SCHOLARSHIPS AND INTERNSHIPS
The College of Management and Economics partners with Cooperative Education and Career Services (CECS) and with the Office of the Associate Dean to bring their services to students in the College.
The CECS provides Sustainable Recruitment opportunities by linking the business community and students and also provides links to sustainability related internship opportunities for students. While a few links to internship and scholarship opportunities related to CSR/Sustainability activities are provided below, visit the CECS website for information and comprehensive links to a wide range of opportunities available to students @ Guelph.
CSR / SUSTAINABILITY RELATED SCHOLARSHIP AND INTERNSHIP WEBSITES
Aga Khan Foundation Canada
As part of the world-wide Aga Khan Development Network, the Foundation supports social development projects designed to benefit the poor in Africa and Asia without regard to race, religion or political affiliation.
In partnership with business and higher education, AIESEC, the largest student organization in the world, offers a Global Internship Program to provide work experiences in the business, technical, and development sectors for over 91 countries and territories.
Canadian, American, and International Internships
Search for national and international internship programs according to your own particular field of interest, from environmental to medical/technological to humanitarian and developmental.
Canadian Bureau for International Education
International Youth Internship program provides variety of positions for 6 months duration in the fields of policy research, public relations, and social work.
Center for a New American Dream
Offers various internships working with individuals, communities, and institutions to establish sustainable practices that will ensure a healthy planet for future generations.
Foreign Affairs Canada
Information on International Youth Programs for traveling and working abroad in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Africa.
Ontario Internship Program
Ontario government initiative aimed towards developing the workforce of public service professionals by hiring grads for two year internship positions in a variety of business areas.
Student Work Abroad Programme (SWAP)
SWAP provides opportunities for Canadians between 18-35 with a chance to work abroad. Services provided include obtaining the work visa, arranging your travel, and assistance with accommodations and resources upon arrival
Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars
Provides internship opportunities in areas of business, law, and public policy in Washington D.C., with agencies and organizations that drive North American integration, including the World Bank, NAFTA Secretariat, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Homeland Security and many more.
Women In Leadership Foundation
A non-profit organization aimed at promoting the advancement of women in leadership positions, the Foundation coordinates a Leadership Development Program which offers coop and internship placements with employers where they can further develop their leadership skills.
VALUABLE LINKS TO RESOURCES @ GUELPH
The Connection Centre supports student life and activities at UoG. They are located on Level 3 of the University Centre provides essential links and information.
Centre for International Programs provides support to students and academics at University of Guelph with international education and research activities.