Career & Internship Opportunities

Current Career Opportunities

New Directions: Casual Person-Specific Support Workers

The Empowering People in the Community program is looking for casual person-specific support workers to support adults with disabilities. Shifts are typically 3-4 hours in length and include assisting with basic living skills and community involvement

Closing date: ongoing
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Small Farms Manitoba: Job Board

The members of Small Farms Manitoba offer a range of learning opportunities, from internships to farm hand positions. Which opportunity suits YOU depends on what you want to learn, where you want to work and how you envision your own farm venture. Thankfully, there are so many options!

Finding a connection with the right farmer to learn from can be difficult, as working on a farm can be very different than the average job. Small Farms Manitoba knows each of its members on a personal basis, and wants to ensure they find the help they need from hard workers like you. Making the right match means figuring out an arrangement that works for both farmer and worker.

For a list of opportunities: click here

Graduate Internship Opportunities 

Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA)

MEDA is an international economic development organization whose mission is to create business solutions to poverty. It partners with the poor to start or grow small and medium-sized businesses in developing regions around the world.

MEDA’s expertise includes a full range of economic development tools: financial services, improved technology, business training, better access to markets and equity investment. The work most often focuses on women, youth and the rural poor.

Six month International Development Internships may be available in Ghana, Haiti, Tanzania, Nicaragua and Uganda. For a list of opportunities: click here

Global Affairs Canada - International Youth Internship Program (IYIP)

The International Youth Internship Program (IYIP) is part of the Government of Canada's Youth Employment Strategy, which provides Canadian youth with the tools and experience they need to launch successful careers.

The IYIP is designed to offer Canadian post-secondary graduates the opportunity to gain professional experience through international development work. The objective of the IYIP is to support sustainable international development initiatives proposed, in partnership with local partner organizations, by Canadian professional associations, educational institutions, non-governmental organizations and private companies.

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