Faculty of Science

Internship Course 3391

Science Internship

Internship Course 3391
(Science 3391: Internship: Planning, Practicum, and Prospects)

This is a 1.0 credit course for successfully completing the Science Internship Program and is taken on top of a regular full-time course load (no additional course fees will be assessed). Please note: students do not register themselves in Science 3391 (it is not a normal course).  Once approved to the program students will have Science 3391 added to their records. It will not trigger a course “overload”.

The Course consists of:

Application Procedure

  1. Attend an Information Session about the Science Internship Program in September.
  2. Apply and obtain approval to participate (opens September 2, 2014 for 2014/2015 academic year) in the Science Internship Program and review the Science 3391 course information.
  3. Attend the first class of Science 3391, when announced, in order to be enrolled in the course.
  4. Actively participate in Science 3391 throughout the academic year.
  5. Check Career Central regularly for updated job postings.
  6. Keep all deadlines in mind as specified in the Employers Recruiting Schedule.
  7. Follow job application procedures as outlined in each job description.
  8. You will be notified by the Student Success Centre if you have been selected for an interview.

Internship Information Sessions

Tuesday. September 16 2014, 5:30-6:30pm, Biological & Geological Sciences (BGS), Room: 0153
Wednesday. September 17 2014, 5:30-6:30, Biological & Geological Sciences (BGS), Room: 0153

Annual Science Internship Day! Saturday, September 27, 2014
9:00 am - 1:30 pm, Physics & Astronomy Building (PAB) Room: 106

As part of the Science Internship Program, all interns are required to present their experiences upon returning from their work term. All students, staff, faculty, industry members and friends are invited to attend.

If you are considering an Internship, please make time to attend these events.