ALES Mini-Internship Program

The ALES Mini-Internship Program offers a unique opportunity for students to get first-hand learning experience on careers in agriculture, life, and environmental sciences. Twice a year during the Fall and Winter reading weeks, this program matches students with an industry specific organization for a visit and volunteer work. The AMIP also provides engaging virtual presentations from agricultural producers from around the world.

Please note that the program is currently being restructured and may be subject to change. Stay tuned for more information closer to the upcoming Fall 2022 semester.

PROGRAM BENEFITS

  • Gain hands-on experience in the animal science industry.
  • Test a career option you’re interested in before you make a commitment to pursue it. 
  • Make connections and build relationships with a wide range of people to build your professional network.
  • Hear about opportunities (some with funding) to get the most out of your education through studying abroad, volunteering, or getting paid to work.
  • Receive a certificate of attendance to add to your resume.

To register:

  1. Log into your campusBRIDGE student account;
  2. Go to the Career Centre Events & Workshop calendar;
  3. Search for the event and click “Register for this event:”

Register Now

Participant Eligibility
  • Must be a current undergraduate student at the University of Alberta
  • As the program is offered virtually, the following requirements are waived: must be enrolled in, or have previously completed Animal Science (AN SC) 101 (previously Animal Science 200), or have previously participated in the mini-internship
  • There are currently no academic requirements for mini-internships outside of Animal Science
Student Requirements
Students who attend 25 or more sessions will receive a certificate of participation to add to their resume. Please note that attendance will be taken at all sessions.
Audience

Students

Category
Career & Professional Development
Provider
Provost