A responsible company

The team cares about the environment and takes concrete action by giving a second life to thousands of pieces of computer equipment per year.

The STLR is a company of La Relance, a non-profit organization that helps its community.

A workplace where difference is seen as a strength.



  • Get paid to learn a new profession
  • Contribute to a social and environmental cause
  • Be part of a solution-oriented team that helps each other learn
  • Join a welcoming, attentive and flexible workplace
  • Working hours are daytime, Monday to Friday
  • The team shows understanding to accommodate interns who have personal constraints

What does it mean to be an intern at the STLR?

  • Be part of a team that sorts computer equipment, tests it, disassembles it and refurbishes it;
  • Contribute to the refurbishment of more than 24,000 computers per year and thus reduce consumption at the source;
  • Provide quality and low-cost computer equipment to schools, libraries, community organizations, etc;
  • Whether or not you have a background or experience in computer science
  • Receive basic WHMIS and ISO14001 training;
  • Learn the different steps of refurbishing IT equipment.

The departments in which you will be able to work

Reception and sorting

Recycling and dismantling

Parts & Inventory

Computer production

Quality control

Cleaning and shipping



“My internship at STLR allowed me to develop organizational skills and teamwork. I’ve grown both personally and professionally: I’m more confident and I improved my speed of execution. I perfected my skills daily, which is very rewarding. I feel confident about starting my future job and recommend the insertion internship program to people who want to gain work experience and grow.”
– Sasha, intern at Service Technologique La Relance

“How would I describe my internship at STLR? I would simply say that I loved the experience.  I enjoyed working in an environment that respects the limits of its interns. The internship is well organized, the training is relevant and I enjoyed working in a dynamic environment. I’ve also had the pleasure of working with people who have always encouraged me. To describe my internship, three words come to mind: respect, support and collaboration!”
– Rosalie, intern at Service Technologique La Relance

Start your internship here!*

To be eligible, you must:

  • Be between 15 and 30 years old inclusively (at the beginning of the internship)
  • Have legal authorization to work in Canada
  • Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or have refugee status in Canada
  • Not receive Employment Insurance (EI) benefits during the internship




Information sessions

Are you involved with a group of people who might have an interest in an internship? 

Contact the to schedule an information session. Our team will welcome you or go to you to present internship opportunities.