Whether you are just starting out in your chosen field or you need an extended break from the stress of your routine workday, Intern Abroad HQ has the solution. This organization offers international opportunities to develop new skills that will give you an instant career boost.
Programs are available in Europe, Africa, Asia, and Central America, and they span a range of professions:
- Animal Care
- Business and Economics
- Education and Child Care
- Engineering and Design
- Environment and Conservation
- Healthcare and Special Needs
- Law and Human Rights
- Management and Organization
- Marketing and Communications
- Sports and Physical Education
- Tourism and Hospitality
Some of the most popular internships focus on business and management skills, adding critical experience to participants’ resumes. With so many entry-level job descriptions insisting on at least a bit of history in the field, an international internship can be the factor that differentiates you from the competition. These are just a few of the projects you may wish to consider:
This internship is an exciting opportunity to develop skills for your career in Development, Social Business, Community Affairs, Monitoring & Evaluation, Marketing, Public & Media Relations, Foundation/Campaign Manager, Donor Relations, Human Resources, and/or International Relations.
During your time in Guatemala, you will assist an established nonprofit with improving the quality of life for community members. Your responsibilities will vary, and you could be tasked with anything from communications to donor relations. No matter how you spend your days, you can be sure that every moment will be unforgettable.
Every student who has taken a course in management knows that many of today’s most fundamental management principles originated in Japanese companies. For example, the just-in-time manufacturing and continuous improvement models are based on methods developed by Toyota executives.
Instead of reading about Japanese business practices, why not see them first-hand? The Business & Media Internship in Japan offers an opportunity to do just that. Participate in a cross-cultural exchange of ideas while you contribute your talents and develop your skills with tasks related to social media marketing, blog writing, search engine optimization, market research, and sales support.
Learning what it takes to launch a startup is the best way to gain deep understanding of the inner workings of the business world. Whether you will return to an entry-level job in a large organization or you decide to sign on with a company that is just starting out, the skills you gain from your time in the Start Up Entrepreneurship internship will make you an invaluable asset to your team.
Work with leaders who are creating something from nothing in fields like green energy, finance, management, information technology, and social entrepreneurship. Your daily tasks may include anything from marketing and communications to developing a strong financial strategy, depending on your interests and where your strengths lie.