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CPCF Internship Courses – 4F00, 4P00, & 4P01
The purpose of this course is to develop community contacts and connections for service-learning internship opportunities for Year 4 Communication, Popular Culture and Film students in the field of digital communication, marketing and film.
Looking for an intern? Fill out our internship request form below.
This request form has been created to determine the anticipated needs for social media and marketing strategies in the Niagara area small businesses, non-profit community agencies, non-governmental organizations, and voluntary groups. The objective of this survey will be to develop service-learning opportunities and internship placements for CPCF students by identifying potential needs for communication, marketing, event planning, and social media design. There number of internship placements available will depend on student demand and faculty support.
This is My Niagara Internship Experience:
CPCF student interns are expected to cross-promote their community service-learning placements by posting events and promotions for their community organizations on the This is My Niagara web and social media sites.
Past Community Partners for the 2013/2014 Academic year:
- Ball’s Falls Conservation Area
- BIB Communications
- Buffalo Sabres
- Canadian Cancer Society
- Carousel Players
- City of St. Catharines
- Grand River Post Secondary Education Office
- Greening Niagara
- Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce
- Hartzel Automarine
- International Campaign for Justice in Bophal
- Heartland Forest
- Niagara Falls Art Gallery
- Niagara Veg Fest
- St. Catharines Museum
- United Way
For more information on the internship program please contact Academic Administrator Penni Lafleur at email@example.com.