- Intern Host Registration
To register as a Host, our application form asks you to provide details about the internship. This includes the number of interns desired, rate of pay, project outcomes and plan, skills developed, safety assessment. Internships must be a meaningful position or project in the environmental field. Hosts must have a process for supervising and mentoring an intern.
Eligible Hosts include:
- Non-government organizations (NGO)
- Aboriginal organizations or associations
- Municipal and local governments
- Provincial or territorial governments, institutions, agencies or Crown Corporations
- Start-ups, social enterprises, or for-profit businesses
- Post-secondary education institutions
- Get Approval
Once you’ve submitted your proposal, it will be juried and you will be notified as early as February 1st as to whether or not you have been approved as an intern Host. Once you have accepted this offer, we will issue you a contract and outline project milestones.
- Promote Internship
We will help by posting the internship on our website, social media channels and Career Beacon. Hosts also have access to our promo toolkit – full of promotional material including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn posts, blog content, posters and more.
- Find A Match
Prospective interns should be directed to register as a Youth Corps Intern and apply for the position on our website. This includes general information, resume, cover letter and letter of reference. Interns must be approved by the Clean jurying team before starting the internship.
- Start Internship
Once a match has been found, we will connect you to your intern and you will need to provide first day information (location, dress, etc.) and complete intern orientation. You will also need to provide an updated project plan/schedule and submit bi-weekly intern hours progress reports.