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.
Apply for Youth Fusion
Youth Fusion is an award-winning, non-partisan charity that establishes innovative partnerships between high schools and universities, in an effort to counter high school dropout rates, by creating and implementing projects that engage youth and keep them interested in school.
In order to lower dropout rates and create closer links between training and employment, Youth Fusion focuses on experiential learning by implementing innovative pedagogical projects in various fields, including entrepreneurship, environmental design, robotics, video game creation, and fashion design.
Become a Project Coordinator in an elementary or high school:
- Projects related to your area of study
- Between $14.50/h and $16/h
- Part-time and flexible schedule
- Opportunities for credited internships
- Opportunities for work in indigenous communities
For more information about Youth Fusion and to apply for a coordinator position, click here.
To read about past interns, click here.
There are no events scheduled this month.
For a list of all events for 2018, click here.
ION Internship Opportunities
ION offers several internship and fellowship opportunities administered directly through the Office. ION and McGill University maintain an agreement with a number of international host organizations to offer an internship/fellowship to at least one McGill student every year. For more information regarding each program, click here.
The Schull Yang International Experience Awards
The Schull Yang International Experience Award, supported by Joseph Schull (BA '82, MA '85) and Anna Yang (BCL, LLB '88), was established to help students gain firsthand international experience related to their fields of study. Administered through the Office of the Deputy Provost and the Internship Offices Network, this award is meant to provide partial funding to assist students with travel and other expenses related to an ION internship. Open to all faculties. Award valued at $4,000-$6,000.
For more information and eligibility, click here.