ACIC info at acic-caci.org
Tue Jul 4 08:35:49 EDT 2006

On behalf of our members and overseas partners, the Atlantic Council for
International Cooperation (ACIC) would like to fill the following 6
internship positions through CIDA's International Youth Internship Program

(1) Environmental Education Intern - Earth Action; Charlottetown, PEI and
Associacion Comunitaria Unida por el Agua y la Agricultura (ACUA); La
Liberdad, El Salvador

(2) Forest Biodiversity Conservation Assistant - Ecology Action Centre;
Halifax, NS and FURARE Rainforest Rescue; Quito, Ecuador

(3) Global Environmental Health Promoter - Atlantic Council for
International Cooperation; Halifax, NS and Madre Tierra; Tegucigalpa,

(4) Indigenous Economic Development Intern - Institute of Island Studies
UPEI; Charlottetown, PEI and Bosque Model Chile; Castro, Chile

(5) Public Engagement Officer - PEI Eco Net; Charlottetown, PEI and
Arivu/Peace Child; Bangalore, India

(6) Sustainability Officer - Nova Scotia Environmental Network; Halifax NS,
and Comite Hondureno de Accion por la Paz; Tegucigalpa, Honduras


The intern must:
* Be aged 30 or under;
* Be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant able to work in Canada;
* Be currently under or unemployed;
* Have not previously worked outside Canada in a paid, career-related
* Be a graduate of a college or university; and,
* Have not previously participated in another Internship Program funded by
the Government of Canada's Youth
Employment Strategy (YES)

Stipend of $225 per week

Other Benefits:
* International travel to overseas posting;
* Medical insurance and visas;
* Cultural awareness training;
* Job search skills; and,
* Other potential training courses as opportunities.

Duration: 9 months -- approximately 4 months in Canada and 5 months in
overseas with 2 weeks unpaid vacation

For more information on each of these internships and application deadlines
please consult our website:

For more information, contact Jackie Kanyuk at
projects at acic-caci.org

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