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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.

Current Available QUIP positions:





Celestica in Toronto is hiring a Corporate Sustainability Intern for May 2018. This position is ideal for a person who wants to make an impact on the environment and the communities in which we live in. They will provide support for a small team of experts who coordinate environmental and labour sustainability programs for Celestica sites globally. The intern will create presentations and analyze/report on various topics, commitments, and performance metrics. They are targeting students in the sciences.

Ongoing Hiring, apply ASAP

PnuVax Biopharmaceuticals

PnuVax Biopharmaceuticals is hiring Biotechnology Interns for May 2018 to work in Montreal. PnuVax Incorporated is dedicated to the development and manufacture of high quality biopharmaceuticals for the promotion of public health worldwide. They are looking for students with an interest in hands-on laboratory work, attention to detail, and strong writing skills. Knowledge of French is not necessary. Hiring is being conducted on an ongoing basis, so it is recommended to apply as soon as possible.


Queen’s University – Department of Political Studies

Department of Political Studies is hiring an intern for the role of Project Coordinator to start in May 2018. This is a 16-month internship with a salary of $33,000/year. The tasks will include writing, copy-editing, communication, and research tasks associated with several ongoing and new projects in the department. This will include the launching of a departmental newsletter and assisting with the planning and coordination of major departmental events and collaborative research grants. This position is open to students across Arts & Science who have the necessary qualifications, such as skills in writing/editing and attention to detail.

Closes April 15