Youth Internship Program

YOUNG CANADA WORKS
FOR CAREERS IN ARTS ADMINISTRATION/CULTURAL MANAGEMENT AND ARTS PRACTICE

Deadline for application – Wednesday February 1, 2017

CHRC is seeking cultural sector employers in organisations and companies to host internships. IMPORTANT: When you fill in your online application on the new YCW Website (see below), select the Cultural Human Resources Council as the Delivery Organisation of your choice. If you have any questions, please submit them in writing to ldaoust@culturalhrc.ca.

Digital Media
Film/Media Production
Live Performing Arts
Visual Arts and Crafts
Multidisciplinary Arts
Music/Sound Recording
Writing and Publishing

Young Canada Works has moved to a NEW website!
To create an account and apply for a 2017-18 internship,
visit the new website at:
young-canada-works.canada.ca/Account/Login

 


 

BECOMING A YIP EMPLOYER

Are you looking for people who might bring new ideas, skills and enthusiasm into your organisation? Do you have a great project idea and someone to lead it, but you lack the capacity to make it happen? You might consider establishing an internship that would match your organisation's needs with a younger person who is interested in a career in the cultural sector. Read more

 

BECOMING A YIP INTERN

Do you have a passion for a particular art discipline, but you are having difficulty finding a cultural sector job where you can use your skills and express your interest? Are you interested in working in the cultural sector, and have formal education and other experience that you would like to apply in the cultural sector? Your best way into the sector might be through an internship.

The Youth Internship Program (YIP) offered by the Cultural Human Resources Council, in partnership with the Department of Canadian Heritage (Young Canada Works – Building Careers in Heritage) has helped match arts and cultural organisations and aspiring cultural workers for eight years. By supporting 4 to 12 months internships, the YIP provides opportunities for hiring emerging cultural workers, and for young people to obtain experience and develop new skills.

Since the program started, more than 400 organisations and 700 interns have been involved. And around 90% of interns went on to find employment either with the host organisation, elsewhere in the sector, or as self-employed cultural workers. Read more

 

Examples of internships that have been offered in the past:

Organisation Internship
PuSh International Performing Arts Festival Society Festival Administrator
Canada Dance Festival Project Coordinator
Société d'histoire du lac St-Jean Historian/Museologist
Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra Education Coordinator
Atlantic Film Festival Industry Marketing Coordinator
Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf ASL/English Interpreter
First Vancouver Theatre Space Society Design and Web Coordinator
Compagnie Marie Chouinard Archivist
Aboriginal Experiences Tour and Outreach Coordinator
Zuppa Circus Theatre Actor