Language, Literature and Culture

Internships and Volunteer Opportunities

The opportunities listed below are in no particular order. If you are interested in an internship where you can use a language other than English, please use your browser's search tool to search this page for that language (French, Spanish, etc.). Most of these opportunities are unpaid. If you are seeking a paid internship, please search using 'paid'.


Volunteer Translator

Description

Chinese translator needed to interpret for a group of Chinese mental health professionals at a training.This will include shadowing these trainees as they participate in the work of a particular mental health unit so as to interpret fot them.

Qualifications:

Fluency in Chinese necessary.Interest in Mentl Health, psychology, social work, or counsweling would be a positive
CompensationUnpaid Internship
Time Frame9:00-4:30
Location: Worcester
Application Deadline: January 4, 2015


Public Education and Outreach Intern

Description

Public education and outreach (undergraduates, law, or other graduate students). Students contact organizations that serve individuals likely to experience discrimination to schedule outreach presentations, and then conduct those presentations to the public. Excellent public speaking skills are required; bilingual ability in Spanish is preferred. A minimum of 10 hours per week during the fall and spring semesters; full-time during the summer.

Qualifications:

Applicants should possess good to excellent academic standing, have an interest in civil rights, and have relevant skills to each position, such as administrative, public speaking, investigative, and legal research and writing skills. A knowledge of discrimination law is helpful, but not expected.

Compensation:Unpaid Internship
Time Frame:10-15 hours per week
Location: Worcester
Application Deadline: January 23, 2015


Jet Program Assistant Language Teacher (ALT)

Description:

TheJapan Exchange and Teaching (JET) ptogram is a Japanese Government-sponsored program to improve English language education and promote  grass-roots level international exchange in Japan. Founded in 1987, the JET Program now includes 4000 participants from 40 nations.

ALTS--Assistant Language Teachers are placed in cities, towns, and villages throughout Japan where they work in public schools aiding Japane4se teachers of  English. JETS become involved in school and community life, teaching about their own culture, while learning about Japan.

Qualifications: Candidates shiould be flexible, adventurous and enjoy working with children Japanese language is not required for the ALT position. Applicants must hole a  Bachelor's Degree by July 2015. JET is open to citizens of 40 countries, but candidates must apply in their country of citizenship. Candidates should be mature, flexible and interestd in learning about Japn while shar4ing their own dulture.
Compensation:
Time Frame:TBD
Location:Japan
Application Deadline: August 28, 2015


Higgins Armory Museum Internships

Description

The Higgins Armory Museum is the only museum in the Western Hemisphere dedicated to the interpretation of arms and armor from antiquity to circa 1800, with an emphasis on the European medieval and Renaissance periods. Internships are available year-round in a variety of subject areas. Interns work closely with the Museum staff person in their area of interest, who, in conjunction with the student’s academic supervisor, oversees the progress of the internship and the completion of a distinct project. Internships are designed for college students, advance high school juniors or seniors, or post-graduates.

The Museum Conservator/Exhibits Preparator is responsible for the physical care, maintenance, and protection of the collection and also installs exhibits. Conservation interns assist the Conservator/Exhibits Preparator with ongoing functions and responsibilities. The internship provides hands-on skills and experience in a variety of activities relating to artifact care, management, and display.
Internship applications are accepted three times a year by the following deadlines:

•March 15 for summer internships (between May/June and August)
•September 1 for fall internships (between September and December
•December 15 for winter internships (between January and April)

QualificationsNon-Specified
Compensation: Unpaid
Time Frame: 8-12 weeks, 10-35 hours/week
Location:Worcester
Application Deadline: December 15, 2014


Student Volunteer Tutors

Description

The New Citizens Center is looking for volunteers on Thursday's: 1:30-2:15pm to help students with their homework during study hall period,. THis is a great opportunity to work with refugee and immigrant students.

Qualifications
Students committed to serving their community! Strong social, communication and organizational skills required. Strong computer skills, proficient in Word and Excel a definite plus. All specific college requirements for credit responsibility of student. Background Check is required.

Compensation: Unpaid
Time Frame: Thursday's 1:30-2:15
Location: Worcester
Application Deadline: November 17, 2014


After School Intern-Girls INC.

