Internships, employment and education
Employment at the MRIF
To access jobs posted by the Ministère des Relations internationales et de la Francophonie or the Government of Québec, you must first register for the public recruitment competitions conducted by the Centre de services partagés du Québec and pass the corresponding written exams.
Please consult the Portail Carrières for all relevant information in this regard.
The names of individuals who successfully complete the competition are entered on the qualifications list used by government departments and agencies to fill their temporary and regular positions.Back to top
Student internships and employment
To obtain employment at the MRIF, those interested must be registered on the Student Placement site. Applicants are selected randomly and impartially from the bank of student applications. The selection is based on the field of study required for the position.
The MRIF enlists the assistance of internship coordinators at educational establishments to select interns. We invite you to contact your educational establishment internship coordinator to add your name to the list of candidates.Back to top
International Youth Offices of Québec
The mandate of the International Youth Offices of Québec (LOJIQ) is to foster the professional and personal development of young Québec adults by enabling them to carry out a project abroad. LOJIQ is composed of a group of international youth mobility organizations:
- International Youth Offices of Québec (LOJIQ)
- France-Québec Youth Office (OFQJ)
- Québec-Americas Youth Office (OQAJ)
- Québec-Wallonia-Brussels Youth Office (OQWBJ)
- Québec World Office for Youth (OQMJ)
Québec sans frontières
The Québec sans frontières Program (QSF) provides international solidarity internships for Quebecers between the ages of 18 and 35. The MRIF funds and coordinates the Québec Without Borders Program in collaboration with the Québec Association of International Cooperation Organizations (AQOCI). Member agencies of AQOCI are responsible for project planning and organization.
Group internships lasting 60 to 75 days take place in a country in Francophone Africa, Latin America or the Antilles. They are open to students as well as individuals who are already on the job market, making a career change or seeking employment. Young people between the ages of 18 and 35 are given an opportunity to hone their personal and professional skills by participating in tangible projects in a broad range of fields (community health, education, environment, solidary economy, communication and more).
Some specialized internships may even carry college or university credit. Young people are able to participate as interns or guides. When they return, they can do an internship at an international solidarity organization in Québec.
Consult the QSF site
The International Government Organization Internship Program is geared to graduate students at the master's or doctoral level and those who completed their graduate degrees within the past two years. Students participating in the Program benefit from an unforgettable work experience in over 45 international government organizations.
Consult the section
Internships in Washington, D.C.
These internships provide an opportunity for Québec university students to perfect their knowledge about the United States and gain a better understanding of how the American political system operates. Consult the sectionRetour en haut de la page
Québec universities offer summer courses in the form of conferences, symposia, intensive weeks, panels, etc. to students and professionals interested in international affairs. Some places are available in the finance, democratization and elections, international trade and languages programs.Back to top
Last update: 2014-10-31