The Goethe-Institut offers internships year round in different areas of work to students in advanced semesters or after graduation, providing insight into a Goethe-Institut’s activities. Interns participate in the planning and implementation of cultural programs and assume tasks in language work and education cooperation as well as in the information and library department.

The cultural program focusses is on contemporary German culture, especially dance and electronic music whereas the library provides its users the opportunity to use a full catalogue of recent and classical German literature, contemporary music and German films of all eras. Besides carrying out language courses, the language department’s mission is to promote German as a foreign language in Quebec and the Atlantic provinces.

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