Description

About Girls Inc. of Worcester:
Girls Inc. of Worcester, located at 125 Providence St. in Worcester, MA, works to inspire all girls to be
strong, smart, and bold by offering quality research-based programs in a safe environment, providing
opportunities for girls to take healthy risks, and helping girls to build leadership skills and master physical;
intellectual; social and emotional challenges. All internships offered through Girls Inc. of Worcester are
unpaid and run on a seasonal basis (Fall: September-December, Spring: January-April, and Summer: May-
August).
Position Description:
The After School Intern will work directly with the girls, providing critical assistance to the program staff in
the after school program. Girls Inc. of Worcester’s current programs include: Homework Help, Computer
Lab, Health and Fitness, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), and art.

Qualifications

College and/or work experience in any of the following fields: human services, education, health
sciences, and/or psychology
· Experience and sensitivity to working with people from diverse backgrounds
· Personal commitment to empowering and inspiring youth
· Strong communications skills
· Must successfully complete a CORI background check
· Teaming building skills are a plus

Compensation: Unpaid Internship
Time Frame: After school hours, approximately from 2PM to 6PM.
Location: Worcester
Application Deadline: June 01, 2015


Teen Program Intern-Girls INC.

Description

About the Girls Inc. of Worcester:

Girls Inc. of Worcester, located at 125 Providence St. in Worcester, MA, works to inspire all girls yo be strong, smart, and bold by offering quality research-based programs in a safe environment, providing opportuniyirs for girls to take healthy risks, and helping girls yo build leadership skills and master physical; intellectual; social and emotional achallenges. All internships offered through Girls Inc. of Worcester are unpaid and run on a seasonal basis (Fall: September-December, Spring: January- April, and Summer: May- August).

Position Description:

The Teen Progran Intern will use personal expertise and talnts to enhance the current teen program offerings. girls Inc. of WOrcester's extensive teen programming includes: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) curriculum, confidence building exercises, Anti-bullying educaion, expressive arts performance, and much more. The Teen Program INtern will work closely wiyh yhe Program Director to bring these initiayives to life for the girls and further develop the present array.

Qualifications
Must have an interest in and affinity for working with teen girls
Must be a positive, hardworking, team player
Must help facilitate progaams in a way that respects girls and encourages them to take healthy risks and try new things.
Must successfully complete a CORI background check
Resulting skills and experience gained:
The opportunity to use personal skills yo help individuals and the community
Experience in quality, research-based, gender specific programming

Compensation: Unpaid
Time Frame: Mostly after school hours, approximately from 2 pm to 6 Pm and daytime hours for prep time and on MOndays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, with some variance from program to program. Flexible hours are available.
Location:Worcester
Application Deadline: June 01, 2015


The Tandana Foundation: ESL Teaching Internship

Description:

For more information, please visit: http://www.tandanafoundation.org/employment_1.html?gclid=CMrjn7XamMECFeVaMgodKmcACg


Latin American Association Internship Program

Description

For more information, please visit: http://www.thelaa.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=70&Itemid=102&lang=en


Bilingual Hostel Internship

Description
For more information, pleasevisit: http://www.gointernabroad.com/career-fields/item/223-bilingual-hostel-internship

Location:Location: Valencia, Spain


Public Education and Outreach Intern

Description

Public education and outreach (undergraduates, law, or other graduate students). Students contact organizations that serve individuals likely to experience discrimination to schedule outreach presentations, and then conduct those presentations to the public. Excellent public speaking skills are required.

Qualifications

  • Bilingual ability in Spanish is preferred.
  • Applicants should possess good to excellent academic standing
  • An interest in civil rights
  • Relevant skills to each position, such as administrative, public speaking, investigative, and legal research and writing skills.

A knowledge of discrimination law is helpful, but not expected.

Compensation: Unpaid
Time Frame:
A minimum of 10 hours per week during the fall and spring semesters; full-time during the summer.
Location: Worcester, MA
Application Deadline: January 23, 2015


Intern/Volunteer-courseworld.org

Description:
http://www.courseworld.org

If you love to learn, we'd love your help. CourseWorld (www.courseworld.org) is the first online education platform for the liberal arts. A fast-growing nonprofit startup, our free video library includes over 19,000 lectures in the Arts and Humanities.
This is a virtual/remote opportunity -- i.e., you can work from anywhere.
Commitment is 5 to 8 hours per week for a minimum of two months. Unpaid. Course credit may be available depending on your school.

