The LRC is looking for five bright and talented interns. The internships are part of SCIP (Servicing Communities Internship Program). What that means is that current university or college students can gain valuable experience and Alberta Advanced Education and Technology will provide them with a $1000 bursary for completion of their internship. Here’s the positions we are looking to fill…
1. Children’s Literature Expert
We are looking for a student to join our team of teachers, librarians, technology specialists, and lawyers to create law related and curriculum matched resources for Alberta classrooms. The internship would involve creating a learning resource (lesson plan, handouts, and multimedia) that can be used in Alberta classrooms. This resource should explore themes connected with our organization’s mission such as, justice, equality, and rights. An Education student or English major would be a perfect fit.
2. Illustrator or Graphic Design Artist
The purpose of this internship is to make our learning materials more accessible. We need someone that can effectively collaborate with staff and volunteers to produce images and logos for our learning resources. The student must have a strong understanding of the power of visuals to communicate. We are open to students from all types of programs for this position. During the interview we will be asking to view a portfolio of the student’s best work.
3. Animated Video Producer
Any aspiring film makers out there? This intern will be responsible for creating a two to five minute animated video on a specific topic related to landlord and tenant law in Alberta. This is open to students from all programs. During the interview we would like to see a sample of the student’s work.
4. Digital Magazine Marketer
This internship is an amazing opportunity for experience in a very competitive industry. The Digital Magazine Marketer will plan, prepare and implement a comprehensive promotional campaign for Law Now Magazine. Students with a background in marketing, communications, or business should definitely apply.
5. Web Designer
This intern’s skills would be used to create and maintain our websites and ensure that people can find the information they are looking for. Specifically, the intern will assist in the launch of a Women and the Law website. This will involve translating a large PDF document into a stand-alone website with the help of our technology specialist and researchers. Experience in building websites required.
To apply and read the specifics (time requirement, project goals, etc) please visit http://www.joinscip.ca