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Young Canada Works – Deadline extended for Conservation Science Graduate Internships

The Canadian Museums Association (CMA) is pleased to announce its renewed commitment to delivering the 2019 Young Canada Works program – a shared initiative with the Department of Canadian Heritage. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to bring innovative ideas and competitive skills to your organization, while providing a graduate with a valuable and rewarding work experience!

Does your museum want to hire a recent graduate to work directly on the conservation and restoration of artefacts in a professional and supervised work environment? Now is your chance!

The application deadline for an internship focused on Conservation Science has been extended. Apply now to the YCW at Building Careers in Heritage (Graduate Internships) program.

Application Deadline – Monday, April 15, 2019

To read the call for applications, please visit:

Interns must work between 30 and 40 hours per week. *Part-time employment is permitted for candidates with a disability.

Internships must end no later than March 31, 2020.

YCWBCH eligibility criteria for employers:

Internships are intended for post-secondary graduates who have graduated within the past 24 months and who meet the YCWBCH youth participant eligibility criteria:

For more detail on this program stream and eligibility requirements, please consult the 2019 Employer Guide:

Submit your application online at

Please note, the call for YCW in Heritage Organizations (summer jobs) applications has already closed.