The integration of academic learning with a volunteer experience in either a non-profit or public organization. Students are provided with an opportunity to explore possible career paths, explore potential research topics, and strengthen linkages between classroom content and professional practice. Students are responsible for arranging a suitable internship and securing the approval of the course instructor. Students are expected to complete 130 hours of volunteer work and academic reflection over the course of internship. Prerequisite(s): Registration in Level III or above of an Honours Geography or Honours Geography and Environmental Studies program and permission of the internship instructor Note: Students intending to enrol in this course must submit an application to the internship coordinator two months prior to registration. Application forms are available from the School of Geography and Earth Sciences main office.

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