The International Institute for Sustainable Development is recruiting candidates for the 2011 Circumpolar Young Leaders Internship Program (CYLP) that provides northern youth with opportunities to work with leading organizations working on Arctic issues.
The successful candidate will be based at IISD’s Winnipeg office and work closely with other youth on a number of programs and interventions, including the development of a youth component for the upcoming Hudson’s Bay Awareness Summit to be held later this year.
The deadline for applications is Friday, February 18, 2011. Candidates must be between the ages of 19 and 30 to apply.
For more information about the program and how to apply is available at http://slicinternational.iisd.org/.
Please contact Pauline Gerrard, IISD Training Coordinator for more information about the position. Phone: (204) 958 7727 or email: [email protected]
For more information about this release please contact Nona Pelletier, IISD media and communications officer. Phone +1 204 958-7740 Cell: +1 204 962-1303 [email protected]
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