Cullin Baisley in a blue t-shirt

Congratulations to Cullin Baisley on being awarded last fall quarter’s internship at the Canadian Consulate.

"I’m excited to gain firsthand experience in digital diplomacy, community outreach, and international relations, and making the most of my dual citizenship in this complex and exciting time."

Cullin Baisley
Canadian Consulate Intern Fall 2020

Virtual Canada-U.S. Relations International Learning Assignment – internship not currently available. Stay tuned for future dates.

The Canadian Consulate of Canada, Seattle and Western Washington University offer the Virtual Canada-U.S. Relations International Learning Assignment. The successful candidate will participate in a virtual capacity and not be located at the Consulate General’s Seattle offices. Interns will be responsible for having access to a computer and a high-speed connection to the internet.

Open to: Western undergraduate and graduate students who are either Canadian or dual nationals (US-Canada) with an interest in Canada-U.S. relations, including political, economic, environmental, border security, defense, cultural and diplomatic elements that make it one of the most important and mutually beneficial bilateral relationships that the world has ever known. Western students will earn 5 credits toward C/AM 444 (Canadian Studies Internship) with 15 – 20 hours/week. Successful candidate must work remotely from the United States; some occasional hours may be required outside of normal working hours. Students can enroll in C/AM 444 with the approval of the Director for the Center of Canadian-American Studies (Christina Keppie – ). Students will receive a letter grade in consultation the Director.