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Like many of our peer organizations, we’ve had to make decisions about our upcoming summer...

Updates on IE3 Global Internships Program Dates

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Like many of our peer organizations, we’ve had to make decisions about our upcoming summer…

IE3 Global COVID-19 Response

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To our IE3 community, IE3 Global has been closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak around…

Where is Aly now? An Interview with a Past Intern.

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The international internship experience is so much more than just days marked on a calendar and photos. Sometimes though, it’s hard to imagine what comes next, so we asked some of our alumni about their post-internship and job search experience.

Take a Slow Approach

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Oregon State University student, Courtney, offers advice for future interns about how to re-integrate back into life in the United States after she completed an international internship with Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia.

Making a Difference with Rabbits in Uganda

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Portland State University student Megan, is making a difference in the lives of people in Uganda through an internship with Child Family Health International. 

South Korea Welcomes Ridwan

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University of Washington student, Ridwan, recently interned in the International Affairs office at the University of Ulsan in South Korea. Read about her journey in self-realization here.

Hablas Español?

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Grace from Oregon State University completed an internship in Spain last summer with a company performing biotechnology research.  Read about how she broadened her perspectives by working with people from different cultures.

Cooking is an Art

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Maile participated in an internship with Student Exchange Vietnam in Hanoi, Vietnam. Read about how she discovered food is “the thread that stitches people together”.

Cultivating a Future

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During James (Ty) Seely’s internship with Long Way Home in Guatemala, he developed a worm composting program, cultivated oyster mushrooms from salvaged agricultural products, and developed a deep connection with the Guatemalan community around him.

 

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