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ALES Mini-Internship Program │ University of Alberta:


Volunteer work.


The ALES Mini-Internship Program (AMIP) offers a unique opportunity for students to get first-hand learning experience on careers in agriculture, life, and environmental sciences. Twice a year during the Fall and Winter reading weeks, this program matches students with an industry specific organization for a visit and volunteer work. The AMIP also provides engaging virtual presentations from agricultural producers from around the world.

Eligible Applicants

  • Must be a current undergraduate student at the University of Alberta
  • As the program is offered virtually, the following requirements are waived: must be enrolled in, or have previously completed Animal Science (AN SC) 101 (previously Animal Science 200), or have previously participated in the mini-internship
  • There are currently no academic requirements for mini-internships outside of Animal Science

Eligible Expenses

Program Benefits:

  • Gain hands-on experience in the animal science industry.
  • Test a career option you’re interested in before you make a commitment to pursue it.
  • Make connections and build relationships with a wide range of people to build your professional network.
  • Hear about opportunities (some with funding) to get the most out of your education through studying abroad, volunteering, or getting paid to work.
  • Receive a certificate of attendance to add to your resume.

Deadline Date

  Registration for this semester’s AMIP is now closed. Please check back in January 2023 for information on next semester’s AMIP.
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