Halton Region offers internship program for residents of Oakville, Burlington, Milton


Published February 13, 2023 at 4:29 pm

Halton Region is looking residents of Burlington, Milton, Oakville and Halton Hills for its internship and apprenticeship programs.

“We are committed to engaging young professionals and offer opportunities to recent graduates through our intern program,” said a Region spokesperson. “Through this program, young professionals can gain the exposure, training and hands-on experience that they need to enter the workforce.”

The goal of the program is to enable young professionals to kick-start careers and gain professional development while making a positive impact in the community. In addition, there is an opportunity to meet mentors and work alongside leaders and experts in their fields as well as discover on-the-job learning with opportunities for professional growth that will set them up for future success.

All applicants must have graduated or will graduate with a recognized post-secondary degree or diploma, post-graduate certificate or diploma within the time frame specified on the posting and be legally eligible to work in Canada.

Opportunities vary depending on the needs of each department. Halton Region offers summer student job opportunities in the following departments:

  • Chief Administrative Officer’s (CAO’s) Office
  • Finance Department
  • Health Department
  • Legislative & Planning Services Department
  • Public Works Department
  • Digital Information Services
  • Social & Community Services Department

Among the jobs that are often available are data analyst, process improvement, engineer in training, supply chain management, financial analyst, organizational training and development, and housing services.

To apply visit here. If you are selected for an interview, you will receive an email suggesting dates and times. Interviews will take place in March and April. The employment period begins in June and runs for 12 months.

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