Internships

“I’ve really enjoyed working with people who have a positive outlook and believe it is possible to make the world a better place through creativity and community.”

–  Jessie Negropontes, Past Intern

Internship opportunities are offered by Humainologie on a regular basis. The Serving Communities Internship Program (SCiP) builds stronger communities and leaders in Alberta through internships for post-secondary students in nonprofit/voluntary sector organizations. Humainologie is a participant in the SCiP Program. We also provide opportunities for interns who are recent graduates, retirees, and other folks who would like to work with us for a committed term.

The following paid internship positions are currently open for applications:


Intern, Empathy Week Coordinator

Term: May 15 to June 16, 2017
Commitment: 100 hours
Application Deadline: April 13, 2017

Please apply if you’ve got strong written and in person communication skills, great organizational abilities, don’t mind going on a few wild goose chases, able to work independently and in a team, open to working some evenings and weekends and believe in the power of empathy!


Intern, Post Production

Term: April 18 to May 30, 2017
Commitment: 150 hours
Application Deadline: March 31, 2017


Please apply if you have strong working ability with Adobe Premiere, you’re able to provide examples of edited film work, and would be excited to be part of our Humainologie productions.

Applications

Please apply by submitting an expression of interest letter, references, along with your CV to: hello@humainologie.com on or before the application deadline. The above internships will be compensated via honorarium at the completion of the term.

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