Other websites to explore for IDS and CRS-related employment opportunities include:
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.
For a list of current 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.
For more info: click here
United Nations Association in Canada's: International Diplomacy & Development Internship Programme
Embark on your mission as a global citizen with one of our proudly partnered International UN Offices: UNICEF | UNFPA | UNDP | UNODC | UNCDF | IOM | UN Women
The UN International Development & Diplomacy Internship Programme provides an avenue through which qualified young Canadians participate in the UN and its work to maintain international peace and security by lending support to programmes which promote and respect both human rights and sustainable development.
To apply, and for more information about UNA-Canada and IDDIP, visit http://unac.org/.
To learn more about the fascinating individual placements JPCs undertake, check out their blog! http://unaciddip.blogspot.ca/