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Bombardier to provide 1,000+ paid internships in 2019-2020

By DE Staff   

General Aerospace

Approximately 60 percent of positions will be in engineering roles including mechanical and aeronautical.

Bombardier announced it will invest approximately CAD$17 million to fund more than 1,000 paid internship positions in Canada (up from 550 positions in 2016) for the 2019-2020 school year. In addition, the company says it will focus on hiring interns who reflect the diversity that the company aspires to. For example, Bombardier says the percentage of female students recruited from science and engineering programs has increased from 16% in 2016 to an expected 40% by the end of the 2019-2020 school year.

The company expects to provide approximately 600 intern positions in the coming academic year for students pursuing engineering or science degrees, including mechanical, electrical, aeronautical, chemical and industrial engineering, as well as computer science and artificial intelligence. Another 400 intern positions will be focused on other management functions, including finance, accounting, IT, human resources, public affairs and law. Interested students are invited to apply at

“With hundreds of former interns accepting full-time positions at Bombardier over the past few years, our internship program serves as a valuable pipeline for talent to support our future growth,” Nadolski added. “The program helps us identify and hire the brightest minds from the next generation as we continue to drive innovation in the aviation and rail industries.”

Partnering universities include Concordia University, École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS), Polytechnique Montréal, Desautels Faculty of Management, John Molson School of Business, HEC, Université de Sherbrooke, Université de Montréal, Université Laval, McGill University, UQAM, UQTR, ÉNA, Ryerson University, University of Toronto, McMaster University, Waterloo University, University of Ottawa, Centennial College, Carleton University, Queen’s University, York University and ESG.



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