Parliamentary Internship Programme

Deadline

Wednesday, 31 January 2018

Annual Value

$23,000 stipend

Citizenship

Canadian
Permanent Resident

Degree Level

Masters
Doctoral
 

The Parliamentary Internship Programme (PIP) provides a unique opportunity to learn about Canadian Parliament first-hand by working one-on-one with a government and an opposition Member of Parliament. Providing private Members of the House of Commons with highly qualified assistants, this 10-month internship is administered through the Canadian Political Science Association and is not associated with the Government of Canada or any political party.

 

Eligibility

PIP is open to all candidates who, at the start date of the internship (September 4, 2018):

  • Hold Canadian citizenship or permanent residence status.
  • Hold at least one university or college degree.
  • Will be maximum 35 years old.

Further Information

For further information, including selection criteria and application procedures, please visit the Parliamentary Internship Programme website.