Advanced Service Learning
Advanced service learning opportunities (commonly referred to as internships) are individual placements open to PCJ students in the fall and winter semesters.
- These opportunities are different from the group-placements offered through PCJ362H: Service Learning.
- To be eligible to participate, students must have completed PCJ260Y1. Successful applicants will be enrolled in PCJ499H1F/S and will receive 0.5 FCE. All positions are unpaid.
- To apply, refer to the instructions specified in each posting and copy email@example.com in your email.
- Please note that applications are considered on a rolling basis, so early applications are strongly encouraged.
PCJ499H INTERNSHIPS NOW OPEN FOR WINTER 2023
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