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Internship Opportunities

Bi/multilingual students have the opportunity to work in a variety of settings.  In order to make more informed decisions about life after college, and understand what types of careers and working environments best fit their needs and interests, students are highly recommended to seek out internship and volunteer experiences as soon as they are able.

DePaul Handshake is a great place to start. Once you log in, click on jobs/internships (left-side menu) and review the jobs/internships that have been posted. Below are ideas for additional internship opportunities that may be of interest to bi/multilingual students. This is merely a list of possibilities and does not include every possible internship opportunity. Students are encouraged to use this list to gather more information about the types of internships that are available, learn more about intern applicant requirements and gain perspective on how to search for other internships related to their career goals and interests. A number of the opportunities listed below were found through Cornell University. Additional internships were also found through Loyola University Chicago, University of Illinois and Northern Illinois University websites.

Additional Information and Tips for Internships & Employment:

The posting of an internship or job does not mean that DePaul University is making any recommendation regarding the internship or job. Students should understand that DePaul University does not make any representations or guarantees about the accuracy of information regarding internships and jobs included here. Students are responsible for requesting additional information from a potential internship site or employer as necessary to make internship or employment decisions. helps U.S. companies plan, develop and execute international sales strategies necessary to succeed in today's global marketplace. Developed by international trade specialists and economists, here you will find trusted market intelligence, practical advice and business tools to help you understand how to export, connect with foreign buyers, and expand operations in new markets.

French American Chamber of Commerce

Offers an international career development program with internships for Americans in French companies. The FACC training program for Americans in France connects qualified young Americans aspiring to work in France with companies interested in hosting them for up to 18 months. Through a partnership with the French Government agency Office des Migrations Internationales, the FACC’s International Career Development Programs sponsor training visas for American students and recent graduates to work in France. Work is paid at least €1,300/month (French minimum wage).

Global China Connection

GCC's unique Chinese Language and Internship Program combines Chinese language studies with practical work experience in an international corporation or domestic company operating in China. This program is ideal for graduate students or professionals interested in improving their Chinese language skills and gaining work experience in China. The Internship program may also be combined with the Chinese Language and Business program offered by GCC.

Global Internships - Finance

A finance internship offers an incredible opportunity to gain real-world experience in the high-stakes finance industry. Most importantly a finance internship allows you to distinguish yourself from your classmates, as you gain a competitive advantage by connecting your coursework with industry experience. Gain experience from companies focusing in wealth management, capital assets, financial analysis, and client services.

Italian American Chamber of Commerce

Throughout the year, various volunteer opportunities exist with the IACC. The IACC also needs assistance in hosting networking events, the annual Italian Expo and Gala & Awards Dinner. Please contact the IACC for more information about volunteering opportunities at (312) 553-9137 or

RAI Corporation (American subsidiary of Radio RAI Radiotelevisione Italiana)

RAI Corp., headquartered in New York City, is the American subsidiary of the Italian public broadcasting network. Unpaid internships are available throughout the year in client services, production, accounting and finance, and journalism.

Royal Caribbean Cruises

At Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., our summer internship program has provided many students with the opportunity to gain valuable experience through exposure to real life business situations at our corporate headquarters in South Florida. As an intern you will be a part of our dynamic, global workforce and work closely with our leadership to gain insight into how we create the products, systems and services that help us deliver the best vacation experience to our guests on land and sea.


Sony’s U.S. companies offer college students the opportunity to work in an exciting, innovative, fast-paced environment while receiving valuable hands-on experience. These internships are a great way to work on challenging projects and to be recognized for your talent and hard work, while giving your career a head start and bringing what is learned in the classroom to life. Our interns truly become a part of their Sony departments and work shoulder-to-shoulder with some of the most talented professionals in the industry.

Spanish Broadcasting System

Spanish Broadcasting System (SBS) offers a dynamic work environment and competitive benefits package which includes, medical, dental coverage through a National Healthcare provider, vision care plan, life insurance and short term disability, 401(k) plan, Health Care Spending account and Credit Union membership. Paid vacation and holidays.

