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Future Tech Summer Internship

Ottawa

Expanding the possibilities for the next generation of technological innovators

Get ready to discover your passion for technology. If you are a student going into grade 12 who is curious, interested, or has a passion for science, technology, engineering, or mathematics, this is the internship for you.

The Future Tech internship is a seven-week program that will have you working alongside Nokia engineering teams solving real, technical problems. Over the course of the summer, you will contribute to meaningful work while receiving support and valuable lessons from a Nokia Future Tech mentor. You will discover new possibilities and skills that will help you make an impact on the future of technology.

Are you ready to become a member of the Nokia Ottawa team? 

We are waiting for you to join our program if you:

  • Are a high school student who will be entering grade 12 in the fall of 2019
  • Have a proven ability to work in a team environment (including extracurricular activities)
  • Are interested in exploring the world of high tech and have a willingness to learn new things quickly and to be challenged
  • Have a keen interest in computer science, computer engineering, software and hardware development
  • Have an expected average of 75% in grade eleven
  • Are registered in two of the following grade 12 courses: Physics, Chemistry, Advanced Functions, Calculus and Vectors, Computer Science, Biology, Earth and Space Science, Computer Engineering Technology, and Manufacturing Engineering Technology.
  • Are legally able to work in Canada
  • Are fluent in English

 

Join us and kick off your career

Applications for the Future Tech Summer Internship will be accepted in early 2019… stay tuned! 

 

Meet our people

Marina

Joining the Nokia team is a uniquely enriching opportunity to jump-start anyone's career in tech. Along with networking, my internship allowed me to ask critical questions to panelists and peers to discover my future goals, and ultimately taught me how to shape my education and applications to get the most out of my degree, while appealing to hiring managers. Above all, the ability to decide how I tackled each project, along with the exceptional support of a mentor, facilitated a far more in-depth and rapid learning process than a classroom environment has ever provided, with skills that will carry over into my future endeavors.

Marina
2017 Future Tech Intern