VANCOUVER INTERNSHIPSInternship and work experience programs for international students.
Part 2: Our ProgramsCanadas internship expertsStudent Internship Program (SIP)Unpaid professional internships, starting at 4 weeks.Casual Work Experience Program (CWE)Paid casual jobs, starting at 12 weeks. Resort and city options.Combined Placement Program (CPP)A combination of part-time unpaid professional internship, andpart-time paid casual work. Starting at 16 weeks.Career Development Program (CDP)Stipend-paid professional internships. Starting at 24 weeks.
Part 2: Student Internship ProgramCanadas internship expertsThe Basics Unpaid professional internship Minimum duration of 4 weeks Placements in dozens of elds No requirements for most placements Net fee of $550 (tax included)Why Do Students Take this Program? Improve English in real-life environment Add valuable Canadian experience to their resumes Try out a new industry Cultural Exchange
Part 2: Student Internship ProgramCanadas internship expertsPlacement OptionsAccounting Green TechnologyAdvertising HotelsArchitecture Human ResourcesArts and Culture International TradeBiology / Biotech Law and Legal ServicesBusiness Administration MarketingConstruction Management Mechanical EngineeringEducation MediaElectrical Engineering Network AdministrationEnvironmental Causes Politics and AdvocacyEvents Planning Real EstateFashion Software EngineeringFilm Travel and TourismFinance Web Applications DevelopmentGeneral Office Administration Web DesignGraphic Design And much more
Part 2: Casual Work Experience ProgramCanadas internship expertsThe Basics Divided into City and Resort Options Paid placements at restaurants, cafes, and resorts Minimum duration of 12 weeks No requirements Net fee of $550 (tax included) for Resort, and $650 (taxincluded for City.Why Do Students Take this Program? Improve English in real-life environment Earn money to fund an extended stay Interact with Canadians their age
Part 2: Casual Work Experience ProgramCanadas internship expertsFocus: City Placement Option•Students work between 25 and 35 hours per week•Paid minimum wage•Placement based on workplace•Restaurants, Cafes, Fast Food predominateFocus: Resort Placement Option•Students work an average of 30 hours per week•Paid minimum wage•All placements at hotels in housekeeping or food services•Staff accommodation included at low cost
Part 2: Career Development ProgramCanadas internship expertsThe Basics Stipend paid – at rate of between $200 and $350 per week Paid placements in IT, O ce Admin, and Hospitality Mgmt Minimum duration of 24 weeks 2 years of recent related experience, plus a degree in their eld Net fee of $999 (tax included)Why Do Students Take this Program?Improve English in real-life environmentEarn money to fund an extended stayProve to future employers that they can function in an EnglishenvironmentBuild experience to qualify for a promotion on return home
Part 2: Career Development ProgramCanadas internship expertsPlacement OptionsOffice Administration : Students work in administrative support atservice and manufacturing companies around Metro Vancouver.Most perform secondary duties as well, including logistics,bookkeeping, and marketing.Information Technology : Placements in network administration, web applications development, software engineering, and mobile technology.Hospitality Management : Two streams, one for hospitalitymanagement students, another for culinary arts graduates.
Part 2: Combined Placement ProgramCanadas internship expertsA Combination of SIP and CWE
Part 2: Combined Placement ProgramCanadas internship expertsThe Basics Part time unpaid SIP internship in the morning (avg 30 hrs/week) Part time paid CWE-City placement on evenings and weekends,(avg 16 hrs/week) Minimum duration of 16 weeks Net fee of $850 (tax included)Why Do Students Take this Program?To earn money to subsidize their stay – otherwise unable toa ord an unpaid internship termAdd valuable experience to their resumesTry out a new industry