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Number of Students: 1-4 students
Days/Times: Times are flexible, interns will be mostly working from home due to pandemic
Location: if possible, 304 – 7200, rue Hutchison, Montréal (métro Parc) / Remote
Placement Start Date: October 2020 or later
Placement End Date: Flexible according to the project and scholar availability
Number of Hours per Week: Part-time to Full time
Supervisor at Organization: Anne Marie Aubert, Coordinator
Posted: October 2020
Additional Information: Specific projects may fall under the supervision of another member of the team, in particular those related to MPA. Scholars wishing to take on a project with MPA must have functional oral and written French language comprehension.
How to Apply:
Please send your CV and Cover Letter to internships.scs [at] mcgill.ca and CC mcf-transition [at] mcgill.ca. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.
Montréal – Métropole en santé (MMS) is a network of over 350 partners who collaborate to create environments conducive to healthy living in Montréal. MMS is composed of two networks. The Système alimentaire montréalais, (SAM) is coordinated by a food policy council, aims to ensure access to healthy, affordable, diverse, sustainable and local food. Montréal physiquement active (MPA) is a network focused on promoting physical activity for all segments of the population. Both networks pay special attention to the issues related to their areas of expertise and the social inequalities of health.
- A total of six internship placements are available (3 positions at SAM and 3 positions at MPA)
INTERNSHIP: Analysis of new Québec government policies designed to promote local food purchasing (SAM)
- Understand the context of the project and its relation to the Conseil SAM’s integrated action plan.
- Identify key policy interventions recently announced by the Québec government.
- Identify which markets are targeted and which businesses are intended to benefit from these policies.
- Summarize the opportunities that these new policies present for businesses.
- Name the gaps and limitations in these policies: which markets are left out, which businesses are not eligible?
- Clear project mandate that shows how the outputs are complimentary to the objectives of the action plan.
- Summary of recent policy announcements and details.
- Analysis of markets and businesses targeted, as well as those who are excluded from the policies’ scope.
- Presentation that can be shared with small businesses to show what opportunities are available and under what conditions the businesses can take advantage of those opportunities.