[tugs] TUGS Social & Circumpolar Internships

  • From: r.tchoukaleyska@xxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: TUGSGeneral <tugsgeneral@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 17:06:59 -0500

Hey Everyone,

TUGS is hosting it's annual FALL SOCIAL this Thursday, November 25th in the 
PoliSci lounge, on the 3rd floor of Sidney Smith Hall (room SS3037). All 
geography students, faculty and staff are invited. Plenty of food and 
refreshments!

Included below are details on the Circumpolar Young Leaders Program.

Hope to see you all at the Social.

Cheers,
Roza Tchoukaleyska
TUGS - President

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Circumpolar Young Leaders Program - International Internships Available

The Circumpolar Young Leaders Program is accepting applications for two
internships related to Circumpolar Affairs.  These placements are open
to Canadian citizens, from any part of Canada, between the ages of 18
and 30 who demonstrate an interest or expertise in Circumpolar Affairs
and Sustainable Development (for all eligibility requirements, please
see our website).  

This program is an excellent opportunity for Canadian youth to gain
valuable work experience, exposure to the Circumpolar world, a chance to
travel, and access to new networks.

The placements will begin in January or February 2005 and run for 6 six
months.  Application deadline is November 29, 2004. 

Please see our website for a full description and for the application form and 
requirements - www.iisd.org/interns/arctic  

Feel free to contact us at intern-info@xxxxxxx or at (204) 958-7700.

Sincerely,
Anita Penner
Youth Internship Coordinator

International Institute for Sustainable Development

The Circumpolar Young Leaders Program is funded Human Resources Skills
Development Canada, the Department for Foreign Affairs and International
Trade, and the Center for International Mobility.  It is an initiative
of the Future of Children and Youth of the Arctic.  The CYL Program is
run by the International Institute for Sustainable Development.  

Funding of the program is made possible through Department of Foreign Affairs 
and International Trade, Government of Canada's Career Focus Program, by way of 
a contribution from Human Resources and Skills Development Canada and the 
Center for International Mobility.   This program is supported by the Arctic 
Council through The Future of Children and Youth Initiative, and is run by the 
International Institute for Sustainable Development.
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