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Apply to the Government of PEI Case Team Program

The provincial government has re-launched a Case Team Program to hire post-secondary students to address current organizational issues brought forward by PEI government departments and agencies, private businesses and non-profit organizations. 

Organizations are invited to apply for problem-solving assistance with issues involving, but not limited to, marketing, human resources, operations, or strategy. Students may apply to be a Case Team Member or a Case Team Coordinator, or both positions. While in the program they will work on case teams to offer evidence-based solutions to clients. For more information about these two positions please click the link below,

Case Team Member

Case Team Coordinator

How will the Case Team Program work?

Multi-disciplinary case teams, each comprised of five post-secondary students, will spend two weeks working with an identified client to analyze the organization and its issue or concern, research industry trends and best practices, and develop evidence-based solutions. At the end of the two-week period, the team will present its findings and recommendations to their client in a professional report and oral presentation. 

Organizations are required to:

  • Be available to meet with case teams regularly during the two-week period;
  • Have professional staff who can provide guidance and feedback; and
  • Commit to providing an evaluation after the case team’s final presentation. 

Primarily, students will work virtually but are required to meet as a group for at least one hour per day. A Case Team Coordinator will be available to provide advice and guidance to the teams. Students will gain valuable experience with presentation and communication, teamwork and collaboration, critical thinking, and problem-solving. In addition, they will participate in professional development activities throughout the summer that further their educational and career goals. 

When will the program start?

The 2021 summer program will begin in June. For more information about future programs check back in August or contact

Will McGuigan - 

What do I need to apply for this program?

Students: To be considered for a position on the PEI Case Team you must:

  • Have attended a post-secondary institution full-time in the current year and intend to return to full-time studies;
  • Are a resident of PEI and legally authorized to work in Canada. 
  • Are a resident of PEI and legally authorized to work in Canada, including international students with work visas.

Submit the online form below to provide:

  • Identification and contact information
  • Education background
  • Resume (upload field provided)
  • Cover Letter outlining why you want to be part of this program and what you feel you can bring to the team. (upload field provided)

Organizations: To be eligible for PEI Case Team services, organizations must be registered as a:

  • private-sector business;
  • non-profit organization; or
  • public-sector organization. 

Submit the online form below to provide:

  • identification and contact information
  • a description of the problem within your organization.

When is the deadline to apply? 

Organizations deadline to apply for our summer program was May 31, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. We invite organizations to apply even though the deadline has since passed. We will keep all submissions on file and consider them for future programs. 

Student positions deadline has now closed. 

Innovation PEI

General Inquiries

Innovation PEI
94 Euston Street
PO Box 910
Charlottetown, PE   C1A 7L9

Phone: 902-368-6300
Toll-free (North America): 1-800-563-3734
Fax: 902-368-6301

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