Virtual internships are available in multiple career fields, offering professional development and practical experience. Earn between 4-10 credits while gaining experience in a virtual, cross-cultural environment.
Interns will be individually placed in a specific organization with a focus on an aspect of human rights. Placements will vary based on interns’ experience, skill set, and interests.
Interns will be individually placed with a specific organization focused on topics related to public policy and planning, such as environmentalism, sustainability, non-profit work, urban development, community engagement, and more!
Interns will support a community-based non-profit focused on human rights for sex workers in Singapore and beyond. Project X is challenging the stigma of sex work and working to end discrimination that results in physical, verbal, emotional, and financial violence.
Encourage stewardship and support outdoor conservation programs with a nonprofit in the heart of Singapore. Interns will directly support the work of Waterways Watch Society (WWS) by coordinating and leading educational and clean-up programs for visitors of all ages. Popular programs take place on foot, bike, and kayak. English language internship. Perfect for students who want to work outdoors and share their passion for the environment!
Contribute to research projects with a dynamic think tank in the coastal city of Kochi. Interns are invited to India’s Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) to support research in one of three study centers for comparative studies, urban studies, and strategic studies. Students can choose their area of interest, including education, health, urbanization, government, poverty, development, mobility, smart cities, planning, foreign policy, security, and more.
Interns will work alongside the Commercial Specialists at the U.S. Commercial Service in Singapore, learning about the business climate in Singapore and SE Asia. The USCS supports American companies looking to expand their business in the ASEAN economies. Interns will conduct market research, assist in develop customized solutions for clients, and support trade events. Internship only open to US citizens. Interested students are encouraged to apply ahead of the application deadline.
Help bring nature and the English language to underserved youth in Japan with Mirai no Mori, a Tokyo nonprofit that runs outdoor camps, nature weekends, and leadership programs for abused, neglected, and orphaned children. Interns are primarily needed during summer term to help prepare and run three week-long camps in the forest. Office-based positions in fall and spring term may be possible, focusing on event management, fundraising, and program planning. Conversational Japanese or higher required.
Develop your cross-cultural professional skills in a variety of fields while in New Zealand. Individualized placements are available in business, communications, social work, art and design, film, sports, non-profit management, hospitality, tourism, architecture, and education.
Support a New Delhi-based public charitable trust, which provides homes and resources for orphaned and abandoned children and underserved young adults in India. Interns will support activities from the head office and can also organize and assist with educational and social programs in the children’s homes. Opportunities are available within teaching (English, art, technology, life skills, etc.), social and health programming, IT, communication, organization, and management. Unique homestay option for interns to live at one of the children’s homes.