Canadian Government and Politics

  1. The Ontario Progressive Conservative Party accepts applications for their summer internship program. This program provides an opportunity to work with elected representatives while learning more about government and politics.
    http://www.ontariopc.com/OurTeam/Jobs
     
  2. The Ontario Young Liberals Internship Program periodically offers the opportunity to work with elected representatives while learning more about government and politics.
    http://oyl.org/internship/
     
  3. Legislative Assembly of Ontario: OLIP is a paid 10-month non-partisan programme providing Members of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario with qualified intern assistants. In addition to providing practical experience with the daily workings of the Ontario Legislature, OLIP provides Interns the opportunity to supplement their university training through regular academic discussions and by writing an academic paper on a topic of their choice. OLIP is a very competitive program.
    http://olipinterns.ca/
     
  4. Canadian Political Science Association: The Parliamentary Internship Programme is an outstanding work-study experience for Canadian university graduates in all disciplines. Parliamentary interns have the opportunity to work with Members of Parliament on both the Government and Opposition sides of the House of Commons. They also are uniquely positioned to increase their knowledge of Parliament and Canadian politics while acting as an intern.
    https://pip-psp.org/en/internship/objectives
     
  5. The Council of the Federation: The purpose of the Youth Internship Program is to encourage young Canadians to more actively participate in public policy development, public service, government and political life.
    http://canadaspremiers.ca/en/component/content/article/31-root-en/about-features/526-youth-internship-program-2016
     
  6. Jaimie Anderson Internship: Every year, the Jamie Anderson Parliamentary Internship will provide three young Canadians with a four-month (May through August) opportunity to work in the office of a federal Member of Parliament. During the summer, the program will arrange meetings and discussions with people in the news media, politics, and business to help provide a rounded understanding of the political process in and around Parliament Hill.
    http://politics.utoronto.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/How-to-Apply-for-Jaimie-Anderson-Internship.pdf