Region announces 16 one year internships - jobs start in May.

News 100 blueBy Staff

April 7, 2016


Earlier this month the Region introduced its new Internship and Apprenticeship Program that offers 16 one-year internship positions for a variety of roles across all departments of the organization.


Regional offices in Oakville.

The Region developed the program to help young people begin their careers by providing them with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in their chosen field, benefit from the mentorship of seasoned professionals and increase their understanding of government.

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“Our new Internship and Apprenticeship Program supports Halton youth in advancing their careers and helps us engage emerging talent to foster a stronger community for everyone,” said Halton Regional Chair Gary Carr. “Halton is an employer of choice that invests in its people and attracts the best in the business. This program presents a fantastic opportunity for young people to grow and learn by working alongside Regional staff to maintain and enhance the high quality of life in Halton.”

By introducing young talent to the organization, the Region also hopes to leverage new ideas and approaches in its delivery of high-quality programs and services.

Internship opportunities are currently posted on the Region’s website and are intended for individuals with a recognized degree, post-graduate certificate or diploma earned between January 2015 and June 2016. The positions will run from May 2016 to May 2017.

To apply for the new internship positions or view other job postings at Halton Region, visit

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