Canada-U.S. Internship

Earn academic credit while you work with the Consulate General of Canada in Seattle to gain experience in international relations and diplomacy.

Earn academic credit while you work with the Consulate General of Canada in Seattle to gain experience in international relations and diplomacy.

Winter 2021 deadline for applications: November 13, 2020

UW undergraduate and graduate students who are Canadian or dual nationals (U.S.-Canada) with an interest in Canada-U.S. relations are eligible to apply for a virtual internship with the Consulate General of Canada in Seattle. This is a wonderful opportunity to gain experience in international relations in a variety of fields, including political, economic, environmental, border security, defense, and the cultural and diplomatic elements that make this one of the most important and mutually beneficial bilateral relationships that the world has ever known.

This virtual international learning assignment is an unpaid position (15-20 hours/week) that counts for academic credit. Students will work remotely from the United States, and must enroll in an internship or independent learning course to earn credits associated with this internship. Students who wish to earn International Studies credits may enroll in jSIS 497: Internship (C/NC) for up to 5 credits.

 

Program requirements and application

Interns

Fall Quarter 2020

  • Madison Welsh

    BA, Law, Societies and Justice; Political Science