We offer two types of internships (or you may do a combination):
VIDEO INTERN: Help build our virtual library by adding, tagging, and categorizing videos (30 per week) within a desired subject specialty. Whether your passion lies in the Humanities (e.g., Literature, Languages, Philosophy) or the Arts (e.g., Art History, Music, Theater), you'll be helping to build a valuable educational resource--and hopefully learning a lot in the process.

MARKETING/PR INTERN: Help promote our grassroots initiative by growing our community on Facebook (www.facebook.com/courseworld), Twitter (www.twitter.com/courseworld), and Pinterest (www.pinterest.com/courseworld). Write and edit status updates; contribute to online discussions; design witty image macros and quotes; and/or write and pitch guest blog posts.

Qualifications

Sincere love of learning -- and passion for a particular subject/specialty - Self-motivated, independent, and highly disciplined - Detail-oriented - Responsible and deadline-driven

Compensation: Unpaid
Time Frame: Commitment is 5 to 8 hours per week for a minimum of two months.
Location:
Application Deadline: September 18, 2015


Civil Liberties Research & Production Intern

Description
Interns are needed to help in the office and to help with the interviewing of clients, investigations, legal research, preparation of forms, nd other duties. All volunters will receive on the job training. Intake responsibilities include screening telephone complaints to determine whether they donstitute civil lilberties violations, and writing up the complaint for review by he Director and legal Panel.
If the complaint is not a civil liberties matter, the assistant directs the caller to another agency. Other activities include writing interrogatories, summarizing cases, writing press releases and newsletters, and helping to pass legislation through outreach and advocacy. The intern is also invited to attend board and legal panel meetings, observe trials, and attend meetings with local governmenrt and civic organizations.

Ron Madnick was for thirty-one years the executive director of the Worceste County Chapter of the Ameican Civil LIberties Union of Massachusetts. He has had, he believes, over 100 interns from Clark University. He is a 1959 graduate of Clark University. He continuesto do Civil Liberties work. He is also state president of the Massachusetts Chapter of Americans United for the Separation of Church and State as well as a board member of other organizations. He has a television show: Civil Liberties with Ron Madnick: know your rights on TV 13 Worcester which are shown five times each week and can be seen on the internet. Interns would help with preparation for the shows. He has had on the show judges, attorneys, government department heads and others.

Qualifications
The person should be patient, concerned and even-tempered. One must be able to listen, ask pertinent questions, and maintain an objective attitude in dealing with people who are experiencing problems. The person should be able to maitain confidentiality with legal and personal information. We do not have requirements for the applicants major, GPA or year. People interestd in civil liberties from the fields of public policy, law, government, sociology, psychology and journalism have been succcessful in our office. There are year-round opportunities for work.

Compensation: unpaid
Time Frame: fall, spring, summer
Location: Worcester
Application Deadline: January 12, 2015


IES Abroad Internships

Description: For more information please visit: http://www.iesabroad.org/study-abroad/internships?gclid=CObB5ofjmMECFRJp7Aod2CcAyw


Internships Abroad with Foundation for Sustainable Development (FSD)

Description

As an FSD intern, you will gain invaluable exprience by working directly on grassroots initiatives in your area of interest. As you work wih FSD's in-country staff, you ill receive on-site training and real-world skillbuilding. Our rigorous Internaional Internship program allows you to live with a host family and gain highly transferable skills in project design and managemeny, participayory leadership, community assessments, budgeting/financial managment, and corss-cultural communications

Qualifications

No specific qualifications

Compensation: unpaid;
Time Frame: academic year or summer
Location: various
Application Deadline: July 07, 2015


Teaching Assistant Program in France

Description

Are you ready to expand your cultural horizons and share your lsngusge and cluture with French students?
The Teaching Assistant Program in France offers you the opportunity to work in France for 7 months, teaching English to French students of all ages. Each year, over  1,100 American citizens and permanent residents teach in public schools axcross all regions of metropolitan Fraance and in the overseas departments of  French Guiana, guadeloupe, Martinique and Reunion.
visit out prospective Applicants (http://highereducation.frncheducation.org/teach-in-france/prospective-applicants) section to find out how you can gain valuable teaching experience, improve your language skills, and experience French culture first-hand through the Teaching Assistant Program in France.

