Canada Hospitality Internship (Paid)


Canada Information

English & French is spoken in Canada. Toronto is the largest city & Ottawa is the capital. The currency used  in Canadian is the dollar. Canadians drive on  the right side of the road. Climate varies dramatically over various regions. French is spoken predominately in Quebec. Canadians love to play ice hockey, lacrosse, curling, & football. Vancouver hosts the  Symphony of Fire & The Calgary Stampede. Toronto is host to a Film Festival & Ottawa has the Winterlude. The Montreal Jazz Festival, & Montreal Comedy Festival are further highlights in the Canadian calendar . Canada Day  is a Public Holiday & is celebrated on 1st July.

  • Gain a competitive advantage
  • Develop an International professional network in your industry
  • Boost your career confidence
  • Enhance your practical skills
  • Include 'international global experience' on your CV
  • Immerse yourself in a new culture
  • Accommodation assistance
  • Airport transfers & Language courses available in most destinations
  • Specifically designed internship insurance
  • Ongoing support throughout your internship
  • 24/7 emergency phone number at your destination
  • Replacement options available
  • Visa guidance

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Program Information


Minimum: 6 months
Maximum: 24 months


Paid. You will receive at least the minimum salary based on employment standards which is approximately C$9.75 for service jobs and C$10.25 otherwise. Hospitality interns usually work between 35 – 45 hours per week.


Paid internship at a top resort/hotel
Start all year round
Open both Summer and Winter
Available across Western Canada
Minimum length 6 months
Hospitality and Culinary sectors


Intermediate + English level
Available 6 months minimum
Must qualify for the appropriate work permit and/or visa
Permits recommended: IEC Working Holiday

Canadian Rockies

In  province of Alberta, high mts. wide valleys , hot springs, Mt Robson highest 3,954mts, National Parks– Banff, Jasper, Kootenay, & Yoho. The Canadian Pacific Railway runs from British Columbia to the eastern provinces. Rockies length 1450km,width 150km, easily accessed by train, bus or car.


Located in British Columbia, largest city is Kelowna. Sunny, dry climate, known for its dry landscapes & lakeshore communities, boating, water sports, skiing & hiking very popular, orchards & vineyards. Hot summers & moderately cold winters. About the size of 66% of Belgium. Ice hockey very popular.

Vancouver & Vancouver Island

Coastal seaport, in British Columbia. About 2.4m people, very ethnically diverse, 45% of population Asian. Main industries are forestry, tourism & film production. Most moderate climate in Canada. Festivals include the Folk Music Festival, the International Jazz Festival. The Granville Entertainment District has the highest concentration of bars & clubs, Gastown comes second. Transport includes the B-Line bus service, a ferry & bicycle service called Seabus, & the Skytrain on three lines. The Canada Line connects Vancouver Airport on Sea Island to the south with Richmond & the sky-train system. The mild climate plus the nearness of ocean, mts., rivers & lakes makes it perfect for outdoor activities, there are beaches & large parks, 30 minutes to ski fields, the Vancouver Sun Run, & cycling races, Us football, ice hockey soccer & basketball most popular.


Located 2 hours north of Vancouver, in British Columbia. Year- round fun,  skiing, snowboarding, golf, shopping, bars, hiking, spas, mountain bikes. Travel there by air, road or rail. Two mountains with valley between.


Room Attendant
Front Desk
Lift attendant
Rental shop clerk
Line cook


1. Click  ‘Apply’ to register your interest and further details about the program will be sent through. There is no commitment at this stage.

2. When you are ready to proceed, you will need to pay a deposit and send through your CV & Cover Letter.

3. Our partners in the destination country will arrange your internship and support you through finalising the process.


Canada Internship Fees

Hospitality Internship Internship (Voluntary)
$1390 $1490

Additional Registration Fee $350
All Prices are in AUD
Flights & Insurance not included


Resume revision to meet Canadian requirements
Interview preparation
Paid internship guaranteed
Canada essentials guide
Welcome orientation (in Vancouver or via Skype)
Social insurance assistance & bank account assistance
Mail holding service and internet access
Ongoing support throughout the program
Opportunity to attend social events, activities, tours

Not Included

Visa and/or Work Permits Application Fee
Local Transportation


There are 3 type of visas (work permits) available for Australians via the International Experience Canada initiative (

The international co-op visa is sometimes used for Student Internships but it does require the internship offer letter, meaning that placement must be done prior to you being able to apply for the visa.

It is easier to go for the working holiday visa, which can be done right away and has the least requirements out of the three visa options. As it is an open work permit, it allows easy replacement in case of issues, and also allow unpaid interns to get a job on the side and work to financially support their experience in Canada.

We recommend contacting your local destination’s visa office for confirmation as details can change without warning.

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