Technology Internship Program (TIP)

 

Technology Internship Program

The Technology Internship Program (TIP) is an optional experiential education program that provides students with the opportunity to engage in a four, eight, twelve or sixteen month work placement. While on internship, students are able to apply their classroom learning in a work environment; explore potential career options; and build relationships with colleagues and employers in their field of study.

Employers Actively Recruiting from TIP include: 

IBM, RIM, CIBC, RBC Financial Group, TD Bank Financial Group, Toronto Hydro, Ministry Of Health, Municipality of York Region, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Ministry of Children and Youth Services. 

Here are a few examples of positions that York University students have received over the years:

Java Developer 
Software Developer 
Digital Hardware Engineer 
IT Planning Analyst 
Web Application Developer 
Quality Assurance 
Research Assistant 
Application Programmer
 

Interested in learning more about the Technology Internship Program? 

You are invited to attend an information session which will give you a full overview of the program, what the requirements are, how you find internships, what is expected of participants, etc.  Please check dates of upcoming information sessions.

Furthermore, to prepare you for a successful search for an internship, applicants complete the Job Search Preparation Workshop. Please check dates of upcoming workshops.

For more information and inquiries please visit the York Internship pages.