How to hire an intern
Both employers and interns participate in the application process.
Interns are hired directly by organizations that have received Science Horizons funding.
Eligible employers can receive a wage subsidy of up to $25,000 and up to $5,000 for skills development, training, and wrap-around services to hire recent post-secondary graduates.
Program funding is aimed at employers in the environmental science, technology, engineering and mathematics sectors.
How to apply
To find out if you are eligible for funding, apply now through one of our six delivery organizations:
BioTalent Canada is a national, non-profit organization that facilitates research, skills development and various projects to support professionals in the Canadian biotechnology industry.
Clean Foundation is a non-profit organization that focuses on green solutions in the areas of energy efficiency, water health, waste reduction and sustainable transportation in Atlantic Canada.
Colleges and Institutes Canada is a national organization that champions innovation, applied research and employment opportunities addressing climate change and other environmental challenges.
ECO Canada is a national organization that specializes in environmental labour market research and provides employment and training resources to environmental professionals.
Electricity Human Resources Canada is the most trusted source of human resources insight, programs, and tools to help the Canadian electricity industry.
The United Nations Association in Canada (UNA-Canada) is an historic national civil society organization with the mandate to educate and engage citizens on the work of the United Nations including climate change, natural resource management, clean technology development and contributing to environmental sustainability.
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