Job Summary: The successful student will assist the Economic Development team to research, design and engage stakeholders in economic development initiatives in partnership with indigenous groups (funding opportunities, municipal best practices and leveraging existing upcoming events such as the BC 55+ Games).
The Candidate: The student will work alongside team of staff and consultants and prepare research as well as help to report on opportunities. A strong research background is preferred. Outstanding communication skills, both oral and written, are a must, as is a keen eye for detail and strong analytical skills.
Required student type
Interdisciplinary, Economics, Global Development Studies, Indigenous Studies, Political Science, Philosophy, Anthropology