The Science Internship Program is Western’s cooperative education opportunity for undergraduate Science students. It allows qualified Western University Science students to work in paid, full-time internships at a senior point in their academic studies. Under the Science Internship Program students work for 8 to 16 months before returning to Western University to complete the final year of a 4-year undergraduate Science degree.
Discover Our Interns
Western Science students have diverse academic backgrounds that span a wide range of topics and specializations. Discover the many positions our interns can fill given their disciplinary knowledge and skill sets. Feel free to contact us and we will make sure that your position is advertised to all potential candidates.
Financial analysts, systems analysts, cryptologists, operations research, and information security.
Database administrators, software engineers, programmer analysts, game developers, and network administrator.
Laboratory technicians, environmental consultants, environmental monitors, and sustainability researchers.
Health care administrators, laboratory technicians, biotechnologists, microbiologists, and geneticists.
Pharmacy technicians, audiologists, physiotherapists, health care administrators, optometrists, and nursing.
Resource exploration and development, satellite and land-based image analysis, water management and remediation, and natural hazards research.
Industrial scientists, radiation oncologist, medical imaging physicists, data scientists, and financial analysts.
Physics and Astronomy
Environmental chemists, laboratory technicians, quality control chemists, laboratory administrators, and technical sales and services.