Job Duties:

Assistants teach 12 hours per week in up to 3 schools. Classes are conducted in English. Teadhing assistants conduct all or part of a class, typically leading conversations in English. Duties include serving as a resourxw person in conversation groups, providing small group tutorials, and giving talks related to American studies. Assignments vary depending on the school's needs and the assistant's abilities.
Contracts are available at the elementary or secondary school level .

Elementary School - Children aged 8-11 years old. Assistant leads oral activities with small groups, or works alongside the teacher with the entire class present.
Good level of French required.
Secondary School - Students aged 11-18 years old. Assistant serves as a resource person in conversation groups, provides small group tutorials, facilitates Englilsh-language clubs, or works alongside the teacher with the entire class present. Proficient level of French required.

Qualifications:

  • CITIZENSHIP: Candidates must be citizens or premanent residents of the United States. Foreign naionals with a u. S. Green Card may only apply if they are citizens of one of these countries.
    French nationals and french-American dual citizens are not eligible to apply
  • AGE: Candidates must be  between 20 and 30 years old on the start date of the program.
    The grant's age limit is strict and we cannot make exceptions. We do not offer any similar programs for people not meeting the TAPIF eligibility requirements.
  • EDUCATION: Candidates must have completed at least 3 years of higher (post-secondary) education by the start dare of the program. Years of community college studies can count towars this requirement.
  • ENGLISH LANGUAGE / BACKGROUND:
    candidates  must be native speakres of English and must have completed the majority of their elementary, secondary, an university studies in the Unitd States.
  • FRENCH LANGUAGE SKILLS:
    Proficiency in French is required (minimum B1 level on Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). French majors and minors are encouraged to apply. Candidates without a French major or minor may apply if they have developed at least a basic proficiency in French (equivalenty to 3 semesters of college French) and/or lived abroad in a Francophone country.
    Language skills are essential to facilitating work in the classroom and integrating into a new community. A personal statement in French and letters of recommendation attesting to the applicanty's French skills, attitude, and work ethic are required.
    If the applicant does not have proof of French courses or does not have access to a French professor for the application's language evaluation, h or she can submit scores from a standardized French language test (TCF, TEF, DELF, DALF) available through the Alliance Francaise. Applicants must have their test results before the application deadline, so it is imortant to research testing dates well in advance. For mor information, please contact your local branch of the Alliance Francaise.
  • OTHER:
    The selection process favors applicants who hae prior exprience teaching or working with children, adolescents, and/or adults. This is not required, but all applicants should demonstrate at least an interest in education.
    Candidatrs must possess the skills to promote cultural understaning between France and the United States. Prior experience livinb, weorking, snf/ot trveling abroad is helpul in demonstrating this ability and an appreciation of other cultures.
  • PARTICIPATING IN THE PROGRAM A SECOND TIME:
    Americans may participate a maximum of 2 times in the TAPIF program, however not in consecutive yers. Assisstants must sit out at least one3 year be3fore reapplying to participate again in TAPID.

Compensation: unpaid
Time Frame: 12 hours per week academic year or summer
Location: France
Application Deadline: January 16, 2015


U.S. Department of State Student Internship Program

Description

The Department of State tries to provide student interns with opportunities both educationally and professional substantive in nature. The purpose of the program is to provide students with insight into work of U.S. foreign policy and the administration of the U.S. Department of State and our diplomatic facilities around the world. Specific duties and responsibilities vary according to the domestic office or overseas post of assignment. Former Department of State Student Experience Interns have written reports on human rights issues, participated with trade negotiations, assisted with U.S. citizen's services or visa work, helped Americans in distress abroad, supported and helped to coordinate international conferences and visits of high-level officials, researched economic or environmental issues, monitored and evaluated media reporting, supported educational and cultural exchange activities and identified U.S. experts to speak overseas, and worked on web pages and electronic journals.

Other examples include interns with scientific and technical backgrounds working on issues such as arms control, genetically modified organisms (GMO's), infectious diseases, and remote sensing.

Also, students interested in management and administration may use their expertise working on projects involving budgets, human resources, information systems, or general logistical support to posts abroad. Student Experience Interns should also expect to do some routine administrative work.

Participants gain first-hand, hands-on experience, and learn the realities of working in—and with—Foreign and Civil Service professionals who are at the forefront of America's diplomatic efforts.

Qualifications

To qualify you must:

  • Be a United States citizen
  • Be at least 16 years old
  • Have at least a 2.5 GPA
  • Be pursuing a baccalaureate or graduate degree.
  • Be a college junior, senior, or graduate student. You are considered a college junior if you will be starting your junior year immediately following the completion of your internship.
  • Be enrolled in an accredited college or university on at least a half-time basis.
  • Must be a continuing student, meaning that you will be returning to your course of study the semester/quarter immediately following the completion of your internship.
  • Be able to receive and maintain a security clearance.

Compensation: unpaid
Time Frame: summer
Location: Internships are available at many of the over 265 U.S. embassies, consulates and missions to international organizations around the world, as well as at the Department of State in Washington, D.C. and other locations throughout the U.S.


English Teacher in China

Description

Benefits for you:
1. Free Round-trip intenational airfare paid by your host school if you teach at the same school for one academic year.
2. Free furnished-apartment usually on school campus, with a bathroom, a bedroom, a living room, TV, phone, air-conditioning/heating, and cooking utensils, etc.
3.Well-paid positions with free Chinese lessons.
4. Paid three-week winter vacation
5. Travel stipends of 2200 RMB Yuan

Qualifications

a) Standard English speakers without any accent;
b) BA / BS degree ot highrt (Summer Internships available for in-school students);
c) Age: 20-65
Compensation: one-time stipend
Time-Frame: Summer- one-year
Location: China
Application Deadline: November 29, 2014


ACLU:  Bilingual (English-Spanish) Intern or Volunteer for Spring 2015

https://www.aclum.org/jobs#spanish

Description

Do you speak Spanish? Do you love to write? Do you want to work for justice and civil rights in a friendly and exciting environment?
The ACLU Foundation of Massachusetts, a public interst organization that defends civil rights and civil liberties, is seeking a person who is fluent in English and Spanish to help our outreach efforts in the Latino community. The person will write articles for publication on our websites and in media outlets and translate materials. He or she may also present on our issues, communicate with advocates and community members in Spanish, attend community meetings in Spanish and speak one-on-one with Spanish speakers on a variety of issues.
The intern/volunteer will address a variety of the issues the ACLU covers, from immigrant rights to free speech to LGBT issues. Articles will be posted on aclum.org, miaclu.org and/or our social media outlets.
Start/end dates and hours are flexible. It is also possible to work remotely.
The intern/volunteer will be placed in the Field Department and will work primarily with a lawyer in the Field and Legal Departments.

Qualifications
The applicant should be able to read documents in English and Spanish, communicate fluently in both languages, and write well in Spanish.
Please send a cover letter (in Spanish), a resume or CV (in English or Spanish), and a writing sample (in Spanish) to the contact below. If you don't already have a writing sample in Spanish you can write a piece (300 words or less) about a recent news event. Look at miaclu.org got dtylre ifrsdr. Feel free to call if you have any questions.

Laura Rótolo
Staff Counsel
ACLU of Massachusetts
211 Congress Street
Boston, MA 02110
lrotolo@aclum.org
617.482.3170 x 311
Compensation: unpaid
Time Frame: Spring 2015
Location: Boston, MA
Application Deadline: December 19, 2014


Orphanage Home Volunteer Opportunities

Description

The Teshie Children's Home in Ghana began as a child care society which operates from Teshie-Nungua, a suburb of Accra, where the Cripples Home is now located. This is the most over looked Orphanage in recent years in the Capital. The society was established in 1994 by Mrs. Janet Parker with the help of several Ghanaian women to care for orphans and vulnerable children. The number of these children increased over time as a result of industrialization and urbanization. Presently, the number of children as at now, between the ages of 7 months and 20 years is 45. That is 23 boys and 22 girls. Teshie Orphanage has been in existence 8 years ago
The organization provides a home for these vulnerable children at all levels of education from senior high school, special needs schools, all the way down to pre-school. Basic schooling is done within the community and children are given the opportunity to make the best of their abilities without hindrance. This is achieved through the awarding of scholarships by several renowned schools, sponsorships by individuals and organisations, and the Children’s Home’s resources. It is the mission of Teshie Orphanage Home to provide children with appropriate care and clearly established regulations and procedures to afford them hope for a better future. This hope comes from the efforts to fully reintegrate all those children in the Home back into mainstream society.
It is the aim of the Teshie Orphanage with the help of Volunteers and any form of aid to run educational, health care clinics and awareness-raising programmes relating to women and children.
Placement categories
Teaching Assistant
A teaching assistant is needed to assist the children with their class work and home work. The volunteer will seek to offer one-on-one assistance to the children.

