Other Opportunities

University Opportunities

Co-operative Education & Internships: Find the career path that's right for you, gain relevant experience and earn a competitive wage- all before you graduate.

Applied Studies: Earn course credit for learning gained through a research experience through paid or volunteer employment related to your field of study.

Education Abroad: The world is your classroom! uLethbridge has exchange programs, summer study tours, and international internships. Apply for funding to attend conferences both nationally and internationally!

THRIVE Professional Skills Program: This program provides students with the opportunity to develop professional competencies that position them well to enter the career stream of their choice.

Graduate Teaching Assistantship (GTA) Professional Development: The GTA program provides an opportunity for professional development in critical teaching skills, equipping you to carry out your teaching duties effectively and providing opportunities to develop vital teaching skills for their future careers.

Volunteer Lethbridge: Located on uLethbridge's downtown Dr. Foster James Penny Building, connects students with extraordinary opportunities.

Research Centres and Institutes: The U of L is home to research centres and institutes that bring leading researchers together from across disciplines to address issues that affect our world and beyond.


External Opportunities

Edmonton Short Film Festival - 48 Hour Film Challenge

Edmonton Short Film Festival is running a FREE EVENT called the 48 HOUR FILM CHALLENGE. Participants of any age can pre-register and then submit a 2-minute video between 6pm July 17 and 6pm July 19, 2020. Pre-register at esff.ca Please see Poster for more information.

Telus Storyhive

Are you a filmmaker looking for funding and support? Check out Storyhive.


Beakerhead brings people together at the crossroads of art, science and engineering.  

Camp Festival

Hosted annually at the Theatre Junction GRAND in Calgary. Explore the digital wilderness!

New Online Musicians’ Health Course, Sound Performers!

The Department of Music is participating in a trial of an online course on musicians’ health, called Sound Performers. This trial is part of a research study, led by Dr. Christine Guptill, Assistant Professor in Occupational Therapy at the University of Alberta. The research team is studying the impact of this online course. As part of this research, we are inviting you to participate in some surveys. For more information, click HERE!