Beyond the status quo

We’re committed to ways we can do things differently from how they’ve been done, and to empowering team members to influence our new directions. This belief is reflected in our unique approach to how we approach our team members: we’re going to confirm you have the skills we need, but expect us to ask how you’re feeling along the way. We want our team and new hires to sense there’s something special happening here, and to feel: I’m a part of it.

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Internship & co-op opportunities

Why choose us?

Growth opportunities

As a TWC team member, we support your career growth and encourage opportunities for learning in your areas of interest. We want to know what matters to you — from formal training and education to job shadowing and mentoring — so you can grow along with us.

Competitive compensation

High-level performance requires competitive and equitable compensation. Our approach to remuneration values both individual and team contribution. We provide an annual compensation review and clear benchmarks for growth.

Extended benefits

We offer extended benefits to support the health and well-being of eligible full-time team members and their dependents. Our benefits include: vacation, RRSP matching, health and dental benefits, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Paid Time Off (PTO), flexible work hours and locations, paid volunteer time, life insurance, and long-term disability insurance. We are committed to investing in the people who invest in us.

Indigenous Internship Program

We value TWC interns for all the ways they make us better. We offer paid, year-long internships (full-time) with access to the same benefits and learning opportunities enjoyed by other team members. You’ll work side by side with our experts on a variety of projects in collaboration with Indigenous Nations, the private sector, and all levels of government.

If you find you love what we do, we offer the potential to stay on with us following the successful completion of your term.

Intake periods

TWC internships run from May 1 to April 30 each year. 

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible for the internship program, you must self-identify as an Indigenous person (First Nations, Métis, or Inuit) and must have graduated from a post-secondary program within the previous two years.

How to apply

Our application portal is open from February 1 to February 15 and will be accessible from this page. To apply, submit a resume and cover letter through the link provided. Successful candidates will be selected by April 1.

Indigenous Co-op Program

If you are a co-op student with us, we offer paid, full-time employment for the duration of your work term. In that time, you’ll work alongside our technical, project management, and business operations experts and have access to the learning opportunities enjoyed by our team. We’ll introduce you to collaborative projects involving Indigenous Nations and public and private sectors, while you soak up the inner workings of an innovative environmental and social consultancy.

Intake periods

Co-op students typically join us for four-month terms, from May 1 to August 31 each year. (TWC may consider eight-month terms, where required by your school’s co-op program.)

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible for the co-op program you must self-identify as an Indigenous person (First Nations, Métis, or Inuit) and be actively enrolled in a post-secondary program in environmental or social sciences with a co-op component.

How to apply

Our application portal is open from February 1 to February 15 and will be accessible from this page. To apply, submit a resume and cover letter through the link provided. Successful candidates will be selected by April 1.