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United National Association of Canada
Regional Representative & Consultant (Former Employee) –  Vancouver, BC14 April 2018
United National Association of Canada is one of Canada's oldest non-profits, seeking to educate Canadians about the mission of the United Nations through education as a means to end conflict.
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Best internship ever
Social Media Intern (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON30 April 2012
- the people are so delightful and ready to help you succeed, even beyond the length of the internship
- the placements are great & they work with you to ensure that you're enjoying it as well
- the UN of Canada looks really good on a resume so its definitely worth it
- the other interns are from other provinces so it allows you to network with them as well
- once your internship is done they put you on a listserv for jobs related to the field you're in
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relevant work experience, continuous support, friendly people
Cons
unpaid, short internship period (a few months)
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