Wed, Mar 03



Join us for a moderated discussion panel with Laurier Political Science students. Hear first hand their experiences interning within the provincial or federal government throughout the summer!

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Time & Location

Mar 03, 2021, 7:00 p.m.

About the event

Panelists include:

Rafael Campos-Gottardo

Rafael Campos-Gottardo is in his second year of political science and worked as an FSWEP student at Service Canada's Citizen Services Branch from June 2020 to December 2020. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, he worked remotely, completing outreach activities to promote Service Canada's online service offerings. His work included compiling a contact list and contacting those contacts while tracking his work.

Erika Campos-Hohn

Erika worked as a Policy Analyst for the Federal Economic Development Agency of Southern Ontario (FedDev). The Program Policy Team (PPT) was central in leading the agency-wide development of policy items and related tools. The trajectory of her work-term shifted with the onset of COVID, and her responsibilities changed to more directly support the development and implementation of the Regional Relief and Recovery Fund (RRRF). Some of Erika’s weekly tasks consisted of drafting issue notes/policy briefs, preparing draft internal and external correspondence and creating a cross-agency “ RRRF Lesson’s Learned” document to guide future policy creation.

Anuja Purohit

The Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development (MLTSD) works towards preventing workplace injuries, settling workplace agreements and supporting industry training and employment services in Ontario. As their Agency Relations and Information Management intern, she worked closely with Managers supporting research/ analysis of agency governance, developed spreadsheets and documents to assist agency Chairs in brushing up efficiencies within the Ministry.

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