Jobs and Internships for Students
Canadian Embassy Internships
Summer internships are available at the Canadian embassy in Washington, D.C. The program is designed to provide students with an opportunity for involvement in governmental affairs, and to provide a general understanding of the Canada-U.S. bilateral relationship through the dynamics at work in the Embassy.
Canadian Parliamentary Internship Program
The Canadian Parliament Internship Program begins in May and lasts through June of each year. It places students in the offices of members of Parliament—either the House of Commons or the Senate. Initiated by a professor at the University of Michigan, the program is currently directed by Prof. James T. Baker, Department of History, Western Kentucky University.
Parliamentary Internship Programme
Administered by the Canadian Political Science Association, the first group of ten interns in the Parliamentary Internship Programme was selected in 1969. The Programme is not associated with the Government of Canada, nor with any political party.