The Washington Center – Alberta Internship Program for International Students, USA 2013

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Washington Center - Alberta internship program for international undergraduate and graduate students in any major or discipline in Washington, DC, USA, 2013


Program Name: The Washington Center – Alberta Internship Program, USA 2013


About employer: The world-renowned Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars in Washington, D.C. offers Alberta post-secondary undergraduate and graduate students an important edge in the competition for future professional employment and admission to graduate and professional schools, while earning credit towards their degree.


Degree program: The program is for undergraduate/graduate level.


Subject(s): Programs are available in the following areas:

  • Advocacy, Service and Arts Program
  • Business, Management and Global Trade Program
  • International Affairs Leaders Program
  • Law and Criminal Justice Leaders Program
  • Media and Communications Program
  • Political Leadership Program
  • Science, Technology and Society Program


Eligibility criteria: 

  1. Undergraduate students must have completed at least two full years before participating in the program.
  2.  International students are eligible to participate in this program, but must apply by the competitive deadline (listed below).
  3. The minimum required GPA is 2.75 for most programs. The summer term is more competitive starting at a GPA of 3.0. Accept applications with GPA’s below 2.75 are not accepted.
  4. All students must have the approval of the U of C / TWC Campus Liaison.


Open for following countries: The program is for international students.


Program detail: Interns will be placed with an organization that fits their interests and the skills they possess and hope to learn. Students intern for four and a half days a week. Placement sites could include private companies, government agencies, non-profit organizations and non-governmental organizations. Interns will receive a full course U of C credit for this internship. Students in the Co-Op/Internship program at the U of C may be able to use this program as one of their placements.


Duration: The program runs for about a period of 12 months.


Apply for program: Applications should be made online.


Last date of application: The application deadline is 5 October for Winter 2013 Semester.


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