Practicum and Internships
Trades Training BC is a consortium of 15 public post-secondary educational institutions created to promote trades training in British Columbia.
ITA manages over one-hundred trades programs in BC, forty-nine of which are Red Seal.
NDIT provides a variety of internship programs for Northern and Central British Columbian local governments.
EPBC Provides academic credit by combining classroom-based education with a paid, practical work experience.
Co-op Programs supply employers with emerging talent, while empowering students to integrate paid, relevant work experience with their academic programs.
A youth employment initiative providing work experience and on-the-job training for First Nations and Inuit Youth.
Provides a variety of Work Experience Programs and Co-Op Programs.
Mitacs Career Connect provides meaningful work experience for young graduates while helping companies find the talent they need to grow their business.
This program is designed to support hiring organizations by offering a wage subsidy for eligible interns.
Provides a variety of Internship programs for clean tech and natural resource sectors.
The program provides a wage subsidy of 50% (to a maximum of $15,000) to help employers anywhere in Canada hire the talent they need and help increase the supply of highly qualified professionals in the environmental sector.
Provides up to 50% (to a maximum of $5,000) of a work term student’s pay in wage subsidies to employers. Employers that hire students from underrepresented groups including women in STEM, indigenous students, recent immigrants, persons with disabilities, and first-year students may also qualify for additional funding (up to 70% or $7,000).
A wage subsidy initiative to help recent graduates in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) acquire work experience in STEM positions with an environmental focus.