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ProgramDescription of WILFinancial CommitmentTime CommitmentSemester(s) AvailableContactWebsiteInstitution
Accounting, Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)Students are capable of maintaining accounting records, preparing financial statements and tax schedules, and using accounting software. Student positions have included: Operations and Joint Venture Accountant, Accounts Payable Accountant, Junior Accountant, and Tax Technician. Graduates of this program will meet requirements for entry into the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation program.Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
Accounting, CertificateIn this capstone course, students from different disciplines work collaboratively to apply classroom knowledge and diverse viewpoints to a challenge faced by a business or community organization. Combining their disciplinary perspectives for broader context, students will investigate and analyze the problem before presenting a solution. By adding a service-learning component that strengthens community ties, the course allows teams to showcase applied learning and technical skills in a project that expands the individual student’s workplace insights while also forging business connections.Unpaid5 to 10 Hours
15 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Grace McKennaWebsiteSAIT
Addiction studies, DiplomaThis practicum course provides opportunity to integrate theory into professional practice. In this course, learners work within inter-disciplinary teams to develop skills and intervention strategies to provide services for clients and communities. In addition, learners are given the opportunity to evaluate their practicum activities to the scope of practice found in the Canadian Addictions Counsellors Certification Federation (CACCF) competency profile. Learners integrate the holistic cultural approaches in support of Indigenous and special populations in recovery.Unpaid180 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Marina HaiWebsiteBow Valley College
Addiction studies, DiplomaIn this course, learners build on previous learning and practice to develop advanced addiction services skills. The practicum placement provides further opportunity to integrate theory into increasingly independent professional practice. Learners work within inter-disciplinary teams to develop advanced skills and intervention strategies for clients and communities. In addition, learners are given the opportunity to compare their practicum activities to the scope of practice found in the Canadian Addictions Counsellors Certification Federation (CACCF) competency profile. Leaners integrate the holistic cultural approaches in support of Aboriginal and special populations in recovery.Unpaid180 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Marina HaiWebsiteBow Valley College
Administrative Information Management, DiplomaThis four-week practicum offers you the opportunity to apply the program skills and knowledge you have gained in an industry environment. Potential work experience placements in diverse industries like transportation, petroleum and energy, finance, education, government, engineering, construction and non-profit provide you with real-world experience.Unpaid160 Hours
4 Weeks

May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Ruby BrarWebsiteSAIT
Administrative professional, CertificateIn this Field Placement course, learners in the administrative professional program can transition from the academic to the professional world by applying skills learned in previous courses to real-world projects and activities. Learners have the opportunity to deepen their understanding of being a professional and learn about current workplace expectations while connecting with community and industry partners.Unpaid150 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Meenu SharmaWebsiteBow Valley College
Advanced 3D animation and 3D modelling, DiplomaThe last of four sequential final project-based courses for 3ADP, the goals of this class are to synthesize outcomes from the previous final project courses to create their final version of a professionally marketable reel and to finalize preparations for job applications. The course also covers such pertinent topics as labour law, creating a professional website, and marketing oneself to prospective employers. Throughout this course students will engage with an industry partner to create a marketable version of a professionally reel that meets their needs.Unpaid75 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Contact TBDWebsiteBow Valley College
Advanced film production, DiplomaN/AUnpaid75 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Contact TBDWebsiteBow Valley College
Advanced game development, DiplomaThe last of four sequential final project courses where students focus on fixing bugs, polishing, and presenting their games. Students will have a chance to network with and showcase their games to working industry professionals. Throughout this course, students will engage with an industry partner to create a real-life product and also develop marketing material to help promote their games and create a resume and portfolio while seeking employment.Unpaid75 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Contact TBDWebsiteBow Valley College
Advanced visual fx virtual production, DiplomaN/AUnpaid75 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Contact TBDWebsiteBow Valley College
Ancient and Medieval History, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Anthropology (Bachelor of Science), Bachelor of ScienceCo-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Anthropology, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Anthropology, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Anthropology, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Archaeology (Bachelor of Science), Bachelor of ScienceCo-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Archaeology, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Archaeology, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Archaeology, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Art History, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Arts, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Bachelor of Applied Business Administration, Applied degreeIn this course, students will synthesize the academic learning acquired over the course of their Bachelor of Applied Business Administration (Accounting) degree program with hands on experience in industry. Its purpose is to provide you with an opportunity to apply the skills and theory that you have acquired from your previous classes and to learn more about the strategy of your current organization and the dynamic forces of the industry in which it competes. Additionally, this course will focus on competencies that combine critical underlying knowledge with the skills and professional values deemed essential for professional accountants.Min. Wage ($15/hr)480 Hours
15 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Joey PostWebsiteSAIT
Bachelor of Applied Technology Petroleum Engineering, Applied DegreeUnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
Unknown

Contact TBDWebsiteSAIT
Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor degreeIn this course, students will synthesize the academic learning acquired over the course of their BBA degree program with hands on experience in industry. Through a series of projects that draw from the various disciplines within the program, students will have an opportunity to reflect, research, analyze, evaluate, and recommend solutions to real world business problems within an existing business. In so doing, students will have an opportunity to showcase their achievement of the BBA program outcomes.Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
15 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Joey PostWebsiteSAIT
Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor degreeThis course integrates and further develops the Program Outcomes of the BBA program. Students will work individually and collaboratively on a series of activities and simulations which draw from the multiple disciplines within the program to research, analyze, evaluate, and recommend solutions to business problems. The program culminates in the completion of a strategic and operating business start-up plan.Unpaid15 Hours
15 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Gursher PannuWebsiteSAIT
Behavioural Science, DegreeStudents complete a supervised field placement of 125 hours with a community or social agency closely related to the student’s interest and/or future plans. Readings, written assignments and group meetings will help students reflect on and integrate knowledge with practical experience.Unpaid125 Hours
12 Weeks


Sep-Dec
Kim McLachlanWebsiteAmbrose
Behavioural Science, DegreeStudents continue a supervised field placement of an additional 125 hours with a community or social agency closely related to the student’s interest and/or future plans. Seminars will focus on the relationship between ethical issues and practical issues and models of ethical decision-making as related to the behavioural sciences.Unpaid125 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Kim McLachlanWebsiteAmbrose
Behavioural Science, DegreeStudents complete 200 hours in a supervised field placement with the Flourishing Congregations Institute. This course includes a range of hands-on research training and application experiences, such as conducting literature reviews, designing testing instruments, gathering empirical data, analyzing empirical data, and communicating research data and analysesUnpaid200 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Kim McLachlanWebsiteAmbrose
Biochemistry, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Biochemistry, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Biology, Bachelor of Science - Biology (4 year)ProjectUnpaidN/A Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Odelia ChanWebsiteSt. Mary's University
Biology, DegreeA field placement to be arranged with a local business, non-profit agency, or other community partner, in which students apply their biological knowledge and/or laboratory and research skills in the workplace.Unpaid100 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Kim McLachlanWebsiteAmbrose
Biology, DegreeA field placement to be arranged with a local business, non-profit agency, or other community partner, in which students apply their chemistry knowledge and/or laboratory and research skills in the workplace.Unpaid100 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Kim McLachlanWebsiteAmbrose
Biology, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Biology, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Biomedical Engineering, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Biomedical Engineering, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Broadcast Media Studies, Bachelor of Communication (BCMM)Students learn the skills and theory necessary to perform at a high level in today's media industries. The Broadcast Media Studies degree covers writing, presentation, and production in this creative field. Areas of study include production and writing for digital audio and video, media marketing, social media strategy and management and performance.Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks

May-Aug
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
Business Administration - Accounting, DegreeAn exploration of creativity and innovation processes from ideation to problem solution and implementation. The course develops an entrepreneurial mindset through design thinking, creativity exercises, creative problem-solving strategies, and other approaches. Highly practical in nature, this course develops habits of thought that promote initiative, responsibility, and empowering passion.UnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
Unknown

