INTERNeX Shortlist

Great news! Once again INTERNeX International Exchange has been shortlisted by the Star Travel Magazine for the STM Star Work Experience Provider 2014. We are proud to say that this is the fourth consecutive year that INTERNeX gets shortlisted for the STM Star Work Experience award.

The award is delegated by the Star Travel Magazine, one of the most acknowledged publications within the international educations industry. The award is given to companies providing the best quality in work experiences. Nominees for the shortlist and winners of the award is selected by professionals working within the same industry as INTERNeX. This is also the reason why it is a great achievement to be shortlisted.

The goal for INTERNeX is to provide high standard working experiences tailored to our clients’ professional and academic backgrounds. We offer various working experiences within volunteer programs, practicums, hospitality, au pair and ranch stays. Furthermore, we give the participants in our different programs the opportunity to join numerous social activities in order to get a better insight into Canadian culture and way of life. Our social activities ranges from pub nights and one-day outings to weekend trips to the Rockies, Whistler and Vancouver Island. These activities also bring together participants from our different programs in order to exchange experiences while of course having a great time together.

We would like to thank you (our participants) for choosing us as your preferred choice when looking for a working experience abroad.

INTERNeX International Exchange
International Village,
Suite 2077, 2079 – 88 West Pender Street
Vancouver, Canada -V6B 6N9-

Toronto’s Short Film Festival

If you’re in Toronto this week and want something to do, be sure to check out the CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival! During the festival, several 90-minutes programs will be shown throughout the city. Each program will show five to twenty-two films at different locations throughout Toronto.
The red carpet will be rolled out tonight for the big opening of the festival. Tonight’s show contains award winning short films from all around the world such as Seeds of the Fall from Sweden and the Six dollar Fifty man from New Zealand.

Tickets prices for a single program start at $10.00. You can also buy a daytime pass, which allows you to see any and all the short films you want before 6 pm, for only $40.00!

For more information on show times and programs in your area, visit

Have a great week guys and let us know if you check out this event!