CSL Internships


The Pathways Assistant will assist the CSL Program & Outreach Lead with the planning and leading of the orientation and facilitation of the CSL Pathways program. Open to ALL University of Alberta undergraduate students who have taken at least one CSL course. The duration of this internship is 7 months (March through August), to be worked at 10 hours per week.


  • working with the CSL Program & Outreach Lead, assist with Pathways program applications (students & community partners)
  • assist both students and community partners with the summer internship application process
  • assist with the Pathways orientation, and any queries about the internship process
  • serve as the Pathways liaison between the students, supervisors/employers and University
  • conduct a minimum of two summer site visits per placement
  • facilitate ‘Making the most of your work experience,’ an online course (eClass) that all Pathways students are required to complete & provide written feedback to students on their assignments and reflections
  • with support from the Director and Evaluation Coordinator, develop and execute an evaluation plan for the Pathways program participants: students and community organizations
  • draft a final report which describes the Pathways program outcomes (including learning outcomes for the students), makes recommendations, and presents a compelling case for funding to continue and expand the program
  • organize an event showcasing Pathways to community partners, the University community and donors
  • with the Director of CSL, prepare an ethics application for research on the learning trajectories and outcomes of the Pathways participants, and set up interview schedules for the Fall


  • current registered UAlberta student in good academic standing (3rd or 4th year)
  • minimum of one CSL course experience 
  • excellent written and oral communication skills
  • ability to be creative and demonstrate initiative
  • understanding of the principles, practices and values of community service-learning
  • experience facilitating learning (group and individual)
  • experience with online learning an asset
  • experience and/or training in program evaluation
  • strong organizational skills including ability to observe project timelines and to work independently 

Applicants must be enrolled in a undergraduate program at the U of A and must convocate NO EARLIER THAN November 2023 to be eligible to apply for this opportunity. International student interns must comply with Canada Immigration & Citizenship regulations. 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, February 17, 2023

QUESTIONS: Jill Flaman, CSL Program & Outreach Lead



The intern will have the opportunity to contribute to the creative work of the Community Service-Learning program through student outreach, social media, advocacy, or special projects. For example, the intern might serve as CSL student representative at university and community events, organize student outreach activities to increase the profile of CSL, and/or contribute to organizing and following up on CSL events. 

The intern will work 10 hours per week for four months of an academic term (September to December or January to April), and will receive $800 per month.


  • Registration as a full-time, undergraduate student at the University of Alberta for the duration of the academic year
  • Successful completion of a minimum of one CSL course placement
  • Good academic standing

DEADLINE: April 21, 2023

QUESTIONS? Please contact flaman@ualberta.ca


Humanities 101 recognizes there are many individuals who do not have access to intentional spaces of critical thinking. We offer free, non-credit, university-level classes to Edmontonians who face economic or social barriers to post-secondary education. Essential to the program is that it is offered at no-cost and provides learning needs. The successful candidate must be able to work alongside and with a diverse group of individuals with varied abilities.


  • Registration as a full-time student at the University of Alberta for the duration of the internship;
  • Requires strong interpersonal, time management and the flexibility to adapt to dynamic environment;
  • Ability to problem solve, be creative and highly-organized;
  • Work independently as well as in a team setting.

*PLEASE NOTE: Applicants must be available Tuesday evenings (6:30-8PM) and Thursday evenings (6:30-8PM) 

Start/end date: September 1 to December 24 with a possibility of extension to April 30.

Hours/salary: 7 hours per week/$21.40 per hour



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