Work Internships

Student Work Experience Internships

An excellent opportunity for students to gain paid and voluntary work experience related to their studies!

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Students:
You may be eligible for a short-duration internship (all work completed from home). 
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What are Work Internships?

Our work internship program matches students with related employers across Canada and internationally, who provide students with short duration projects that can be completed from home. Work Internships can be voluntary or paid. They provide students with excellent work experience related to the students’ field of study, great networking with employers, a reference letter for future job applications and, for paid internships, a stipend or honorarium. Stipends are paid through the Level UP program* at a flat rate of $1400 per project completed. Honoraria are variable and the actual amounts will depend on the employer. Register and login to gain access to our internship opportunities.

* available to students who are Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents or those with an eligible refugee status

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Not Registered Yet?

You must be registered with Q&A Innovations Online to access work internship opportunities.  It’s free for eligible students. We will verify your eligibility within about 48 hours and email you with instructions for how to apply and get on the waitlist for a paid Level UP project. 

Billy W.

Gitwangak, BC

As an Indigenous person, having recently returned to my home community of Gitwangak, BC, I wasn’t sure how I could stay in my community to contribute where I am needed, without sacrificing my education as a part-time student in the UBC indigenous studies program. Contact North BC, in collaboration with Q&A Innovations Online, provided me that opportunity. Read full story...

Zahra A.V.

Student

“I’ve learned how to figure out solutions to real challenges on my own, to work in teams, and be efficient. The project management and teamwork skills I gained were essential for me because I will definitely need them in the future. All of these were incredible benefits that make this program especially valuable for students.”

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