Kyle AgbingWebsiteAmbrose
Business Administration - Accounting, DegreeThis course is a challenging advanced management course for the undergraduate business student. Students will be exposed to theories, concepts, tools and skills that are used in strategy formulation and implementation. Students will develop analytical thinking through defining core activities that a business focuses on, identifying clients/customers that a business serves, and creating value in what a business offers. Students will be challenged to integrate knowledge they have gained from other business core courses and apply their accumulated knowledge to business case studies. A holistic approach to identifying organizational problems and opportunities will be developed along with the ability to focus specifically on the functional and business levels in implementing the strategies.UnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
Unknown

Kyle AgbingWebsiteAmbrose
Business Administration - Business Intelligence and Analytics, DegreeAn exploration of creativity and innovation processes from ideation to problem solution and implementation. The course develops an entrepreneurial mindset through design thinking, creativity exercises, creative problem-solving strategies, and other approaches. Highly practical in nature, this course develops habits of thought that promote initiative, responsibility, and empowering passion.UnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
Unknown

Kyle AgbingWebsiteAmbrose
Business Administration - Business Intelligence and Analytics, DegreeThis course is a challenging advanced management course for the undergraduate business student. Students will be exposed to theories, concepts, tools and skills that are used in strategy formulation and implementation. Students will develop analytical thinking through defining core activities that a business focuses on, identifying clients/customers that a business serves, and creating value in what a business offers. Students will be challenged to integrate knowledge they have gained from other business core courses and apply their accumulated knowledge to business case studies. A holistic approach to identifying organizational problems and opportunities will be developed along with the ability to focus specifically on the functional and business levels in implementing the strategies.UnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
Unknown

Kyle AgbingWebsiteAmbrose
Business Administration - Human Resources and Organizational Development, DegreeAn exploration of creativity and innovation processes from ideation to problem solution and implementation. The course develops an entrepreneurial mindset through design thinking, creativity exercises, creative problem-solving strategies, and other approaches. Highly practical in nature, this course develops habits of thought that promote initiative, responsibility, and empowering passion.UnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
Unknown

Kyle AgbingWebsiteAmbrose
Business Administration - Human Resources and Organizational Development, DegreeThis course is a challenging advanced management course for the undergraduate business student. Students will be exposed to theories, concepts, tools and skills that are used in strategy formulation and implementation. Students will develop analytical thinking through defining core activities that a business focuses on, identifying clients/customers that a business serves, and creating value in what a business offers. Students will be challenged to integrate knowledge they have gained from other business core courses and apply their accumulated knowledge to business case studies. A holistic approach to identifying organizational problems and opportunities will be developed along with the ability to focus specifically on the functional and business levels in implementing the strategies.UnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
Unknown

Kyle AgbingWebsiteAmbrose
Business Administration - Human Resources and Organizational Development, DegreeAn exploration of human resource management strategies with two central themes: systematic, strategic thought about managing an organization’s human assets, and practical implementation of human-resources policies to achieve competitive advantage. Adopting the strategic perspective of a general manager, the course addresses topics including reward systems, performance management, high-performance human resource systems, training and development, recruitment, retention, equal employment opportunity laws, work-force diversity, and union-management relationships.UnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
Unknown

Kyle AgbingWebsiteAmbrose
Business Administration - Marketing, DegreeAn exploration of creativity and innovation processes from ideation to problem solution and implementation. The course develops an entrepreneurial mindset through design thinking, creativity exercises, creative problem-solving strategies, and other approaches. Highly practical in nature, this course develops habits of thought that promote initiative, responsibility, and empowering passion.UnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
Unknown

Kyle AgbingWebsiteAmbrose
Business Administration - Marketing, DegreeThis course is a challenging advanced management course for the undergraduate business student. Students will be exposed to theories, concepts, tools and skills that are used in strategy formulation and implementation. Students will develop analytical thinking through defining core activities that a business focuses on, identifying clients/customers that a business serves, and creating value in what a business offers. Students will be challenged to integrate knowledge they have gained from other business core courses and apply their accumulated knowledge to business case studies. A holistic approach to identifying organizational problems and opportunities will be developed along with the ability to focus specifically on the functional and business levels in implementing the strategies.UnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
Unknown

Kyle AgbingWebsiteAmbrose
Business Administration - Marketing, DegreeAn integration of all the conceptual areas in the marketing discipline. The course will explore the analytical, planning, and communication skills required of successful marketing managers amidst demanding customers, fast-changing technologies, increasing global competition, and social changes in global markets. It will emphasize practical marketing planning, along with the development and implementation of marketing strategies.UnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
Unknown

Kyle AgbingWebsiteAmbrose
Business Administration, DiplomaIn this capstone course, students from different disciplines work collaboratively to apply classroom knowledge and diverse perspectives to a challenge faced by a business or community organization. Combining their disciplinary perspectives for broader context, students will investigate and analyze the problem before presenting a solution. By adding a service-learning component that strengthens community ties, the course allows teams to showcase applied learning and technical skills in a project that expands the individual student’s workplace insights while also forging business connections.UnpaidTBD Hours
15 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Contact TBDWebsiteSAIT
Business and Entrepreneurship, CertificateIn this capstone course, students from different disciplines work collaboratively to apply classroom knowledge and diverse viewpoints to a challenge faced by a business or community organization. Combining their disciplinary perspectives for broader context, students will investigate and analyze the problem before presenting a solution. By adding a service-learning component that strengthens community ties, the course allows teams to showcase applied learning and technical skills in a project that expands the individual student’s workplace insights while also forging business connections.Unpaid5 to 10 Hours
15 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Grace McKennaWebsiteSAIT
Business Intelligence Data Analysis and Reporting, CertificatePracticum: 320 Hours (Entry level positions such as Business Intelligence Analyst, Business Intelligence Consultant, Data Warehouse Analyst)Min. Wage ($15/hr)320 Hours
8 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Terry O'DwyerWebsiteSAIT
Business Intelligence Data Analysis and Reporting, CertificateCapstone: 80 hoursUnpaid80 Hours
TBD Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Terry O'DwyerWebsiteSAIT
Ceramics, Bachelor of Fine ArtsExplore, develop, and learn strategies for the dissemination of your artworks in collaboration and dialogue with your colleagues. Engage in critical conversations with your classmates on contemporary topics from your own disciplinary perspective. Lay the foundation to grow and sustain an active art-practice and connect to a community post-graduation.UnpaidTBD Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Michelle HousleyWebsiteAlberta University of the Arts
Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Chemical Engineering Technology, DiplomaUnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
Unknown

Contact TBDWebsiteSAIT
Chemical Laboratory Technology, DiplomaUnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
Unknown

