Human Resources internships in Toronto

Prepare for a successful career in one of the world’s most competitive cities with real-world professional experience and an international adventure. Human Resources internships in Toronto offer young professionals the chance to gain industry experience in Canada’s largest city. Interning alongside leading professionals from around the world, interns will get their foot in the door in the exciting field of talent management.

Toronto is a major city for global finance and business, and a number of other industries, making it an ideal spot for an HR professional. Beyond the professional opportunities this city offers, Toronto is a welcoming, multicultural metropolis with a rich arts and culture scene. Human Resources internships in Toronto are perfect for those looking to develop professionally, explore a dynamic, international city and meet other students and professionals from all over the world.


Living in Toronto

Toronto consistently wins awards for being so lovably liveable. In 2015, The Economist magazine ranked Toronto as the World’s Best Place to Live in their Economist Intelligence Unit. Toronto ranked highly based on its safety, cost of living, business environment, liveability, food, security and democracy. The Intern Group program goes beyond simply providing first-class internships. Despite Toronto’s size, the city will still feel like home for HR interns abroad. The program provides stability and support for interns to ensure a seamless and rewarding experience. Accommodation, public transportation, professional training, cultural and social events, and 24/7 local support are all included in the program.


Human Resources Internships in Toronto


Sightseeing in Toronto

Toronto is a city with much to offer its visitors. Fun, vibrant markets, like the St. Lawrence Market and Kensington Market, can be entertaining places to find unique souvenirs to bring back home. During a night out on the town, dine at the revolving restaurant in CN Tower for a breathtaking view of the city. The Royal Ontario Museum is a classic spot for visitors and interns abroad. One of the largest North American museums, you can see a wide array of natural history, culture and art exhibits. Made in the gothic revival style, the 18th century castle, Casa Loma, is another gorgeous spot for sightseeing.


Human Resources Internships in Toronto


Arts & Culture in Toronto

Toronto is not only a business center, it’s also a hotspot for arts and culture in Canada. No matter your tastes, there’s something Toronto can offer just about anybody. Even on the coldest winter nights, you can find a warm venue to watch live performances and socialize with interesting people from around the world. Toronto offers many top-notch performing arts spaces. From ballet and opera to musical theater and live music, a variety of companies put on quality productions catering to a variety of tastes. A long list of restaurants, dance halls, venues, museums, cultural spaces, bars, breweries, bookstores and coffee shops keep Torontonians busy day and night. In terms of live music, interns can catch major acts at the outdoor venue Budweiser Stage or the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre. There are also dozens of intimate concert spaces in the city, where young people can catch new North American bands.


Apply now to boost your career with one of our leading Human Resources internships in Toronto.





1. based on Toronto Skyline, by Prayitno / Thank you for (12 millions +) view, CC-by-2.0

2. based on dundas square, by paul bica, CC-by-2.0

3. based on Week 34 -Architecture [34 of 52], by Camera Eye Photography, CC-by-2.0


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Elizabeth Trovall

After short stints in Argentina and Belize, Elizabeth is finishing up her fourth year in Santiago, Chile. Elizabeth writes about international internships, life abroad and professional development for The Intern Group. She also reports on politics, business and culture in Latin America for public radio and print media. An Austin, Texas native, Elizabeth first left home to earn her journalism degree from the Reynolds Institute of Journalism at the University of Missouri. Besides her friends and family, she misses live music and Mexican food the most.
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