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.
We are pleased to offer a number of internship placements for the Spring 2023 term for students interested in architecture, architectural history, heritage, and more. Placements are part-time, ranging from 12-15 hours per week for 8 weeks, beginning the week of May 8 (see individual listings for any special requirements/availability).
Want to know more? Join our Internship Information Session on Thursday, March 30 at 3:30pm: click here for details.
Check out the opportunities below with:
- 401 Richmond (Urbanspace)
- ERA Architects Inc.
- National Trust for Canada
- Network in Canadian Environment & History (NiCHE)
- Open Art Histories
- The Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada
- The Toronto Society of Architects: Database/tours researcher
- The Toronto Society of Architects: TSA history researcher
New for Spring 2023: While the internships completed for course credit in FAH 481 are unpaid, we are delighted to be able to offer bursaries of up to $2,000 to successful candidates in these listed positions to assist with spring tuition fees and/or costs for reducing barriers to the workplace (i.e. professional attire, transit costs, internet access for remote work, childcare, etc.). This funding is made possible by the Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning Canada (CEWIL) iHub program.
Note: The CEWIL iHub bursaries are only available to Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or persons to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. International students with student visas or work visas can still apply to the internship of their choice, but are not eligible to receive iHub funding.
Please fill out the short bursary eligibility form provided and submit it with your application.
Download the form here or access it in the application package below.
Interested students should send an application by April 7, 2023 to Dr Jessica Mace (firstname.lastname@example.org). Applications should include 1) a letter of interest (including any relevant coursework or experience), 2) the bursary eligibility form, and 3) 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.
Click on the listings below for details about each!
Be sure to check this space for future offerings!
This project has been funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Innovative Work-Integrated Learning program and CEWIL Canada’s iHUB.
This project is supported by the Learning & Education Advancement Fund at the University of Toronto.