Germany nearly won it all on the water after losing so much off of it. Only a 3-2 loss to Great Britain in the men's under-21 final prevented Germany from sweeping all four divisions at the 2018 International Canoe Federation Canoe Polo World Championships in Welland.
The Welland International Flatwater Centre strongly believes in utilizing the Recreational Waterway and its events as an educational tool. Already having an established relationship with many levels of the education system, we strive to create a learning environment and in the field workplace shadowing to further enhance the students' experience.
There are many benefits to choosing the Welland International Flatwater Centre as hands-on experience in the field:
- Opportunity to spend one-on-one time shadowing a supervisor
- Establish working relationships with key organizations in the field
- Hands-on experience in all aspects of flatwater events or music concerts
- Work on tasks in both an individual and group capacity
- Valued member of the team
"This past summer interning with the WIFC was an experience of a lifetime. I had the opportunity to take an active role in the planning and execution of the 2013 Junior and Under 23 Canoe Sprint World Championships and national rowing events. If you are looking for an internship in event planning and management, the WIFC is a great organization to consider."
- Brittany Bilsborough, Canoe Niagara 2013 Event Services Assistant Program: Sports Administration, Laurentian University