Science Internship Program

Internships for students studying agricultural, life & environmental sciences

The Science Internship Program offers students in the Faculty of Science, Faculty of ALES and Campus St. Jean the opportunity to participate in 4, 8, 12 or 16 months of work experience. The student internship opportunities are both full time and paid work experience with companies based in Canada. The successful completion of this program leads to a Science Internship Program designation, which appears on each student’s academic transcript and degree parchment.

Is the Science Internship Program right for me?

Through the Science Internship Program, students are able to participate in relevant and valuable work experience as undergraduate students. This program is designed to help students successfully navigate the transition into their first work experience opportunity. In this program, students will develop an understanding of the workplace, further their technical skills, and build valuable industry connections.

SIP Requirements
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Love the idea of pursuing relevant and valuable work as an undergraduate student? Learn more about meeting the requirements for the Science Internship Program!

Program Requirements
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Find all the answers to your questions about participating in the Science Internship Program including how to apply, the SIP timeline, and any documents you may need.

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Students are able to apply for the Science Internship Program three times a year in September, January and May. Our portal is open for 3-4 weeks, allowing time to create a profile on campusBRIDGE and apply for the program.

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Need more information?
Reach out to a Science Internship Program coordinator to have any additional questions answered: