The East Africa Internship Program is made possible by the Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships as they aim to activate a community of young global leaders across Canada and the Commonwealth to create lasting impacts both at home and abroad. Through cross-cultural exchanges encompassing international education and professional experiences, students will learn about cultures and create projects with actions that impact the world as they join a global community of #QEScholars to share knowledge, exchange ideas, and collaborate on meaningful initiatives.

The East Africa Internship Program currently places interns in Nairobi, Kenya, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Abbotsford, Canada.

About the Program

Leaders and Mentors

Features

Here is the latest news about our projects, events, and accomplishments through the East Africa Internship Program at The University of the Fraser Valley.

Skookum – Spring 2019

Abby News: UFV holds Future of Food talk (pg. 34)

UFV Today: UFV Future of Food event features visiting African scholars

Undercurrent Issue: Fall/Winter 2016

UFV Today: UFV Students attend dinner with Governor General

Cascade Article: Geography students study food systems during internship in Tanzania


 Interested? Check out the How to Apply page to get involved!


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