Volunteer Co-ordinator
A volunteer coordinator is needed to supervise and coordinate the work of volunteers at the orphanage. These will include both local and foreign volunteers.

Project Assistant
A project assistant is required to assist the Director in administering day-to-day affairs of the orphanage, including sourcing funds.

Care Assistant
A Care Assistant is needed to assist staff in providing needed care to orphans throughout the various developmental stages of the children’s life. The volunteer will need to help create a friendly, healthy, and loving environment for the children. This may include helping them get ready for school and generally giving them love, attention, and a smile.

Sports Teacher
A sports teacher is needed to design and implement an effective physical education programme for the Home. The volunteer will seek to help the children appreciate the importance of regular physical activity.

Nursery Project Assistant
The services of a project assistant are needed to help raise money for the nursery project as well as help in the construction and introduction of this new nursery.

Qualifications:

You must be at least 18 years of age upon application.
• You must have a background of relevance to the individual position and have a strong interest in helping disadvantaged children.
• In order to maintain the sustainability and high performance of this project all interns are required to complete a detailed hand-over document for successive interns.
• You will need to be flexible and tolerant, show initiative and enthusiasm to face the many hurdles and challenges that you will encounter

Compensation: Unpaid
Time Frame: 20-30 hours per week
Location: Ghana
Application Deadline: December 31, 2014


School For the Deaf Volunteer Opportunities

Description:

Accra School for the Deaf (Accra Deaf) aims to give formal education to hearing-impaired children in Ghana. The school seeks to equip its students with basic literacy, numeracy and problem solving skills. Furthermore it teaches its students important skills such as carpentry, farming, and dressmaking, enabling the students to be participants in the socio-economic life of this developing nation. Accra Deaf is amazing, such a happy, vibrant and positive school.
The World Health Organization estimates that 80% of the world's 278 million deaf people live in developing countries and 25% became deaf as children. Only 10% of deaf children living in developing countries receive any education at all. Hearing impairment and deafness are serious disabilities that can impose a heavy social and economic burden on individuals, families, communities and countries. Children with hearing impairment often experience delayed development of speech, language and cognitive skills, which may result in slow learning and difficulty progressing in school. Both children and adults may suffer from social stigmatization and isolation as a result of hearing impairment.
The school uses Ghanaian Sign Language which is similar to American Sign Language. Volunteers with other sign languages are also welcome and in our experience adapt well to the different sign language.
Accra Deaf requires the following volunteers:
Grounds Men (or women!) Grounds men are required to help with the upkeep of the grounds, farmland and animals. No formal experience is required, but would be appreciated.
Classroom Assistant The volunteer will help supervise the children and check their work. Ideally the volunteer would have working knowledge of sign-language and an interest in teaching.
Playtime & Sports Assistant The assistant needs to be outgoing & proactive, should organize games for the kids, create lesson plans & generally encourage the students to pursue sport.
Please be aware that you do not need to be able to sign to apply for these volunteer opportunities.

Qualifications:

You must be at least 18 years of age upon application.
• You must have a background of relevance to the individual position and have a strong interest in helping disadvantaged children.
• In order to maintain the sustainability and high performance of this project all interns are required to complete a detailed hand-over document for successive interns.
• You will need to be flexible and tolerant, show initiative and enthusiasm to face the many hurdles and challenges that you will encounter

Compensation: Unpaid
Time Frame: 20-30 hours per week
Location: Accra, Ghana
Application Deadline: December 31, 2014


China Internship Program-Get Work Experience Abroad!

