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Volunteers needed!

Want to be part of the largest Asian event in Montreal? The Festival is looking for amazing volunteers like you! Are you dynamic, proactive and responsible? Then we need you to be part of our next edition’s volunteer team!

To apply, send us your CV and a short text explaining why you want to participate in the Festival at the following email address: [email protected]. In the subject line write: YOUR NAME: volunteering.

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Call for Interns!

Festival Accès Asie is offering an accredited internship opportunity (unpaid) for students in different departments of the organization.

Whatever your field of study, if you want to have a taste of the arts and culture industry, the Festival strongly encourages you to apply. The Festival is always open to new encounters and exchanges.

On the other hand, if you are an experienced student in this industry and want to further develop your management skills within the arts’ industry, we will adapt to your expertise and guarantee you exciting challenges that will make your experience here worthwhile.

To qualify for an internship, you must be a full-time student and / or full-time student for the next semester.

Please send us your CV and a cover letter to [email protected], writing in the subject line: YOUR NAME: candidate internship.

The eligible internship period is between the months of January and June inclusive. Applications are considered between the months of September and December. Please indicate in your email the inclusive dates when you would be available to work with the Festival (for a period of at least 2 consecutive months, for 3 to 5 days a week). International students are welcome!


Festival Accès Asie radiates positive energy, goodwill and compassion. Working as a team is the main mantra of the Festival Accès Asie. As a close-knit group, the interactions and communications were smooth and effective.
Sofie Farkas (McGill University, Canada) 2019

On top of being an incredibly enriching experience from a cultural standpoint, attributable to the diversity and quality of its artistic events, my internship was an unforgettable human experience, whether through synergical teamwork, meeting the artistic world of the festival or the contact with the spectators.
Nina Milhaud (McGill University, Canada) 2017

My job as a coordination assistant focused on welcoming people at the ticket office, being in charge of the stats and welcoming people at the information table. The festival is a small body, that enabled me to know its members very well and to feel very comfortable.
Chloé Leys (McGill University, Canada) 2016

My job as an intern was very enriching and constituted a crucial step for my studies, as it will help me to orient myself in the future.
Pauline Travers (Gestion Administrative et Commerciale des Organisations, France)

During these 10 unforgettable and enriching weeks, I was able to complete various tasks including press contacts, management of cultural events and social relations, implementation of the press review, as well as assisting the shows, which offered a total escape.
Guillaume Fafournoux (Gestion Administrative et Commerciale des Organisations, France)

For anybody looking for an exciting and culturally enriching internship in Montreal, I would most certainly recommend working with Accès Asie. You will be guaranteed a rewarding, engaging and fun experience!
Maya Bush (McGill University, Canada)