Internships are a unique opportunity for university students to contribute to the work of the Fraser Institute. Our internship program runs three times a year – in winter, summer, and fall, and our student interns work for four-month terms under the direct supervision of a policy or program staff person in one of Fraser Institute’s four offices.
Interested in spending a term working at the Fraser Institute? Our internship program offers university students and recent graduates the unique opportunity to learn first-hand what a think tank is all about.
New Fall 2014 Internship Opportunity (pdf)
General Terms of Internship
Types of internships
Research interns provide research assistance to policy departments, and contribute their research, analysis and writing skills to a study intended for publication in a specific research area. Responsibilities may include primary research, literature reviews, survey design and execution, statistical analysis, and technical and editorial writing.
Past projects include Canada-U.S. relations, Entrepreneurship in Education, Continental Natural Gas Production, Health Policy Studies and Mining Studies. Intern research may also be published and disseminated to a wide audience.
Program interns provide assistance to the Institute’s programs and outreach initiatives, and develop the knowledge and skills necessary to manage successful programming in a think tank environment. Responsibilities may include database management, event co-ordination, communication, and outreach.
Winter – January to AprilSummer – May to AugustFall – September to December
Email your application to the Fraser Institute.
Applications sent via regular post should be mailed to:Fraser Institute Human Resources4th Floor, 1770 Burrard Street,Vancouver, BCCanada V6J 3G7
For more information, call: 604-688-0221, ext. 521 or email@example.com
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