Work Experience Opportunities

Many students choose to pursue paid and unpaid work experience opportunities during their studies so they can gain a leg up from the competition when applying for jobs. Internships and co-operative education programs allow you to gain the type of on-the-job experience employers value, and to develop useful career contacts and references – all while earning credit toward your degree! Several options are open to you:

Arts Internship Program
Interns in the Arts Internship Program spend up to 8 unpaid hours per week for one semester working with a local community organization. Upon completion of the internship they receive 3 academic credit hours, along with marketable on-the-job experience related to their area of study.

To learn more, please contact Lynn Gidluck, Community Engagement and Research Unit Coordinator by phone: 306-585-4084 or by e-mail: