The following internships may be of interest to students in the Criminology and Sociolegal Studies program. While some of these internships may not be specifically related to Criminology and Sociolegal Studies they will be of interest to those seeking interdisciplinary experience in a broad range of activities.

Note:  The University of Toronto, the Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies and Woodsworth College are not responsible for the content on these websites. The inclusion of any such websites/links does not  imply a recommendation or endorse the programs listed below. You alone are responsible for making informed decisions on the suitability of any programs and are advised to use caution when applying for any position with any organization or private party.  

Safety tips:

  • Keep sensitive information private:   Do not include your birthdate, your social insurance number, your marital status, and age on your CV.  As well, do not include any banking or credit card information when applying for a job.
  • Go with your gut:  No job is worth your personal safety or mental health.  if something doesn't feel right, it probably isn't.
  • If It Seems To Good To Be True...If a job seems to good to be true it usually is!
  • Beware of Handing Over Cash:  No one should ask you for money to apply for a job.

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