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Internship program


Our internship provides an alternative space for marginalized students to gain leadership and professional development. We offer training for interns from different disciplines to gain hands-on experience applying their field in real-world contexts ethically.

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Professional Development

We provide students with an inclusive environment where their lived experiences are valued and incorporated into their professional training plan.  In the program our students learn how to apply their academic training to propel equity in the academy and the workplace. 


We have diverse internship positions in research, multimedia management, event coordination, film production, community outreach and office administration. Additionally, in the spirit of decolonial co-creation, our program distinctly tailors internship roles to the applicants' experience and aspirations. We offer multiple positions throughout the school year that include paid, credit and volunteer opportunities.


Join us in our efforts toward just education


Dandelion Parachute Seed

The work I have been assigned and my position at the Hub are amazing, I love what I do and who I am doing it for. It has truly changed my life in multiple ways, from challenging my existing knowledge to extending my design skillset. The DPP Hub is the place to be!


My role at the hub establishes visual identity in many aspects by being the messenger and transforming ideas into design and graphics to welcome more people and grow communities all around Montreal.

Dandelion Leaves

The things that I most like from participating in the ARPP was the learning experience, getting more immerse in anti-racism and decoloniality concepts and practices. Also, having the opportunity to work with an amazing team, everyone brought to the table different perspectives, knowledge, and ways to work.


The Decolonial Perspectives & Practices Hub is expanding, and we are looking for motivated student volunteers and interns to join our team of emerging social-justice educators. Receive 3-credits as an intern or boost your CV as a volunteer.

Application Deadline for all positions is: September 30, 2022 @ 11:59pm

Research Assistant

Research assistants will be required to contribute to the data collection and literature review
portion of the 2022-2023 DPPH research project. From September 2022 to April 2023, the
DPPH is conducting a research project called Decolonizing on Campus: An Analysis of Decolonizing Efforts at McGill and Concordia University. This project is part of a more extensive study on how
decolonization is defined and practised within Canadian Universities.

Events Coordinator

Interns contribute to designing workshops, outreach for event speakers, workshop facilitation or
event technology support. The roles assigned to event interns are based on their experience
coordinating workshops. Some interns may be more experienced front-facing via facilitations,
and others may feel more comfortable solely on design and tech.

Junior Archivist

Interns with experience in archiving will be responsible for developing a system to collect,
analyze and store the data on decolonial perspectives and practises derived from DPPH events,
research, and community projects. The intern’s data will be the foundation of the DPPH toolkits
and living archive that showcases the knowledge produced by the DPPH community over time.

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Application Deadline for all positions is: September 30, 2022 @ 11:59pm

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