Description:

CRCC Asia is seeking ambitious, talented and hardworking students and graduates for its 2014 China Internship Program. Chinese language skills are not necessary, fluent English is the only language requirement.
Our program has been featured in numerous high profile media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek and the BBC. Click here to read more: http://www.crccasia.com./about-us/media-coverage/
This is an incredible opportunity to gain excellent professional experience and transferable skills in one of the worlds most important and fastest-growing economies. You will be working in a company in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, or Sanya where you will be required to work independently and in international teams. Our internships last 1, 2, or 3 months.
There are many sectors available including (but not limited to) Business Development, Finance, Marketing, Advertising, Legal, PR, Pharmaceutical, NGOs, Sustainable Energy and Engineering.
Typical tasks include: conducting research, writing reports, giving presentations, working in teams on strategy, accompanying colleagues on client meetings and business administration.
Our China Internship Program is highly regarded by employers and is certain to make a positive impact on your Resume. Many of our previous interns are now working in top international firms.

CRCC Asia offers other programs including: Intensive Mandarin courses, Hospitality Internships on the tropical resort of Sanya, and a China travel program, all of which can be done in conjunction with or in lieu of our Internship Program.We have internship programs running throughout 2014. More information can be found on our website, www.crccasia.com

All CRCC Asia Programs provide a full package of support, activities and networks from the moment you join the program until well after your return from China. Due to Republic of China visa regulations internships are unpaid. International internship experience in China can only be possible through an unpaid internship, however we ensure that every aspect of your trip to China from your internship to our regular social and cultural activities is managed in a friendly and professional manner.

Our Comprehensive China Internship Program Includes:
Guaranteed internship in a sector of your choice
Visa processing for China
Airport pickup
Accommodation for duration of internship
Welcome banquet
Welcome pack
SIM card and city guide
Induction course and cultural training
Weekly Beginner Mandarin lessons
Social and networking events
English speaking supervisor
Full support and guidance from our Beijing/Shanghai/Shenzhen/or Sanya office

How To Apply:
Apply online at http://www.crccasia.com/apply/

Qualifications:

All applicants must have completed or be currently enrolled in a degree program. We are also looking for you to exhibit a strong academic record, and an interest in foreign travel and culture. Fluent English is essential; if you speak some Chinese and would like to practice your language skills we can find you a company where this is possible.

Compensation: Unpaid
Time Frame: Our internships last 1, 2, or 3 months. 
Location:  Beijing/Shanghai/Sanya/Shenzhen

Study Abroad in China

Description: For more information, please see: http://cetacademicprograms.com/programs/china/


Teaching Intern

Description:
The intern's responsibilities will include supervised teaching under the guidance of an experienced mrmbrt of the department, observation of other classes, and teadhing or assisting in at least one other class. The fieles open to interns are English, Mathematics, History, Classics, French, Spanish, BIology, CHemisty, Physics, religion, the Arts (not Art History), and Asmission. Interns also help coach athletics during at least two but preperably three seasons, assist in dormitory supervision one evening per week and every fourth Saturday evening or as needed, and participate in other areas of school life commensurate with their interests and talents.
Teacher-intern appointments are for one year and carry a salaryof $27,300 plus living quarters, meals in the school dining hall, and full utilities except for telephone. Medical Insurande is provided with interns paying 25% of the premium for whichever plan is chosen.

Qualifications:None Specified

Compensation: Salary of $27,300 plus living quarters, meals in the School Dining Hall, and full utilitis except for telephone. Medical insurance is provided with interns paying 25% of the prmium for which3ver plan is chosen
Time Frame: One-year
Location: Groton, MA
Application Deadline: January 01, 2015


Spring Intern- Asian Studies:

Description: The Asian Studies internship will focus primarily on Asian security initiatives and U. S> strategy in the region. An intern will work undr AEI scholars Dan Blumenthal and Michael Auslin focusing on China, Japan, North Korea, and Southeast Asia. The major responsibility of department intens is concucting oprn doutcer reserch for short-term and long-term projects focusing on defense and security issues in the Asia Pacifc, including Chins'd militstry modernization, American alliances in Asia and other topics. Interns will lso assist in staffing department events

Qualifications:The ideal candidate will have an interest in Asian security affairs,research or previous relevant internship experience, good analytical ability, and the dicipline to work independently. Chinese and/or Japanese language skills are helpful but not required.

Compensation: Unpaid
Time Frame:Unspecified
Location: Washington, DC
Application Deadline: January 4, 2015


Summer Internship Program in Germany

Description: For mor information please see: http://culturalvistas.org/programs-for-students-and-professionals/internships-abroad/summer-internship-program-in-germany