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Our new Internship program is an experiential learning opportunity that allows students to develop workplace skills and bridge the gap between theory and practice. Internships are a proven way to apply relevant knowledge, skills, and experience while establishing important connections.

Internships make students more competitive in the job market, while employers can further evaluate potential career employees within their organization. Our university recognizes the value of experiential learning and provides for-credit internships to students in their final year of study during the Fall, Winter or Summer semesters.

Bachelor Degree Programs

The Faculty of Social Science and Humanities promotes social justice through an interdisciplinary approach to community outreach,
research and teaching. Our faculty members aspire to educate student-scholars who are poised to assume leadership roles in enriching our local and global communities.

Our students graduate with a digital advantage
Possible careers include:
  • Communication Specialist
  • Digital Media Strategist
  • Events Coordinator
  • Professional Editor
  • Public Relations
  • Social Media Coordinator
Our students learn how to explore sociological theories of why people commit offences

Possible careers include:

  • Community and Human Rights Advocacy
  • Correctional Officer/Case Manager
  • Government Research/Policy Analyst
  • Investigations and Policing
  • Social Services
Our students learn how Forensic Psychology exists at the intersection of psychology and the law

Possible careers include:

  • Child Protection/Welfare
  • Mental-Health Services
  • Psychologist
  • Youth Counsellor
  • Victims' Advocacy 
Our students learn to critically explore the social roles of law

Possible careers include:

  • Criminal, Disability, Family, Human Rights Law
  • Policy Analyst
  • Privacy Officer
  • Public/Private Lawyer
  • Legal Researcher
Our students develop their capacity for creative thinking, and critical self-reflection

Possible careers include:

  • Consultant
  • Entrepreneur
  • Federal, Provincial, Municipal Administration
  • Policy Analyst and Research
Our students learn how to reimagine the world and become agents of change

Possible careers include:

  • Community outreach
  • Foreign Services
  • Government Administration
  • Human Rights Advocacy
  • NGO Research/Analyst
  • Policy Researcher

Career Centre Job Portal

Our university provides full career support services to employers and students during the recruitment and interview process. We provide a secure job portal system at no charge to post opportunities, gather applications, and to schedule interviews with candidates.

 

Interested in hiring an intern?
Contact
Tim Claydon, Practicum and Internship Coordinator
tim.claydon@ontariotechu.ca
905.721.8668 ext. 3663