FAQ

  1. What is a Post-Secondary Co-op/Internship Program?

    The Co-operative Education and Internship Program (Co-op/Internship) is the primary vehicle through which federal organizations can recruit post-secondary students for a four-month work term. An internship is a supervised, on-the-job training assignment designed to give students the skills and knowledge required for entry into a trade or profession.

    For more information regarding student eligibility, click here.

  2. How do I know if I'm enrolled in a PSC-approved Internship program?

 

  1. Am I a Canadian citizen? You are a canadian citizen if:
    -you were born in Canada,
    -you applied for and received your Canadian citizenship (this is called becoming a naturalized citizen),
    -you received Canadian citizenship as a minor when a parent or legal guardian naturalized you by applying for your citizenship,
    -you were born outside Canada after April 17, 2009, and at least one of your parents was born in Canada,
    -you were born outside Canada after April 17, 2009, and at least one of your parents was naturalized in Canada before your birth, or
    -you became a citizen because of changes to the Citizenship Act.