Applications are invited for CBC/Radio-Canada Internships for the year 2015. Interns must be entering their graduating year or currently in their graduating year are eligible to apply. Internship must be a requirement for graduation.
CBC/Radio-Canada offers a creative and engaging atmosphere that will allow interns to grow and develop, while working for a leader in Canadian broadcasting. Monetary benefits are also an important part of the total compensation package that CBC/Radio-Canada offers. These benefits notably include pension, health and dental plans, and annual leave.
Field of Internship: It offers a creative and engaging atmosphere that will allow you to grow and develop, while working for a leader in Canadian broadcasting. CBC/Radio-Canada provides experienced professionals the opportunity to do what they love alongside the best and the brightest in their fields.
Course Level: Internship
Internship Provider: CBC/Radio-Canada
Internship can be taken at: Canada
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Eligibility: You must be currently enrolled in a Journalism program recognized by CBC/Radio-Canada. Consult your college or university.
-You must be entering your graduating year or currently in your graduating year. Internship must be a requirement for graduation.
-You must not have already interned in an editorial role at the CBC.
-Important: You must be recommended in advance by your program coordinator. Get your internship coordinator’s approval before you apply. You will not be considered unless we have received that recommendation from your coordinator.
-Interns spend six consecutive weeks on a full-time basis at CBC/Radio-Canada. Full-time means not trying to juggle studies and employment while undertaking an internship. Freelance work is permissible in certain cases.
-You must be eligible to work in Canada at the time of the application and for several months after the conclusion of the internship. Although interns are not paid, we need to ensure that you could be employed following your internship.
-You and your college or university must ensure you are covered for all eligible insurance costs through the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
Internship Open for International Students: Canadian students are eligible to apply for this internship programme.
Is this paid internship? No, interns are not paid; they need to ensure that they could be employed following their internship. Interns and their college or university must ensure they are covered for all eligible insurance costs through the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
Internship Description: Join us for a hands-on work experience that will set your career into motion. You’ll have the opportunity to put what you’ve learned into practice, share your ideas and grow your network of professional contacts. Come discover the future careers that await you at your national public broadcaster. Students interested in interning at CBC/Radio-Canada should consult their university or community college’s internship coordinator for information about opportunities across the country.
Number of awards offered: Not Known
Internship Duration: Interns spend six consecutive weeks on a full-time basis at CBC/Radio-Canada.
Notification: Due to the high volume of applications received only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview, typically two to four weeks after the job posting expires.
How to Apply: The mode of application is online. When you apply for an internship at Radio-Canada, you must provide:
-Your most recent statement of academic results
-A letter of interest
-You may also submit any letters of recommendation that you believe may be useful to your application.
Internship Application Deadline: Contact Employer