Employ the next generation of Tech Professionals
Be part of the solution and narrow Manitoba’s tech talent gap by taking on paid summer interns. Tech Manitoba is collaborating with Pembina Trails Early College (PTEC) and Manitoba Trades and Technology (MITT) to turn out some of our province’s most talented tech-orientated students. Show them what our industry’s about by providing real-world experience and a launch point for their career.
Tech Manitoba is looking for industry to onboard graduating PTEC/MITT students for summer internship purposes, in one or both streams. Seeking 10 placements for Software Development and up to 8 placements for Network+ Systems Administration.
These students are highly skilled and study in a unique tech focused model. PTEC/MITT is a fusion of high-school, post-secondary and industry. It is an academically rigorous and relevant school for youth with an aptitude and passion for careers in the technology sector and beyond.
What mentoring an
intern means for you
Hosting a student intern will give you the opportunity to shape Manitoba’s talent pool and invest in our sector. You will also get to showcase the best of your organization to future tech professionals.
Gain new perspectives, exciting ideas, and a fresh outlook. These students are submersed in new technologies and have a passion for the industry.
Providing an impressive internship is also a great way to spread the word about your organization. Receive community recognition while giving graduating students a unique opportunity to develop and learn new skills.
Paying interns matters
Paid interns are more invested in their placement, have ownership over their work and are motivated to take risks. Manitoba’s tech sector is full of well-paid opportunities so let’s show them off to our future talent pool.
Tech Manitoba is asking employers to offer fair and reasonable salaries, based on industry standards. If you require financial support to facilitate the internship, ICTC’s Work Integrated Learning (WIL) may be able to help. Learn more about WIL and how they help employers grow their businesses by providing financial assistance for hiring post-secondary students.
Students learn technical skills so that they can work as Network or System Administrators, IT Support Technicians, Help Desk Analysts, or other similar careers. These students will have acquired the knowledge and skills in preparation for the following industry certifications: CompTIA A+ and Security+, Cisco CCNA, Red Hat Linux System Administrator, Microsoft Azure Fundamentals (AZ900) and other Microsoft Role-based Certifications.
Students learn technical skills so that they can work as Web Developers, Back-End Developers, or Full-Stack Developers. Throughout their high school experience, students learn general programming concepts, as well as practical skills such as: HTML, CSS, JS, React, C#, MVC, Entity Framework, and Databases.
- January – May: portal is open for industry to apply to hire a PTEC summer intern
- May 26: PTEC summer internships interviews are conducted by industry
- June: final student placements are determined and PTEC/MITT completes necessary paperwork with industry partners
- July: internships begin (a minimum 7-week period)
- July: Near the end of the month, industry partners are required to complete a mid-internship evaluation of the student