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Have a research intern 50% funded by Mitacs

How Career Connect works:

  • Eligible company hires a research intern for 6 months, company chooses their intern
  • Student must be a graduate (college, undergraduate, masters or PhD program), be a Canadian Citizen, and under 30 years old
  • Student applies STEM skills in the job
  • Company pays salary between $20,000-$25,000
  • Mitacs reimburses company $10,000 or $12,500 (50% of intern salary)

Eligible organizations:

  • Sole proprietorships,
  • for-profit organizations;
  • non-profits,
  • provincial or municipal government;
  • universities and colleges;
  • non-governmental organizations; or
  • Indigenous organizations

Eligible sector areas:

  • Natural resource sectors, including energy, forests, minerals and metals, and earth sciences
  • Climate change categories, including but not limited to:
    • green manufacturing
    • carbon and climate change mitigation
    • energy efficiency and green building
    • green services
    • renewable/green energy
    • resource conservation
    • environmental protection
    • alternative/sustainable transportation
    • sustainable planning/urban design
    • green retail
    • eco-tourism

Applications

Deadline to apply: Friday, March 30, 2018

For more information: email careerconnect@mitacs.ca or libby.carew@gmail.com or visit https://www.mitacs.ca/en/career-connect.

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