Contact TBDWebsiteSAIT
Chemistry, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Chemistry, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Child and youth care, DiplomaLearners begin integrating theory and practice within a community placement. Focus is on professional practice, Child and Youth Care competencies, therapeutic communication, relationship development, and reflective practice. Weekly seminars provide learners the opportunity for discussion and reflection related to their practicum experiences.Unpaid180 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Tulip RaslanWebsiteBow Valley College
Child and youth care, DiplomaLearners continue integrating theory and practice within a community placement. Focus is on application of theory within the context of a Child and Youth Care Counsellor. Professional practice, communication, self, theoretical knowledge, and assessment and intervention will be examined. Weekly seminars provide learners opportunity to integrate and reflect upon their educational, personal, and professional experiences.Unpaid180 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Tulip RaslanWebsiteBow Valley College
Child and youth care, DiplomaLearners advance their integration of theory and practice within a community placement. Throughout the term, learners apply critical theory to their practicum experience in preparation of the transition from student to practitioner. Weekly seminars provide learners opportunity to apply the Child and Youth Care competencies to their professional practice.Unpaid285 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Tulip RaslanWebsiteBow Valley College
Christian Studies, DegreeA field placement to be arranged with a local business, non-profit agency, religious organization, or other community partner, in which students apply their biblical and theological knowledge and/or their analytical, research, and communication skills in the workplace.Unpaid100 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Kim McLachlanWebsiteAmbrose
Civil Engineering, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Civil Engineering, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Cloud computing, Post-Diploma CertificateStudents will connect with an industry partner through capstone projects, consulting projects, cooperative education, internships and professional/clinical/practice/field experience/practica. This course presents learners with the opportunity to apply their skills in a simulated or actual workplace. Project work in this course needs to be of sufficient scope and depth to address a clear majority of the course competencies.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Contact TBDWebsiteBow Valley College
Communication and Media Studies, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Communication and Media Studies, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Communication and Media Studies, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Computational Media Design, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Computational Media Design, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Computer Information Systems, Bachelor of Computer Information Systems (BCIS)Students' capabilities include: database design, web and application development, user and network support, object-oriented design and development, systems implementation, and software testing. Students have held positions such as Database Analyst, Web Developer, Software and Application Developer, Systems Analyst, Business Analyst and Deskside Support among others.Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
Computer Science, Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)Not on WebsiteMin. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
Computer Science, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Computer Science, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Cyber Security Analyst, Post-Diploma CertificateOn-going mentorship/workplace job training (Positions such as Security Consultant, Security Analyst, Cyber Operations Analyst or Risk Analyst.)Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
52 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Terry O'DwyerWebsiteSAIT
Cyber Security for Control Systems, Post-Diploma CertificateCapstone: 60 hoursUnpaid60 Hours
2 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Cybersecurity, Post-Diploma CertificateIn this course, learners gain hands-on experience through a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) project that incorporates the knowledge, skills, and attitudes gained through the Cybersecurity Post Diploma. Learners apply their skills to a workplace setting while gaining valuable experience in the areas of applied research and client communication. The work completed by learners needs to be sufficient in scope and depth to address a clear majority of the program outcomes.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Contact TBDWebsiteBow Valley College
Data Analytics, Post-Diploma CertificateCapstone: 48 hoursUnpaid48 Hours
1 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Data management and analytics, Post-Diploma CertificateWorking alone or in a small team, students research, design, develop, and implement an applied big data analytics research project to satisfy a real organizational or community need. Students are expected to apply all of their knowledge and skills to produce a functioning prototype of their project idea.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Contact TBDWebsiteBow Valley College
Database Administrator, CertificatePracticum: 320 Hours (Entry level positions such as Oracle Database Administrator, Database Developer, Data Analyst or Database Architect.)Min. Wage ($15/hr)320 Hours
8 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Terry O'DwyerWebsiteSAIT
Digital design, DiplomaThis final capstone course provides the opportunity for each learner to plan and design a unique portfolio-ready design piece. Learners will also reflect on the experience and prepare a portfolio submission to be used in the professional world.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Contact TBDWebsiteBow Valley College
Digital design, DiplomaOn-the-job training provides learners with professional work experience during which they apply the practical skills, knowledge, and attitudes developed in the program. In consultation with a faculty advisor, each learner conducts a job search and secures a part-time position in the industry. Learners will work 3 days per/week as part of a team and continue to develop their technical skills as a junior designerStipend ($500 - $999)360 Hours
14 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Dan OlesenWebsiteBow Valley College
Digital design, DiplomaOn-the-job training provides learners with professional work experience during which they apply the practical skills, knowledge, and attitudes developed in the program. In consultation with a faculty advisor, each learner conducts a job search and secures a part-time position in the industry. Learners will work 3 days per/week as part of a team and continue to develop their technical skills as a junior designerStipend ($500 - $999)360 Hours
14 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Dan OlesenWebsiteBow Valley College
Digital design, DiplomaOn-the-job training provides learners with professional work experience during which they apply the practical skills, knowledge, and attitudes developed in the program. In consultation with a faculty advisor, each learner conducts a job search and secures a part-time position in the industry. Learners will work 3 days per/week as part of a team and continue to develop their technical skills as a junior designerStipend ($500 - $999)360 Hours
14 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Dan OlesenWebsiteBow Valley College
Digital marketing, Post-Diploma CertificateThis capstone course brings together integrated digital marketing and the business world where graduates apply their skills. Success in this course and with the host client depends upon the professional presentation of marketing plans, personal portfolios, and product team portfolios. Learners work in real-world business environments and focus on strategy, promotion, and entrepreneurial endeavors.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Contact TBDWebsiteBow Valley College
Disability studies, CertificateThis practicum gives learners the opportunity to begin integrating theory and practice in the provision of support services to people with disabilities. Learners are placed in community and agency settings and supervised by agency staff. Weekly seminars provide opportunity for reflection and the integration of theory and practice.Unpaid135 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Meenu SharmaWebsiteBow Valley College
Disability studies, DiplomaThis practicum gives learners the opportunity to begin integrating theory and practice in the provision of support services to people with disabilities. Learners are placed in community and agency settings and supervised by agency staff. Weekly seminars provide opportunity for reflection and the integration of theory and practice.Unpaid135 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Meenu SharmaWebsiteBow Valley College
Disability studies, DiplomaIn this course learners work with people with disabilities across the life span. The focus is on exploring the diverse roles that practitioners are responsible for in their day-to-day work with people and communities. Learners engage in planning activities that integrate multiple aspects of the lives of people with disabilitieUnpaid135 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Meenu SharmaWebsiteBow Valley College
Disability studies, DiplomaThis course consists of hands-on experience in an agency providing services to people with disabilities. The practicum enables learners to apply the theory, principles, and techniques to the service setting. Learners follow an area of interest by completing a capstone project that focuses knowledge, experience, research, and analysis of an area identified with the agency. Weekly seminars provide opportunity for reflection and the exploration of theory and practice.Unpaid135 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Meenu SharmaWebsiteBow Valley College
Drawing, Bachelor of Fine ArtsExplore, develop, and learn strategies for the dissemination of your artworks in collaboration and dialogue with your colleagues. Engage in critical conversations with your classmates on contemporary topics from your own disciplinary perspective. Lay the foundation to grow and sustain an active art-practice and connect to a community post-graduation.UnpaidTBD Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Michelle HousleyWebsiteAlberta University of the Arts
Early childhood education and development, CertificateThis introductory practicum course provides learners with an opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge to experience gained in authentic early learning settings. In the practicum experience, learners build responsive relationships within the early childhood community. Learners observe and work with young children, using developmentally appropriate care, play, and learning practices. Learners document their observations and reflections throughout the course to demonstrate their growth and understanding of the material. Additionally, learners adhere to ethical and regulatory guidelines and demonstrate compliance in their practice.Unpaid152 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Saba Al-khazrajiWebsiteBow Valley College
Early childhood education and development, DiplomaThis introductory practicum course provides learners with an opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge to experience gained in authentic early learning settings. In the practicum experience, learners build responsive relationships within the early childhood community. Learners observe and work with young children, using developmentally appropriate care, play, and learning practices. Learners document their observations and reflections throughout the course to demonstrate their growth and understanding of the material. Additionally, learners adhere to ethical and regulatory guidelines and demonstrate compliance in their practice.Unpaid152 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Saba Al-khazrajiWebsiteBow Valley College
Early childhood education and development, DiplomaThis second semester practicum course prepares learners to apply play-based skills and early childhood development theories to their practice under the guidance of a practicum instructor and a designated mentor. Adhering to early childhood research and the guidelines from Alberta’s Early Learning Framework, learners critically consider aspects of their role as an early childhood educator, a co-learner, a co-researcher, and a co-imaginer, including observing, documenting, planning learning experiences, working with families, building relationships, maintaining health, safety, and nutrition standards. This practicum provides a combination of practical experience in an early childhood setting and weekly integrated seminars. Learners must complete 200 practicum hours and 45 hours of seminar in addition to practicum experiential learning activities to meet the requirement for Provincial certification purposes.Unpaid200 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Saba Al-khazrajiWebsiteBow Valley College
Early childhood education and development, DiplomaLearners apply outdoor pedagogical theories to practice, under the supervision of the college practicum supervisor and a designated workplace mentor. The theories include land-based learning through the lens of Indigenous perspectives. This practicum focuses on observation and documentation, reflective practice, and emergent curriculum within the context of outdoor pedagogy. In addition, learners reflect on their observation and create documentation, which makes learning visible for children, educators, families, and communities. The practicum is a combination of practical experience at a community work site and integrated class seminars.Unpaid200 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Saba Al-khazrajiWebsiteBow Valley College
Early childhood education and development, DiplomaIn the final practicum placement, learners have the opportunity to further develop their reflective teaching practices. This practicum focuses on reflective learning and topics include the mighty learner and connecting with the child, family and community. Learners have the opportunity to research a topic of their choice pertaining to keeping their passion alive for early childhood education. This capstone course demonstrates their understanding of the program objectives.Unpaid200 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Saba Al-khazrajiWebsiteBow Valley College
East Asian Language Studies, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
East Asian Studies, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Economics, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Economics, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Economics, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Economics, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Education assistant, CertificateThis is a two-part course that consists of a weekly 2-hour seminar and a total of 180 hours of practicum experience in local schools. The weekly seminars provide an opportunity to discuss practicum experiences. The practicum section of this course is designed to give the student an opportunity to begin practicing as an education assistant and to make further connections between theory and practice.Unpaid180 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Tulip RaslanWebsiteBow Valley College
Electrical and Computer Engineering, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Electrical and Computer Engineering, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Electrical and Computer Engineering, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Electrical Engineering Technology, DiplomaUnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
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Electronics Engineering Technology, DiplomaUnknownTBD Hours
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Energy Asset Management, DiplomaUnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
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English, Bachelor of Arts - English (3 or 4 year)InternshipUnpaid60 Hours
12 Weeks

