Fast-track your career, deliver important public services and earn money through the Ontario Internship Program.
The Ontario Internship Program invests in committed, talented graduates seeking a great opportunity to start and accelerate their careers. It`s a paid, two-year developmental opportunity to grow top talent while delivering important public services to the people of Ontario.
Interns choose to work in one of the following areas during two, 12-month assignments:
- Business and Financial Planning
- Human Resources
- Information and Information Technology
- Labour Relations
- Policy Development
- Program and Service Delivery
Who should apply?
This program is open to individuals who have graduated or will graduate with a recognized degree, diploma or post-graduate certificate between May 2015 to June 2017.
Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada.
Online applications for July 2017 placements will be accepted from January 3rd until 11:59 a.m. on January 19th, 2017.
The application deadline is Thursday January 19, 2017, before 12:00 noon Eastern Standard Time.
The deadline for Course Adds and Swaps for the Winter 2017 term has been extended to Monday January 16.
Please note that, due to campus capacity constraints, the availability of Semester One courses is limited.
Visit myTimetable for more information regarding your timetable
Please take a few moments to complete the Office of the Registrar's Winter Start-of-Term Student Survey.
Your feedback is important to us and will assist in our planning for future terms.
The online survey will be available until Friday, January 20th.
Official grades and academics standings will be published on January 5, 2017 in myStudent Centre.
To view your grades:
- Go to myStudent Centre
- Under the Academics heading click on the "other academics" drop down and select "Grades" to bring up the Grades page
Click here for more information on viewing your grades, grade point averages and academic standing.
Students enrolled in Sheridan programs are required to maintain specific grade point averages in order to continue in the program and graduate. Students are assigned one of four Academic Standings:
Cross Campus Enrolment is once again available for the Winter 2017 term.
As of 9am on December 19 students can add courses delivered on campuses other than their home campus.
With many courses offered on multiple campuses, it is important that you double check the location of all your classes.
Sheridan's new Academic Standing Policy comes into effect for the Fall 2016 term.
The new academic standings are:
- Good Standing
- Graduation Warning
- Academic Probation
- Academic Suspension
Click for more information on Sheridan's Academic Standing policy.