Deciding where to start your career is an extremely important choice and has lasting impact. The London Bridge Internship Program offers you valuable work experience, professional growth, and a supportive environment to build your career in Early Childhood Education.



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Please complete our standard ONLINE APPLICATION FORM 
(no resumes, please).



What London Bridge Offers You

London Bridge provides staff with unparalleled opportunities for lifelong learning and personal reflection.

  • Make meaningful contributions to a centre team
  • Be partnered with a Mentor who supports, guides, and helps deepen your reflective practice. 
  • Build meaningful relationships with children, families and colleagues through daily interactions. 
  • Develop skills, build you professional portfolio, and learn about yourself
  • Participate in Professional Development

Reflections from Previous Interns

"As a recent grad, the London Bridge Summer Internship Program gave me a positive start to my career as an Early Childhood Educator. In 2008 I was welcomed to the company as a student intern which quickly led to a permanent position. Now six and half years later I have had the opportunities to succeed and become a part of the Leadership Team as a Centre Program Supervisor. Let London Bridge be a partner in your learning!" 
- Amy

"Throughout this whole experience I was fully supported by the Educator, my mentor, and my Director. I felt I was an equal in every aspect. I was given program time and assistance with building my portfolio, as well as creating invitations for the children. Looking back, this is an experience I will never forget." 
- Samantha


  • I've submitted an application; when will I hear back from you?
    We thank you for your interest, however only those applicants that are accepted for an interview will be contacted.
  • What if I'm not a Registered Early Childhood Educator (RECE)?
    We accept applications from individuals who are ECE students, teacher candidates or students, and those with unrelated diplomas/degrees if they have previous experience in licensed child care and a demonstrated knowledge of child development.

    Who can I talk to if I have more questions?
  • Please feel free to connect with our Recruitment and Orientation Coordinator, Vanessa Leiva, at, or 519-432-5606 x25. 
  • How can I prepare for the interview?
    Here are some sample interview questions for you to review. This reflective tool can help you consider your personal and professional dispositions. 
  • If invited for an interview, what should I be prepared to bring?
    An original Criminal Reference Check including vulnerable sector screening, dated in the last 12 months; copy of your diploma/degree, or current transcripts if you are a student; copy of your current First Aid and CPR-C certification card; copy of your current registration with the College of Early Childhood Educators in good standing (if an ECE graduate). 

    Please note: if selected for a position, you will be asked to provide immunization records prior to starting your new position.