May-Aug
Odelia ChanWebsiteSt. Mary's University
English, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
English, DegreeA field placement to be arranged with a local business, non-profit agency, or other community partner, in which students apply their literary knowledge and/or writing skills in the workplace.Unpaid100 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Kim McLachlanWebsiteAmbrose
English, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
English, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
English, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Entrepreneurship social responsibility, Diploma (2 year)ProjectUnpaidN/A Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Odelia ChanWebsiteSt. Mary's University
Environmental Design, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Environmental Design, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Environmental Engineering, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Environmental Science, Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)Students develop and implement strategies to help companies meet regulatory needs, reduce environmental impact, promote sustainable development, and increase profits by reusing, reducing, recycling and remanufacturing. Positions in air, water, waste and reclamation may include: Research Assistant, Lab Technician, and Field Technician or Technologist. Graduates may apply for entrance into the Alberta Institute of Agrologists as an agrologist in training.Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks


Sep-Dec
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
Environmental Technology, DiplomaUnknownTBD Hours
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Explore Microplacements Program (co-curricular), N/AShort-term project or job shadow opportunities. Meant to provide students and organizations with bite-sized opportunity to engage one another.Unknown30 Hours
TBD Weeks
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Contact TBDWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Fibre, Bachelor of Fine ArtsExplore, develop, and learn strategies for the dissemination of your artworks in collaboration and dialogue with your colleagues. Engage in critical conversations with your classmates on contemporary topics from your own disciplinary perspective. Lay the foundation to grow and sustain an active art-practice and connect to a community post-graduation.UnpaidTBD Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Michelle HousleyWebsiteAlberta University of the Arts
Film and Video Production, Diploma420 Hours (Entry level position)Min. Wage ($15/hr)420 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Film and Video Production, DiplomaPracticum: 50 HoursUnpaid50 Hours
1 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Film Studies, Bachelor of Film Studies (BFS)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Finance, Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)Students are capable of working in a variety of organizations and industries, in roles which require financial planning, analysis and advising, and conducting financial modelling and other data analysis. Through coursework, students can earn the Bloomberg Market Concepts certification. Students completing the Financial Services Concentration complete courses required for the CFP® designation. The Financial Analysis Concentration has been admitted to the CFA Institute® University Affiliation Program which confirms that the program incorporates a significant portion of the CFA Program Candidate Body of Knowledge®.Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
Foundation in entertainment arts, CertificateThis course will focus on working with industry on a real-life application for the creation of: sculptures of quadrupeds, mammals, and other animals. Students will have the opportunity to explore animal sculptural compositions from sketches, drawings, small 3-D models and finished scaled-up sculptures in clay and plaster. Both anatomical realism and abstracted gestural movement will be explored. Professional aspects of design, finish, and personal style for portfolio solutions will be examined. The results of this course will be used to create a portfolio for graduates as they seek employment or access to more advanced programming.Unpaid75 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Contact TBDWebsiteBow Valley College
French, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Gender and Sexuality Studies, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
General Management, Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)Not on WebsiteMin. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
General Studies , DegreeAn interdisciplinary introduction to the theory and practice of community service learning. Students will explore concepts of community and engagement, considering the relationship between theory, research, and practice. Topics will include community involvement, citizenship, and social responsibility. Students will also engage in a minimum of 30 hours of community service learning, practicing the skills of community engagement with local non-profit organizations and reflecting on their experiences.Unpaid30 Hours
12 Weeks


Sep-Dec
Kim McLachlanWebsiteAmbrose
General Studies , DegreeAn experiential learning course in which students apply theories of community engagement through diverse community service learning projects. Students will be introduced to the principles and practices of community assessment as a way of understanding both the needs and opportunities present in their local community. Students will also engage in a minimum of 30 hours of community service learning, practicing the skills of community engagement with local non-profit organizations and reflecting on their experiences.Unpaid30 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Kim McLachlanWebsiteAmbrose
General Studies, Bachelor of Arts - General Studies (3 year)InternshipUnpaid60 Hours
12 Weeks

May-Aug
Odelia ChanWebsiteSt. Mary's University
Geography (Bachelor of Science), Bachelor of ScienceCo-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Geography (Course-Based), MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Geography, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Geography, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Geography, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Geomatics Engineering, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Geomatics Engineering, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Geosciences, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Geosciences, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Glass, Bachelor of Fine ArtsExplore, develop, and learn strategies for the dissemination of your artworks in collaboration and dialogue with your colleagues. Engage in critical conversations with your classmates on contemporary topics from your own disciplinary perspective. Lay the foundation to grow and sustain an active art-practice and connect to a community post-graduation.UnpaidTBD Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Michelle HousleyWebsiteAlberta University of the Arts
Global Development Studies, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Government of Alberta Health Care Aide, CertificateDuring this clinical placement you will experience the role of the health care aide by working under the direction of a regulated health-care professional. You will have the opportunity to work in a continuing care setting such as home care, supportive living (designated supportive living or DSL), senior lodges, long term care, and group homes. Bow Valley College is licensed to deliver this course as part of the Government of Alberta Health Care Aide Provincial Curriculum 2019.Unpaid80 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Ifeoma AnoduaWebsiteBow Valley College
Government of Alberta Health Care Aide, CertificateDuring the second clinical placement, you will experience the role of the health care aide by working under the direction of a regulated health-care professional. You will have the opportunity to work in a variety of health-care settings such as continuing care or acute care. You will integrate and implement the knowledge you have learned in all your courses 1–7 in the clinical setting. You will provide person-centred care and support for clients and their families; that care is safe, ethical, and respectful. Bow Valley College is licensed to deliver this course as part of the Government of Alberta Health Care Aide Provincial Curriculum 2019Unpaid160 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Ifeoma AnoduaWebsiteBow Valley College
Government of Alberta Health Care Aide, CertificateThis is the final clinical placement course where you will practise the role of the health care aide by working under the direction of a regulated health-care professional and buddied with an unregulated health-care professional. You will work in a variety of health-care settings such as continuing care or acute care. You will integrate and implement the knowledge you have learned throughout the health care aide program, which will guide you in providing person-centred care and support for clients and their families; that care is safe, ethical, and respectful. Bow Valley College is licensed to deliver this course as part of the Government of Alberta Health Care Aide Provincial Curriculum 2019.Unpaid80 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Ifeoma AnoduaWebsiteBow Valley College
Graphic Communications and Print Technology, DiplomaPracticum: 40 hours (5 days)Unpaid40 Hours
1 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Graphic Communications and Print Technology, Diploma45 HoursUnpaid45 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Greek and Roman Studies (Course-based), MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Greek and Roman Studies, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Greek and Roman Studies, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Greek and Roman Studies, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
History (Course-Based), MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
History, Bachelor of Arts - History (3 or 4 year)InternshipUnpaid60 Hours
12 Weeks

