Teaching and Learning Services has launched a meaningful, innovative initiative that will develop important academic and transferable skills and foster a student-centered learning environment. Administered by the Discovery Centre, the new Students as Partners Program (SaPP) offers Faculty, Instructors, Contract Instructors and Learning Support Staff the opportunity to provide a paid work experience to undergraduate students interested in teaching innovation and curriculum design. The program is fully funded by Teaching and Learning Services.
You can also apply for a paid internship and work with a faculty member on a research project through I-CUREUS. This internship program has now expanded to the summer term and has five spaces available (subject to funding opportunities). The program provides you with access to research scholarships, mentoring and the opportunity to develop research skills in their discipline or area of interest.
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