibility criteria, and application instructions, visit the IHSP website.
Application deadline: January 14, 2013
The Archie Malloch Internships in Public Learning are intended for undergraduate students in any humanities-based program in their final year of study whose work fits with the goals of the Institute.
Two awards are granted each summer to students pursuing internships with a strong interdisciplinary and public-oriented focus. selected interns are partnered with Montreal-based organizations concerned with the arts and social policy. Stipend of $2000-$2500 each.
Application deadline: February 1, 2013
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The mission of the Office of Sustainability is to create a culture of sustainability at McGill. The Office aims to encourage and unite the efforts of students, faculty, and staff to incorporate principles of sustainability in university operations, campus living and learning, and in its relations with the broader community. We continually explore ways in which McGill can integrate social, environmental and economic considerations into University decisions and strive to develop partnerships that encourage and facilitate the cooperation of all members of the McGill community in applying the principles of sustainability. For more information, please visit the Office's website.
The McGill Office of Sustainability is currently seeking an Education and Research Intern. The intern will work alongside the current interns to encourage the use of the McGill campus as a living laboratory for advancing and integrating sustainability through research and education. For more information, please download the official posting: education_and_research_intern.docx
Start date: November 2012
CKUT is a non-profit, campus-community radio station based at McGill University. CKUT provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montreal and surrounding areas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on the FM dial, 91.7 by cable, or listen online.
CKUT is made up of over 200 volunteers working with a staff of coordinators, not just to make creative and insightful radio programming, but also to manage the station. The station operates on a collective management system that includes volunteers in decision-making.
Internships at CKUT are not paid, however, it is a great way to gain valuable experience and skills. Students may arrange to do internships at CKUT in exchange for credit with their University or Cegep. For more information on the individual internships, please see their website.
The Social Equity and Diversity Education (SEDE) Office The Social Equity and Diversity Education Office is dedicated to equity and diversity related issues at McGill, and is committed to fostering a fair and inclusive environment that respects the dignity of each member of the McGill Community.