May-Aug
Odelia ChanWebsiteSt. Mary's University
History, Bachelor of Arts - History (3 or 4 year)Community-Service LearningUnpaid45 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Odelia ChanWebsiteSt. Mary's University
History, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
History, DegreeA field placement to be arranged with a local museum, historical society, or archive, in which students apply their historical knowledge and skills in the workplace.Unpaid100 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Kim McLachlanWebsiteAmbrose
History, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
History, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Human Resources, Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)Students are capable of participating in all HR functions from the initial job posting through to reference checks, on-boarding, designing and delivering employee training sessions, payroll administration, benefit reviews and compensation analysis. Students have held positions such as: Human Resources Assistant, Junior Recruiter, Compensation and Benefits Assistant, and Learning and Development Assistant. Graduates from this program have the academic foundation to pursue professional designation as a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR).Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
Information Design, Bachelor of Communication (BCMM)Students can produce print and electronic promotional and instructional material, write reports, improve websites, develop brochures and social media strategy, manage content and produce visual identities. Students use visual design, writing and information architecture to produce engaging communication material that is easy to understand. They have held positions such as: Graphic Designer, Communications Coordinator, Technical Writer, Web and e-Learning Designer, Digital Marketing Coordinator, and User Experience Architect.Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks

May-Aug
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
Information Security Analyst, Post-Diploma CertificateCapstone: 48 hoursUnpaid48 Hours
1 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Information Systems Security, Diploma420 Hours (Entry level position like IT Cyber Security Student, Security Advisor- Co-op Student, Information Systems Cyber Security Co-op Student)Min. Wage ($15/hr)420 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Information Systems Security, DiplomaCapstone: 150 Hours (based on course schedule) done in groups of 3-5 students. Topics like penetration testing, vulnerability assessments, ransomeware, encryptionUnpaid150 Hours
8 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Information Technology Services, DiplomaCo-op: 420 Hours (Entry level position like IT Support Intern, IT Co-op student, IT help desk Analyst, Service Desk Intern)Min. Wage ($15/hr)420 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Information Technology Services, Diploma75 hours (based on course schedule) done in groups of 3-5 studentsUnpaid75 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Information technology systems, DiplomaIn this course, learners utilize the skills they have developed throughout the Information Technology Systems diploma to work on a real-world project, gaining the experience they will need to enter the workforce.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Contact TBDWebsiteBow Valley College
Instrumentation Engineering Technology, DiplomaUnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
Unknown

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Integrated Water Management, DiplomaUnknownTBD Hours
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Interdisciplinary therapy assistant, DiplomaLearners apply knowledge and skills in the role of the therapy assistant in a rehabilitation placement. Under the supervision of an occupational and physical therapist, learners will be evaluated based on their ability to demonstrate competencies.Unpaid320 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Tammy LandryWebsiteBow Valley College
Interdisciplinary therapy assistant, DiplomaLearners will apply knowledge and skills in a therapeutic recreation setting while gaining experience in the role of the therapy assistant. Under the supervision of a recreation therapist, learners will be evaluated based on their ability to demonstrate competencies.Unpaid160 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Tammy LandryWebsiteBow Valley College
Interdisciplinary therapy assistant, DiplomaLearners will apply knowledge and skills in a speech-language therapy setting while gaining experience in the role of the therapy assistant. Under the supervision of a speech-language pathologist, learners will be evaluated based on their ability to demonstrate competencies.Unpaid160 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Tammy LandryWebsiteBow Valley College
Interdisciplinary therapy assistant, DiplomaLearners will apply knowledge and skills in a rehabilitation setting to gain experience in the role of the interdisciplinary therapy assistant. Under the supervision of an occupational and/or physical therapist or team of preceptors that also includes recreation therapists and/or speech-language pathologists, learners will be evaluated based on their ability to demonstrate competencies at entry-to-practice.Unpaid200 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Tammy LandryWebsiteBow Valley College
Interior decorating, DiplomaThis course builds on IDEC1999, IDEC2997, and previous learners' experiences through applying skills and knowledge to real-life project(s). Working with industry professionals and clients, learners will integrate professional practices of teamwork and communication to create and present project(s) to stakeholders. Learners demonstrate professional judgment in the role of an interior decorator, analyze and evaluate current industry technologies and incorporate them into the preparation and selling of decorating solutions. While building industry networks and enhancing their resumes and portfolios, learners also reflect on the WIL experience as it relates to professional growth.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Contact TBDWebsiteBow Valley College
International Business Management, Post-Diploma CertificateIn this capstone course, students from different disciplines work collaboratively to apply classroom knowledge and diverse viewpoints to a challenge faced by a business or community organization. Combining their disciplinary perspectives for broader context, students will investigate and analyze the problem before presenting a solution. By adding a service-learning component that strengthens community ties, the course allows teams to showcase applied learning and technical skills in a project that expands the individual student’s workplace insights while also forging business connections.Unpaid5 to 10 Hours
15 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Grace McKennaWebsiteSAIT
International Business, Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)This program is designed to prepare students for participation in the global economy, whether this means establishing a business venture beyond Canadian borders, marketing sales and services internationally, analyzing the international business environment or simply the competitiveness of an organization through co-operation with foreign partners or suppliers.Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
International Indigenous Studies, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
International Professional Program - Business Analysis, Intelligence and Analytics (BAIA) , Certificate in Business Intelligence and Analytics, Certificate in Business Analysis, Certificate in IT Fundamentals, Certificate for Front Line LeadersA WIL in the form of a co-op or practicum will provide our international professional program (IPP) students with the opportunity to learn through a paid work experience and acquire additional knowledge and skills related to career goals. Co-op and practicums allow international students to gain first-hand Canadian work experience, while establishing networks in the workplace to gain future reference for employment opportunities.Unknown400 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Contact TBDWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
International Professional Program - Digital Media and Marketing, Marketing Fundamentals Certificate, Digital Marketing Certificate, Certificate in Front-End Web Development, Certificate in Integrated Digital Media, Certificate for Front Line LeadersA WIL in the form of a co-op or practicum will provide our international professional program (IPP) students with the opportunity to learn through a paid work experience and acquire additional knowledge and skills related to career goals. Co-op and practicums allow international students to gain first-hand Canadian work experience, while establishing networks in the workplace to gain future reference for employment opportunities.Unknown400 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Contact TBDWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
International Relations, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Jewellery and Metals, Bachelor of Fine ArtsExplore, develop, and learn strategies for the dissemination of your artworks in collaboration and dialogue with your colleagues. Engage in critical conversations with your classmates on contemporary topics from your own disciplinary perspective. Lay the foundation to grow and sustain an active art-practice and connect to a community post-graduation.UnpaidTBD Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Michelle HousleyWebsiteAlberta University of the Arts
Journalism And Digital Media, Bachelor of Communication (BCMM)Students develop broad-based communication skills including clear and engaging writing, video production and editing, photography, podcasting, website management and infographic design. Importantly, students are trained to think critically, execute creative projects, and adapt content for a variety of audiences and media. Journalism graduates are hired in roles such as Multimedia Journalist, News Editor, Photographer, Magazine Editor, Social Media Manager, Videographer, Corporate Communicator, Charitable Sector Public Relations Communicator, and Political Staff.Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks

