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QUIP

The Queen’s Undergraduate Internship Program (QUIP) offers employers an opportunity to hire interns for a 12-16 month period.  During the internship, students will have the chance to apply the knowledge and skills they have been gaining through their classroom and co-curricular experiences at Queen’s, while making a valuable contribution to your organization.

  • Internships are 12 to 16 month, paid, professional work experiences

  • Students are eligible to participate after completing their 2nd or 3rd year of undergraduate studies

  • The program is open to students from Engineering, Computing, and Arts & Sciences

You can apply for QUIP here.

The QUIP Application Process:

Please send your QUIP application for to the Life Science and Biochemistry Program Office:  lifesci@queensu.ca electronically.  We will verify your cGPA information for the form and Dr. Louise Winn, Associate Dean of Life Sciences and Biochemistry (in lieu of an Undergraduate Chair signature) will sign your form.  Our office will then return the signed form to your Queen's email electronically. 

Below a list of posting currently live on the QUIP job board that may be of interest and are expiring soon.

Highlighted the opportunities that are On Campus internships at Queen's.

If you're already registered for QUIP, log in to MyCareer to view and apply to these positions on the QUIP job board.

Interested in applying for an internship, but aren’t registered in QUIP? Follow these steps to gain exclusive access to the QUIP Job Board.

  1. Download the Faculty of Arts and Science Registration Form

  2. Follow the steps on the “How to Register for QUIP” tab on the Career Services QUIP website

 

Job ID

Job Title

Company

Start Date

Application Deadline

Additional Details

127571

Student - Grid Maintenance (Asset Attachment & Leases) (9384)

Toronto Hydro

September 2022

June 30, 2022

Provides input into roadmap for their respective product area
Spends a majority of time externally focused speaking to customers and business stakeholders
Speaks to internal stakeholders and customers to identify business problems and product opportunities (represents the voice of the customer)