Bieler Family Internship Program
FAES Internship Awards
Summer 2014 Internship Award Applications due April 11, 2014 at 4pm
The Bieler Family Internship Office is proud to offer undergraduate students enrolled in the FAES 200 and 300 Internship Programs the opportunity to apply for numerous internship awards. These awards have been established through the generous support of McGill alumni and have been designed to assist students in fulfilling meaningful internships, to compliment their studies. Students are selected based upon meeting the eligibility criteria and handing in the required documents that pertain with each award.
1. Select the award(s) which you would like to apply for
2. Complete the application
3. Save the application and EMAIL it as an attachment to lindsay [dot] oconnellmcgill [dot] ca (Lindsay O’Connell), along with all addition documents required
Click on the links to download the forms for each award.
The Ernie Black Internship Travel Awards were established in 2011 by Ernest D. Black, BSc(Agr) 1952, MSc 1958, to help one or more undergraduate students from the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences who are conducting an internship through the Macdonald Campus Internship Program.
The Bieler Internship Assistance Program is designed to offer financial support to Macdonald students pursuing internships, both paid and voluntary. This program is funded by the Bieler Family Internship Office, and will support students on the basis of financial need.
The BMFC Entrepreneurial Awards seeks to aid students in their pursuit of entrepreneurship ventures, in the form of internships. Student placements should have an exclusive focus on entrepreneurship and innovation.
Entrepreneurship: Creation, development and management of a business venture which includes undertaking all the necessary risks in order to make the venture profitable and the return gainful.
This definition also includes Social Entrepreneurship. Within the social context, social entrepreneurship includes transformational benefits to society through social changes. These entrepreneurs look into society, isolate the areas in need of transformation and evoke solutions which seek to benefit the greater good.
FAES Internship Course Awards
For more information about the FAES courses, please see Program Information
Internship Courses available for Summer 2014:
- FAES 200 – non-credited
- FAES 300 – credited (3) – NEW
Students who are registered in either the FAES 200 or FAES 300 Internship Program courses are eligible to apply for the internship awards, should they meet the requirements.
See above for applications.
For more information about both FAES courses and the Internship Awards, see attachment (faes_internship_program_courses.pdf); you may also email lindsay [dot] oconnellmcgill [dot] ca (Lindsay O'Connell) or come by the office MS2-082
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