May-Aug
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
Journalism, DiplomaUnder faculty and industry supervision, learners are assigned to actual journalistic responsibilities.UnpaidTBD Hours
4 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Loanne BennerWebsiteSAIT
Justice studies correctional studies specialization, DiplomaThis course gives learners the opportunity to demonstrate applied research, critical reflection, communication, and presentation skills in multifaceted projects that merge academic and intellectual experiences while investigating a social problem within the justice field. Under supervision of a faculty member with industry experience students will present a viable, evidence-based, and practical response to a systemic need that has been identified.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Tulip RaslanWebsiteBow Valley College
Justice studies correctional studies specialization, DiplomaIn the Service Learning Placement learners have the opportunity to participate in meaningful community service with classroom instruction and critical reflection to enrich the learning experience and strengthen communities. This course allows students to work in partnership with a community-based organization to apply their disciplinary knowledge to a challenge identified by the community.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Tulip RaslanWebsiteBow Valley College
Justice studies correctional studies specialization, DiplomaThis course is an applied learning experience in a justice career setting. During this experience learners apply prior course work, challenge their assumptions and problem solve in a real world context. Practicum placements vary in nature from law enforcement and corrections, to non-government and social justice opportunities, building foundational skills in preparation for the recruitment process.Unpaid90 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Tulip RaslanWebsiteBow Valley College
Justice studies general justice specialization, DiplomaThis course gives learners the opportunity to demonstrate applied research, critical reflection, communication, and presentation skills in multifaceted projects that merge academic and intellectual experiences while investigating a social problem within the justice field. Under supervision of a faculty member with industry experience students will present a viable, evidence-based, and practical response to a systemic need that has been identified.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Tulip RaslanWebsiteBow Valley College
Justice studies general justice specialization, DiplomaIn the Service Learning Placement learners have the opportunity to participate in meaningful community service with classroom instruction and critical reflection to enrich the learning experience and strengthen communities. This course allows students to work in partnership with a community-based organization to apply their disciplinary knowledge to a challenge identified by the community.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Tulip RaslanWebsiteBow Valley College
Justice studies general justice specialization, DiplomaThis course is an applied learning experience in a justice career setting. During this experience learners apply prior course work, challenge their assumptions and problem solve in a real world context. Practicum placements vary in nature from law enforcement and corrections, to non-government and social justice opportunities, building foundational skills in preparation for the recruitment process.Unpaid90 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Tulip RaslanWebsiteBow Valley College
Justice studies law enforcement specialization, DiplomaThis course gives learners the opportunity to demonstrate applied research, critical reflection, communication, and presentation skills in multifaceted projects that merge academic and intellectual experiences while investigating a social problem within the justice field. Under supervision of a faculty member with industry experience students will present a viable, evidence-based, and practical response to a systemic need that has been identified.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Tulip RaslanWebsiteBow Valley College
Justice studies law enforcement specialization, DiplomaIn the Service Learning Placement learners have the opportunity to participate in meaningful community service with classroom instruction and critical reflection to enrich the learning experience and strengthen communities. This course allows students to work in partnership with a community-based organization to apply their disciplinary knowledge to a challenge identified by the community.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Tulip RaslanWebsiteBow Valley College
Justice studies law enforcement specialization, DiplomaThis course is an applied learning experience in a justice career setting. During this experience learners apply prior course work, challenge their assumptions and problem solve in a real world context. Practicum placements vary in nature from law enforcement and corrections, to non-government and social justice opportunities, building foundational skills in preparation for the recruitment process.Unpaid90 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Tulip RaslanWebsiteBow Valley College
Kinesiology, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Kinesiology, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Kitchen and bath design, Post-Diploma CertificateThis course provides learners with professional work experience during which they apply the practical skills, knowledge, and attitudes fostered by the kitchen and bath program. In consultation with a faculty advisor, each learner conducts a job search and secures a work experience placement. During the placement, learners record and document their experience and professional development as well as develop both personal and career goals.Unpaid150 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Marina HaiWebsiteBow Valley College
Land Analyst, CertificateUnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
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Contact TBDWebsiteSAIT
Languages and Culture, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Languages, Literatures and Cultures (Course-Based), MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Languages, Literatures and Cultures, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Languages, Literatures and Cultures, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Latin American Studies, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Law and Society, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Legal assistant, DiplomaIn this Field Placement course, learners in the legal assistant program can transition from the academic to the professional world by applying skills learned in previous courses to real-world projects and activities. Learners have the opportunity to deepen their understanding of being a professional and learn about current workplace expectations while connecting with community and industry partners.Unpaid150 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Marina HaiWebsiteBow Valley College
Legal Assistant, DiplomaThe practicum for the Legal Assistant program is a work experience component of four weeks, which you will complete in a legal environment. You will gain this experience following successful completion of all courses in the program. The practicum will be completed after your final semester, bridging academic studies and practical experiential learningUnpaid160 Hours
4 Weeks

May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Linda GardnerWebsiteSAIT
Liberal studies, Bachelor of Arts - Liberal Studies (4 year)InternshipUnpaid60 Hours
12 Weeks

