Arts-based internships are open to students at the University of Toronto through the Department of Art History. Offered as a course credit (FAH 481 H/Y1), these internships provide advanced third- and fourth-year University of Toronto students with the opportunity to work with local organizations for a semester or academic session. (Please note that because these are for course credit, they are unpaid internships.)
We are pleased to offer a number of internship placements for the Fall 2022 term for students interested in architecture, architectural history, heritage, and more. Placements are part-time, ranging from 8-10 hours per week (see individual listings for special requirements).
Check out the opportunities below with:
- 401 Richmond (Urbanspace)
- ACO NextGen
- Canadian Coalition for Cultural Heritage in Ukraine
- National Trust for Canada
- NiCHE Canada
- Open Art Histories
- Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada
- Toronto Society of Architects
Interested students should send an application by August 25, 2022 to Dr Jessica Mace (firstname.lastname@example.org). Applications should include a letter of interest (including any relevant coursework or experience), and a resume. Please indicate to which posting(s) you are applying. If you are interested in more than one posting, you do not need to submit more than one application.
(Graduate students: Please note that the course code will be different for you than that shown in the application package. You are still eligible to apply.)
Click on the listings below for details about each!
Be sure to check this space for future offerings!
This project is supported by the Learning & Education Advancement Fund at the University of Toronto