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Career Internships

Career internships are available both on and off campus. Career internship are not-for-credit opportunities, which allow students to earn an income and gain work experience in an area you are interested in. If you need any support with choosing which opportunity is the best fit, please reach out to your Career Development Coordinator.

Contact the Career Development Team to learn more about any of these internships!

  • Our university offers a wide variety of research and extracurricular activities to get involved in, and there are more than enough resources to go around. This type of environment is exactly what is going to help me get into law school when I graduate.
    Odessa Anya Olyfveldt
    Third year, Accounting student and successful participant within the London Small Business Centre’s Summer Company program
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  • Studying at Huron was a turning point for me: it opened up my mind and provided me with a global vision, which gave me the confidence to set up the bridge between China and the Western world.
    Jiaqi Nie
    Overcoming the odds from China to Canada to Cambridge
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  • I can’t wait to meet you all. We are excited to help you to get involved with the things happening on campus that will make you feel as lucky as I do to be a part of Huron’s community.
    Christianne Morrison
    Former HUCSC President
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  • Huron has taught me to appreciate the value of everyone’s voices and the importance of listening to them,” Trevor says. “Because if I truly want to conduct business around the world, I need to understand all the stakeholders and how we can and will influence one another.
    Trevor Wright
    Fourth Year, Honours Specialization in Political Science with an Honours Business Administration from Ivey (dual degree)
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  • I have helped new students adjust to life here by introducing them to different aspects of our culture,” he shares. “I help them access resources on campus, and I always make sure I’m there to answer their questions and alleviate concerns.
    Gabriel Ndayishimiye
    Fourth year, Honors Specialization in Globalization Studies
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  • Ruth’s project examined community and individual responses to Canada’s points-based immigration system, as well as the problem of inoperative foreign credentials. Ruth’s research internship and career-based internship at Good Neighbours demonstrated her commitment to knowledge and community development, which has led her into her Master’s of Arts degree.
    Ruth Lebelo-Almaw
    Good Neighbours
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  • My colleagues and leadership team ensured I had the opportunities to make meaningful contributions to our work environment, and the company more broadly.
    Kristen Kodric
    Young Alumna
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  • Inam completed a full-time summer internship at London Economic Development Corporation. Inam is past President of HUCSC, where he was paid to lead student council initiatives. These internships have provided Inam with diverse work-related experiences where he can showcase a range of hard and soft transferable skills that will add value to his career after graduation.
    Inam Teja
    London Economic Development Corporation
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