May-Aug
Odelia ChanWebsiteSt. Mary's University
Library Information Technology, DiplomaThis course provides learners with a total of six weeks of practical work experience. The learners will be placed in two different libraries, records or related information management organizations for a period of three weeks each. They will apply their theoretical knowledge in a real world situation.UnpaidTBD Hours
3 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Loanne BennerWebsiteSAIT
Linguistics and Language, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Linguistics, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Linguistics, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Linguistics, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Management and Leadership, CertificateIn this capstone course, students from different disciplines work collaboratively to apply classroom knowledge and diverse viewpoints to a challenge faced by a business or community organization. Combining their disciplinary perspectives for broader context, students will investigate and analyze the problem before presenting a solution. By adding a service-learning component that strengthens community ties, the course allows teams to showcase applied learning and technical skills in a project that expands the individual student’s workplace insights while also forging business connections.Unpaid5 to 10 Hours
15 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Grace McKennaWebsiteSAIT
Marketing, Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)Marketing students blend market, strategic and creative insight to ensure products and campaigns succeed. Drawing from theories of persuasion, market research, branding and design, students have held positions in areas such as market research, marketing and brand management, stakeholder relations, social media management, advertising and event planning.Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
Marketing, CertificateIn this capstone course, students from different disciplines work collaboratively to apply classroom knowledge and diverse viewpoints to a challenge faced by a business or community organization. Combining their disciplinary perspectives for broader context, students will investigate and analyze the problem before presenting a solution. By adding a service-learning component that strengthens community ties, the course allows teams to showcase applied learning and technical skills in a project that expands the individual student’s workplace insights while also forging business connections.Unpaid5 to 10 Hours
15 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Grace McKennaWebsiteSAIT
Master of Fine Arts, MFAGraduate students admitted to the program are guaranteed up to three teaching assistantship contracts in either studio or non-studio classes. Supervised by the instructor of record, the duties and responsibilities of a teaching assistant may include providing lectures or tutorials to students, contributing to lesson planning and course reading preparation, assisting with office hours for student contact, attending weekly meetings with the instructor of record, contributing to the assessment of studio assignments, quizzes, or tests, and participating in critiques. Over a 13-week term, the teaching assistant receives 140 hours of work experience.Unpaid140 Hours
13 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Michelle HousleyWebsiteAlberta University of the Arts
Master of Fine Arts, MFAThe course provides a forum for the anticipated needs of an academic and/or professional career in craft by exploring pedagogical models and methodologies and establishment of a professional practice including related entrepreneurial skills, exhibiting, establishing a studio and community networks. Practical application of pedagogical training is provided in the graduate teaching assistantships and practical application of professional practice activities is provided in Graduate Studio V as the cumulative final studio course in the program.UnpaidTBD Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Michelle HousleyWebsiteAlberta University of the Arts
Master of Fine Arts, MFAIn this course, students are expected to complete, present and defend the thesis project consisting of an exhibition and thesis paper. Working as the artist, the student collaborates with Illingworth Kerr Gallery staff to develop and implement an exhibition plan. The student is responsible for participating in the preparatory and artistic activities associated with the installation and exhibition of their thesis project in the gallery space. In instances where the main gallery is not used for the thesis project, the student performs the same functions in a comparable gallery either on campus or off campus.UnpaidTBD Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Michelle HousleyWebsiteAlberta University of the Arts
Mathematics and Statistics, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Mathematics and Statistics, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Mathematics and Statistics, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Media Arts, Bachelor of Fine ArtsExplore, develop, and learn strategies for the dissemination of your artworks in collaboration and dialogue with your colleagues. Engage in critical conversations with your classmates on contemporary topics from your own disciplinary perspective. Lay the foundation to grow and sustain an active art-practice and connect to a community post-graduation.UnpaidTBD Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Michelle HousleyWebsiteAlberta University of the Arts
Medical office assistant and unit clerk, CertificateIn this course, learners apply the skills learned throughout their program to develop potential solutions to real-world problems faced by industry and community. Learners have the opportunity to demonstrate applied research, critical reflection, communication, and presentation skills while providing a viable, evidence-based, practical response to an identified need.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Marina HaiWebsiteBow Valley College
Medical office assistant and unit clerk, CertificateIn this field placement course, learners in the Medical Office Assistant and Unit Clerk program transition from the academic to the professional world by applying knowledge and skills learned in previous courses to a real-world setting. Learners have the opportunity to deepen their understanding of being a professional and learn about current workplace expectations while connecting with community and industry partners.Unpaid150 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Marina HaiWebsiteBow Valley College
Medical office assistant and unit clerk, CertificateIn this course, learners have the opportunity to participate in meaningful community service along with instruction and critical reflection to enrich the learning experience and strengthen communities. Learners work in partnership with a community-based organization(s) to apply their disciplinary knowledge to a challenge identified by the community.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Marina HaiWebsiteBow Valley College
Military, Security and Strategic Studies, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Military, Security and Strategic Studies, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Music, DegreeA supervised, experiential activity related to the student’s interest and/or future plans in music. The field placement includes a minimum of 100 hours of placement or project activity in a local institution such as a recording studio, research institution, music education facility, or place of worship.Unpaid100 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Kim McLachlanWebsiteAmbrose
Music, DegreeA supervised, experiential activity related to the student’s interest and/or future plans in theatre. The field placement includes a minimum of 100 hours of placement or project activity over 1-2 terms in a local institution such as a theatre company, research or arts administration institution, theatre education facility, or place of worship.Unpaid100 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Kim McLachlanWebsiteAmbrose
Music, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Music, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Music, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Network Systems Specialist, CertificatePracticum: 320 Hours (Entry level positions such as Network Systems Specialist, Network Support Analysts, IT consultants, Network Support Specialists or a wide variety of related careers in the IT field.)Min. Wage ($15/hr)320 Hours
8 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Terry O'DwyerWebsiteSAIT
Network Systems Specialist, CertificateCapstone: 80 hoursUnpaid80 Hours
TBD Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Terry O'DwyerWebsiteSAIT
New Media Production and Design, DiplomaCo-op: 420 Hours (Entry level position like Junior Web Developer, web designer intern, digital signage specialist)Min. Wage ($15/hr)420 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
New Media Production and Design, Diploma96 hoursUnpaid96 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
New Media Production and Design, Diploma75 hours (based on course schedule) done in groups of 3-5 studentsUnpaid75 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Object Oriented Software Development, CertificatePracticum: 320 Hours (Entry positions such as Software Developer, Programmer, Analyst, Systems Analyst, Web Developer or IT Consultant.)Min. Wage ($15/hr)320 Hours
8 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Terry O'DwyerWebsiteSAIT
Painting, Bachelor of Fine ArtsExplore, develop, and learn strategies for the dissemination of your artworks in collaboration and dialogue with your colleagues. Engage in critical conversations with your classmates on contemporary topics from your own disciplinary perspective. Lay the foundation to grow and sustain an active art-practice and connect to a community post-graduation.UnpaidTBD Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Michelle HousleyWebsiteAlberta University of the Arts
Petroleum Engineering Technology, DiplomaUnknownTBD Hours
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Petroleum Land Administration, CertificateUnknownTBD Hours
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Pharmacy technician, DiplomaLearners will apply knowledge and skills during four consecutive weeks in a community pharmacy while gaining experience in all aspects of the pharmacy technician’s role. Learners will be evaluated based on their ability to demonstrate professional national competencies required at entry to practice.Unpaid160 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Tammy LandryWebsiteBow Valley College
Pharmacy technician, DiplomaLearners will apply knowledge and skills during five consecutive weeks in an institutional pharmacy while gaining experience in all aspects of the pharmacy technician’s role. Learners will be evaluated based on their ability to demonstrate professional national competencies required at entry to practice.Unpaid200 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Tammy LandryWebsiteBow Valley College
Philosophy (Course-Based), MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Philosophy, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Philosophy, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Philosophy, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Photography, Bachelor of DesignWorking in a professional setting provides opportunities to apply your skills and knowledge, develop new and valuable ones, as well as gain a deeper understanding of your field of interest and yourself. In this self-directed work-integrated learning experience course, students will propose and complete a field placement related to their studies with the direction of a faculty advisor.Stipend ($500 - $999)120 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Michelle HousleyWebsiteAlberta University of the Arts
Physics and Astronomy, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Physics and Astronomy, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Policy Studies, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Policy Studies students explore a blend of public policy, research, economics, and political science. Students apply their knowledge of governance, economics, trade and politics along with practical skills in policy development, analysis and implementation. In public, private and non-profit sectors, students have worked in Research and Development, Regulatory Affairs, Stakeholder and Government Relations, and Policy Assistant positions.Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks

May-Aug
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
Political Science, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Political Science, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Political Science, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Political Science, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Power and Process Operations, CertificateUnknownTBD Hours
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Power Engineering Technology, DiplomaUnknownTBD Hours
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Practical nurse, DiplomaLearners will implement research skills to provide safe, organized nursing care focusing on activities of daily living, medication administration, and health assessments in a continuing care setting. Working with a variety of health team members and communicating with individuals in care and staff will be a focus.Unpaid120 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Ifeoma AnoduaWebsiteBow Valley College
Practical nurse, DiplomaCritical thinking and reflective practice are emphasized within the framework of the nursing process. Learners will provide holistic care and plan for a client with complex health care issues to transition back into the community. Learners will also develop skills and competencies in interdisciplinary and primary health care models.Unpaid232 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Ifeoma AnoduaWebsiteBow Valley College
Practical nurse, DiplomaIn this course, critical thinking and reflective practice will be emphasized as learners return to the acute care setting to provide holistic care and plan for transition back into the community for clients with complex health care needs. This experience will be used to consolidate knowledge and skills and move toward independent nursing practice.Unpaid120 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Ifeoma AnoduaWebsiteBow Valley College
Practical nurse, DiplomaLearners will work in health care settings and have opportunities to apply knowledge, perform skills, and critically think in a variety of practical situations. They will also have the opportunity to use evidence-informed practice to consolidate knowledge and nursing competencies, as well as apply critical thinking strategies in situations that challenge and nurture a novice nurse.Unpaid264 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Ifeoma AnoduaWebsiteBow Valley College
Pre-employment Electrician, CertificateUnknownTBD Hours
TBD Weeks
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Print Media, Bachelor of Fine ArtsExplore, develop, and learn strategies for the dissemination of your artworks in collaboration and dialogue with your colleagues. Engage in critical conversations with your classmates on contemporary topics from your own disciplinary perspective. Lay the foundation to grow and sustain an active art-practice and connect to a community post-graduation.UnpaidTBD Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Michelle HousleyWebsiteAlberta University of the Arts
Psychology (Bachelor of Science), Bachelor of Science (BSc)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Psychology, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Psychology, DegreeStudents complete 200 hours in a supervised field placement in a Psychology-related field with a partner organization, under the supervision of a Registered PsychologistUnpaid200 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Kim McLachlanWebsiteAmbrose
Psychology, DegreeStudents continue a supervised field placement of an additional 200 hours in a Psychology-related field with a partner organization, under the supervision of a Registered Psychologist.Unpaid200 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Kim McLachlanWebsiteAmbrose
Psychology, DegreeStudents complete 200 hours in a supervised field placement with a community research agency.Unpaid200 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Kim McLachlanWebsiteAmbrose
Public Relations, Bachelor of Communication (BCMM)Students are capable of producing a variety of promotional material including: news releases, media kits, brochures, newsletters and annual reports. Students are able to manage events, implement a communication plan and work with social media, and have been employed in corporate, government, non-profit and agency settings in the following positions: Communications Coordinator, Public Affairs Assistant, and Stakeholder Relations Student.Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks

