Keewaytinook Okimakanak Research Institute in Thunder Bay is looking for qualified students to join the team for the summer. If you are a self starter and enjoy working on a variety of projects, send us your resume. This is a learning and work experience program funded in part by HRSDC.
2 Positions Available
Develop GIS setup to print maps, input data and provide a help desk for First Nation planners in remote communities by distance. Coordinate training by video conference and update websites.
Produce and edit video footage of community lands and resources events. Conduct interviews and post videos online. Create training material for First Nation videographers and youth to post their own videos.
Interns will develop knowledge and skills regarding: the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), mapping, video conferencing, video filming and editing, community-based research, government procedures, budgeting and First Nation procedures.
Please submit a resume and covering letter to: KORI 216 S. Algoma St. Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 3C2