Fostering growth opportunities and practical experience for students

ANNISAA Organization of Canada creates a welcoming environment for students and treats students as valued team members. We are committed to providing meaningful learning opportunities to students to build community capacity, provide them with experience to assist them in their studies and/or future employment opportunities, and encourage learning within the organization.

A student is defined as an individual placed at ANNISAA via an agreement with an academic institution for a specific, fixed period of time. A student’s hours are to fulfill academic requirements towards a degree, diploma, or educational institution certification. The student is placed with the ANNISAA to gain experience, skills, and knowledge. Typically, students are not compensated for this learning experience.

Student placement opportunities are generally available for the fall and winter terms of college and/or university. Placement opportunities are limited, and prospective students need to go through a formal recruitment process facilitated by their academic institution in partnership with the ANNISAA.

All students will receive a general orientation on the organization’s mission, vision, and values and relevant policies and procedures as part of their placement with ANNISAA. Students will also receive an orientation from the field instructor on the nature and purpose of the program or activity for which they are recruited and their accepted position’s objectives and requirements.

To apply, send your resume to along with information about your program, number of days per week, which days of the week, number of weeks, and what your learning goals are. Thank you for your interest, and we are looking forward to working with you!


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