May-Aug
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
Radio, Television and Broadcast News - Broadcast News Major, DiplomaBroadcast New - 120 hours , TV Majors - 45 hoursUnpaid45 Hours
1.5 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Radio, Television and Broadcast News - Radio Major, Diploma3 weeksUnpaid120 Hours
3 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Recreation therapy aide, CertificatePractice and demonstrate skills within a hands-on setting. For four weeks, a workplace preceptor supervises and guides the learner in the application of skills and knowledge.Unpaid150 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Tammy LandryWebsiteBow Valley College
Religious Studies, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Religious Studies, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Religious Studies, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Sculpture , Bachelor of Fine ArtsExplore, develop, and learn strategies for the dissemination of your artworks in collaboration and dialogue with your colleagues. Engage in critical conversations with your classmates on contemporary topics from your own disciplinary perspective. Lay the foundation to grow and sustain an active art-practice and connect to a community post-graduation.UnpaidTBD Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Sep-Dec
Michelle HousleyWebsiteAlberta University of the Arts
Social Innovation, Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)Students have the ability to design high impact projects as well as plan, implement and analyze programs to affect change within their organizations. Student capabilities include conducting research: analyzing and synthesizing data; implementing engagement strategies; facilitation; systems mapping; policy development, implementation and analysis; stakeholder relations; event and volunteer management. Students may work in the areas of research, program coordination, fund development, community engagement or event management.Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
Social justice and catholic studies, Bachelor of Arts - Social Justice & Catholic studies (4 year)Community-Service LearningUnpaid120 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Odelia ChanWebsiteSt. Mary's University
Social work, DiplomaThis practicum course provides opportunity to integrate theory into direct social work practice. Learners work within inter-disciplinary teams to develop skills and intervention strategies to provide services for clients and communities. Utilizing the Canadian Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice, learners are given the opportunity to evaluate their practicum activities through the use of self-reflection and evidence-based practice.Unpaid335 Hours
16 Weeks

May-Aug
Marina HaiWebsiteBow Valley College
Social work, DiplomaIn this course, learners build on previous learning and practice to develop advanced social work diploma skills. The practicum placement provides further opportunity to integrate theory into increasingly independent professional practice. Learners continue to work within inter-disciplinary teams to develop advanced skills and intervention strategies for clients and communities while adhering to the Canadian Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.Unpaid335 Hours
16 Weeks

May-Aug
Marina HaiWebsiteBow Valley College
Sociology, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Sociology, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Sociology, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Software development, DiplomaLearners strengthen their skills and their knowledge of software development by creating a portfolio piece to prepare for entry into the industry. Research, client communication, and documentation skills are practiced and refined. Advanced elements of software design and development are put into practice. This course will center on a capstone project that incorporates all program learning.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Contact TBDWebsiteBow Valley College
Software development, DiplomaThe work term provides learners with professional work experience during which they apply the practical skills, knowledge, and attitudes developed in the program. In consultation with a faculty advisor, each learner conducts a job search and secures a part-time position in the industry. Learners will work as part of a team, and advance their technical skills as junior developers.Stipend ($500 - $999)360 Hours
14 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Dan OlesenWebsiteBow Valley College
Software development, DiplomaThe work term provides learners with professional work experience during which they apply the practical skills, knowledge, and attitudes developed in the program. In consultation with a faculty advisor, each learner conducts a job search and secures a part-time position in the industry. Learners will work as part of a team, and advance their technical skills as junior developers.Stipend ($500 - $999)360 Hours
14 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Dan OlesenWebsiteBow Valley College
Software development, DiplomaThe work term provides learners with professional work experience during which they apply the practical skills, knowledge, and attitudes developed in the program. In consultation with a faculty advisor, each learner conducts a job search and secures a part time position in the industry. Learners will work as part of a team, and advance their technical skills as junior developers.Stipend ($500 - $999)360 Hours
14 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Dan OlesenWebsiteBow Valley College
Software Development, DiplomaCo-op: 420 Hours (Entry level positions like Software Development Intern, Application Developer co-op, Software Devloper summer student, Junior Front-End Devloper, Junior Full-Stack Developer, Junior QA Analyst)Min. Wage ($15/hr)420 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Software Development, Diplomacourse still in developmentUnpaidN/A Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Autumn HeinzeWebsiteSAIT
Software development, Post-Diploma CertificateLearners strengthen their skills and their knowledge of software development by creating a portfolio piece to prepare for entry into the industry. Research, client communication, and documentation skills are practiced and refined. Advanced elements of software design and development are put into practice. This course centres on a capstone project based on a business problem where teams of learners will address using tools and techniques of their choosing.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Contact TBDWebsiteBow Valley College
Spanish, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Supply Chain Management, Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)Students acquire the ability to manage the flow and transportation of goods from raw materials through to the customer. Students apply knowledge of how companies benefit economically from efficient procurement, physical distribution, transportation, logistics, and customer relations. Potential student positions may include: Supply Chain Intern, Logistics Coordinator, Distribution Assistant, Inventory Control, and Demand Planner.Min. Wage ($15/hr)450 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
MRU Career Services TeamWebsiteMRU
Sustainable Energy Development, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Theatre Studies, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Urban Studies, Bachelor of Arts (BA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Veterinary Medicine, DoctorateTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Veterinary Medicine, MasterTransformative Talent Internship is a skills-based opportunity for Graduate Students to expand on the transferable skills they are developing in their Masters and PhD programs.$25/hr210 Hours
32 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Natalie Wilkinson-HoughtonWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Veterinary office assistant, CertificateIn this course, learners apply the skills learned throughout their program to develop potential solutions to real-world problems faced by industry and community. Learners have the opportunity to demonstrate applied research, critical reflection, communication, and presentation skills while providing a viable, evidence-based, practical response to an identified need.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Marina HaiWebsiteBow Valley College
Veterinary office assistant, CertificateIn this Field Placement course, learners in the veterinary office assistant program can transition from the academic to the professional world by applying knowledge and skills learned in previous courses to real-world projects and activities. Learners have the opportunity to deepen their understanding of being a professional and learn about current workplace expectations while connecting with community and industry partners.Unpaid150 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Marina HaiWebsiteBow Valley College
Veterinary office assistant, CertificateIn this course, learners have the opportunity to participate in meaningful community service along with instruction and critical reflection to enrich the learning experience and strengthen communities. Learners work in partnership with a community-based organization(s) to apply their disciplinary knowledge to a challenge identified by the community.Unpaid45 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Marina HaiWebsiteBow Valley College
Visual Communication, Bachelor of DesignWorking in a professional setting provides opportunities to apply your skills and knowledge, develop new and valuable ones, as well as gain a deeper understanding of your field of interest and yourself. In this self-directed work-integrated learning experience course, students will propose and complete a field placement related to their studies with the direction of a faculty advisor.Stipend ($500 - $999)120 Hours
16 Weeks
Jan-Apr

Michelle HousleyWebsiteAlberta University of the Arts
Visual Studies, Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)Co-operative Education is an optional program that provides students the opportunity to participate in work experiences before graduation. Students complete academic curriculum while integrating three - four, full-time, paid, work terms which may alternate with study terms or be consecutive. Co-op students and Co-op positions must meet faculty requirements.Min. Wage ($15/hr)360 Hours
12 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Arts Co-op TeamWebsiteUniversity of Calgary
Water and Wastewater Treatment Operations, CertificateUnknownTBD Hours
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Web Developer, CertificatePracticum: 320 Hours (Entry level positions such as Web Developer, Web Designer, Webmaster, Intranet Developer and Web Analyst.)Min. Wage ($15/hr)320 Hours
8 Weeks
Jan-Apr
May-Aug
Sep-Dec
Terry O'DwyerWebsiteSAIT
Web Developer, CertificateCapstone: Not ApplicableUnpaidN/A Hours
2 Weeks
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Terry O'DwyerWebsiteSAIT