The objective of the Mentor a Student Intern program is to provide students with meaningful work experiences within their field of study. These subsidized, part-time work measures allow them to build networks for the future and earn wages during the academic year. Additionally, employers benefit from having an extra staff member and have the opportunity to mentor and mold the leaders of tomorrow.
Through participation in the program, students can further develop the workplace skills needed to obtain employment after post-secondary schooling and also demonstrate their abilities to a prospective employer.
Employers receive wage subsidies for these eager and talented individuals who can fill in gaps, work on projects and bring in fresh knowledge and insight.
For 2018-2019 program guidelines, click here.
For the student application form, click here.
For the employer application form, click here.
All inquiries concerning this program should be addressed to the attention of:
Onawa K. Jacobs
Telephone: (450) 638-4280, ext. 238