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AT Internship

Use your skills to help others
90% of Canadians know at least one person with a disability.

A recent survey conducted by Pollara on behalf of BMO found that most people within Canada know someone with a disability.

If you have an interest in technology, especially the use of software and hardware to allow those with disabilities to access computers and the Internet, then our Adaptive Technology Internship could be great for you.

The AT Internship is designed to provide employment and technology-related skills to the interns, while also providing awareness and skills related to adaptive technology, inclusion, and independent living to the public. Hired in various locations across the province, AT interns work one-on-one with consumers and assist them with computer and AT skill development. They also prepare and deliver technology workshops to small groups, and assist with computer troubleshooting and maintenance. As well, they prepare updates for the ILRC webpage regarding technology, and they create promotional material to advertise ILRC technology services.

If you are interested in becoming an AT Intern, please keep an eye on our Career Opportunities page.

Funding provided by Industry Canada Youth Employment Strategy.

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