Do you have excellent research and writing skills?
Interested in working with professionals in the heritage field?
Like to earn 3 to 6 credits toward your CBU degree and get paid?
Are you knowledgeable about Mi’kmaw history? 

Then this position may be right for you!

The Louisbourg Institute at Cape Breton University, in partnership with UINR, Parks Canada and The Purdy Crawford Chair in Aboriginal Business Studies, is looking for a third or fourth-year CBU student to work as part of a research team in May and June.

To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample by e-mail to:
Andy Parnaby, Department of History and Culture:
or Erna MacLeod, Department of Communication:

Visit the Louisbourg Institute for complete details.

Some French language ability an asset.

Deadline: March 28, 2014. Interviews in early April. Position starts in May.