Humber Internship Program
Currently, students enrolled in our 3 Year Advanced Sport Management diploma program here at Humber College are searching and applying to available internships for Winter 2017. Part of this program requires students to complete an unpaid internship in the Sport Industry for academic credit. The students are searching for internships according to the timeline below:
Start Date: January 18, 2017
End Date: April 28, 2017
[Part-time (21 hours per week on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays for 12 weeks)]
250 hours total required
We would like to invite you to offer an internship to these students. If you are able to provide an internship opportunity, please download the Humber Internship Opportunity Template below to develop your internship posting and return by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once received, your opportunity will be posted for the students to view and apply directly. The process is competitive meaning you will receive cover letters and resumes directly to short list candidates for interviews at your facility and select the candidate(s) to fulfill the internship opportunity presented.
If you are interested in participating, we would appreciate a timely response.
Humber Internship Opportunity Template Winter 2017
DEVELOPING LEADERS FOR THE SPORT INDUSTRY
The Toronto Sports Council (TSC) is proud to be working with Humber College on the placement of student interns from their Sport Management Program.
We need your help. We are looking for individuals and organizations who would like to work with an intern. The interns are not paid and the internship periods begin in September and January of each year.
Competent sport managers are required to manage the business of sport. At the TSC, we feel that we all share the responsibility of providing developmental opportunities for our future sport leaders.
The Sport Management Program at Humber College is part of their reputable School of Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism. The six-semester Sport Management Program at Humber College prepares students to manage the business of sport. Students develop a thorough knowledge of the structure and functionality of the Canadian sports industry, including specific responsibilities and governance structure of organizations, rules and regulations governing sports, coaching standards, tournament and championship scheduling, and funding arrangements for the industry. Students have the opportunity to acquire the practical, organizational, business, human resources and administrative skills needed to pursue a career in the sport industry.
If you'd like to learn more about the internship opportunities, please contact either:
More detailed information on the Humber Sport Management Program can be found at www.humber.ca/program/sport-management
We appreciate your commitment to fostering the future generation of sport leaders.