Welcome to the International
International Youth Internship Program (Honduras)
The International Youth Internship Program (IYIP) is a program for Canadian graduates (ages 19 to 30 inclusive), part of the Career Focus stream of the Government of Canada's Youth Employment Strategy (YES). Canada's YES provides Canadian youth with tools and experience they need to launch successful careers.
Objectives of IYIP:
- Provide eligible youth with international experience, skills and knowledge that will prepare them for future employment
- Increase employment opportunities by promoting awareness among Canadian organizations of the advantages of integrating young Canadian professionals into their structures and programs
- Provide opportunities for Canadians to increase their awareness, deepen their understanding and engage in international development
- Contribute to the advancement of CIDA's mandate to reduce poverty, promote human rights and increase sustainable development and to meet CIDA's priorities for official development assistance.
- A Canadian citizen or permanent resident
- A post-secondary graduate―graduate of a degree or diploma program from a university, college, post-secondary school of technology, post-secondary institute or a CEGEP (collège d'enseignement général et professionnel)
- Out of school
- Between the ages of 19 and 30
- Unemployed or underemployed
- Legally entitled to work in Canada
To learn more about this internship, please visit the Canadian International Development Agency website
Online application forms are available on the Atlantic Council for International Cooperation website
You must complete the on-line application form and be prepared to upload your resume as well as a cover letter clearly
explaining your reasons for wanting to undertake an internship and your
suitability as a candidate. Please note that if you are applying for a
position with a language requirement, you may be asked to undergo a
language test at a later date.
*DEADLINE for Applications: April 14th, 2013
Interviews: Late April/early May
Positions Begin: June 3rd, 2013
Placement at Canadian Host Organization: June until mid-July
Placement at Overseas Host Organization: mid-July until early January
Re-entry Session in Canada: January 13-15th, 2014
Canadian Host Organization: mid-January/February 2014
Internships Completed: February 21st, 2014
Chinese Government Scholarships
The Competition For 2013-2014
IS NOW OPEN
This is a two-step process. First, applicants must complete the online
application of the China Scholarship Council. Then applicants must send three
copies of the online application along with all supporting documents to
Education Office, Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Canada, 396
Wilbrod Street, Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 6M8.
Applicants apply for undergraduate programs are invited to read
Introduction to Foundation Program, and all applicants are invited to read
Online Application Instruction prior to submitting a formal application.
Please be advised that applicants must be Canadian citizens.
STEP ONE: Online Application
Complete the China Scholarship Council online application form at http://laihua.csc.edu.cn . Please process according to
the Online Application Instruction .
Instructions for students' online application for studying in China under
Chinese Government Scholarship
1: Log on to http://laihua.csc.edu.cn
applicants should register for a username and password before logging on.
2: After logging on to the system, please read the "ONLINE APPLICATION
GUIDANCE" and follow the steps.
3: Click the button "NEXT" and select the scholarship you want to
select the Chinese Government Scholarship, unless you are applying for the
other Cooperation Program Scholarship.)
4: Please note that the "Agency NO." is one of the most crucial parts
of your online application. It is listed in the first blank under the
"PERSONAL DATA". Please make sure that you fill it in correctly
otherwise you will not be able to continue your online application. Your
"AGENCY NO." is 1241.
5: Please fill in the online application form truthfully, correctly and
completely following the steps listed on the left of the page.
applicants are required to select the disciplines before choosing their majors.
For inquires about the disciplines and majors, please refer to the Disciplines
Index, which can be downloaded for "Help".
6: Preview the application form after finishing it and submit it online.
7: Please download the finished application form by clicking the button
"DOWNLOAD APPLICATION" and print it out.
8: Please prepare other supporting documents as required and send TWO COPIES
of the full package of application documents to the Education Office of
Chinese Embassy in Canada, 396 Wilbrod Street, Ottawa, K1N 6M8, Canada
Explorer (6.0 or 7.0) is strongly recommended, otherwise inconvenience may be
caused by other browsers.
Only Chinese and
English are accepted for the online application.
STEP TWO: Application Form and SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS
Applicants are required to submit the followings to the Education
Office of the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Canada to complete
the application process. Applicants are required to submit three (3) copies of
each of the following documents:
- Downloaded, printed online application form (Please do stick your resent
photo to each first page of your application form.）
- Two letters of recommendation
- Notarized photo copy of transcripts of the most advanced studies
- Photo copy of the diploma (notarized by Notary Public) for the
highest degree obtained.
- A detailed study/research plan
- If applicable: proof of language proficiency (HSK results)
- If applicable: samples of artwork for applicants in Fine Arts (6
color pictures) and Music (1 audio tape/CD/DVD). This only apply to those who
apply for arts and music.
All inquiries regarding this scholarship should be directed to:
of the People's Republic of China in Canada
Wilbrod Street, Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 6M8
Tel: (613) 783-3562
Fax: (613) 789-0262
All application documents (online and hard copy including
supporting documentation) must be submitted to the Education Office the Chinese
Embassy (396 Wilbrod Street, Ottawa, ON K1N 6M8) by the date of April 10, 2013. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that application documents
are submitted by the deadline. Incomplete files will not accepted.
We are unable to acknowledge receipt, by letter or telephone, but
you can e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The final selection of scholarship recipients is made by the China
Scholarship Council and is communicated to successful candidates by July 31, 2013.
Successful candidates will receive admission notices from the
Chinese university along with other materials on visa and travel to China at
the same time.
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