THG Sports

London-Berlin-Stockholm-Kiev-Barcelona-Madrid-Dublin-Dubai-Prague-Cape Town-Singapore-Tokyo-Sydney-Kuala Lumpur-Chicago-San Diego-Montreal-Vancouver-Rio-Sao Paulo- Miami: There are usually 5 reasons why someone applies for a role at thg. In no particular order, you can prioritise yourself. First there is the travel. With over 60 offices worldwide, successful employees can apply to work from any of those offices, subject to the current opportunities and company needs at that time. Second, there is the money. A top performing executive can earn €100,000 in their first year; most successful executives will earn between €40,000-€60,000 in their first year, increasing 50% in their second, once they have a client base and a small team. Third, there is fast track promotion. From Sales Executive to Senior Executive in 3 months, Team Leader in 6 months, Assistant Manager within a year, and Sales Manager in 18 months! Fourth there is love of sales. The adrenalin of closing high value deals at Managing Director level in Fortune 500 companies in a matter of minutes. Finally there is the product. Who would not want to sell VIP hospitality during major sport events such as the Olympics, World Cup Football and Rugby, The Masters, Wimbledon or the Monaco GP, and have the chance to attend the event with their client!

Transatlantic Program (TAP)

Offered by the German American Chamber of Commerce of the Midwest in conjunction with the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology. Students (preference given to juniors and seniors) perform internships, usually paid, in renewable energy, engineering, and business. Proficiency equivalent to two years of college German required.


WGBO Univision internship program offers training for students that are interested in a Broadcasting Career. We work with colleges and universities to provide students the opportunity to apply what they have learned in the classroom. The students will be given the opportunity to work with photographers, editors and our production crew.


You're on the lookout for an exciting internship? We offer you the opportunity to get a taste of Volkswagen and gain practical work experience. You can also write your final paper/dissertation at Volkswagen. And if you are particularly talented, you'll have the chance to be included in our student talent bank.


When you intern with Zappos, you get more than just "real world work experience." You become part of our family. Our core values are embodied in every aspect of the program that sums to an incredible journey that will enable you to enter the workforce with ninja-like skills and a sunny disposition. When you work with us, you gain 1,500 friends who form a support system that's the cat's pajamas. And the perks! In addition to being paid an hourly rate, Zappos summer interns receive free food and drinks on our campus, access to social and community service events, 40% off on and may qualify for corporate housing and transition assistance.​

Associazione Culturale Linguistica Educational (A.C.L.E.)
Opportunity for native English speakers to spend a summer as a camp counselor in Italy. Summer camp program is geared toward teaching English through a variety of songs, games, and drama productions. Counselors earn 245 euro a week or 225 euro a week  if they teach in a city.  Program fee covers room and board (homestay, flat, or hotel), travel between camps, and on-the-job insurance. Those with acting skills can apply to work for 5 months with the Theatrino program, which tours Italian schools to present interactive shows and workshops in English. Pay is 250 euro a week with accommodations and transport provided.

The Met internship
A nine-week summer internship for college students that focuses on conducting gallery workshops for children about medieval art. Interns work full-time, five days a week for a stipend of $2,925.

Education Pioneers

The Education Pioneers Summer Internship Program (SIP) is a full-time, 10-week summer program where talented and motivated undergraduate students will get first-hand experience working for a rapidly growing and successful national nonprofit.  Interns will be exposed to the many facets of Education Pioneers, work closely with sites or national teams during our summer training program, have the opportunity to attend the numerous networking and professional development events, and work on meaningful summer projects.

English Language Teaching Assistantship Program, Fulbright Commission for the Austrian Ministry of Education, the Arts and Culture

Paid opportunities to TA English courses for one school year in secondary schools throughout Austria.

Language Trainers

Language Trainers provides individually-tailored language training on a one-on-one or small group basis to busy people who need language skills for business, family and travel needs.

Newberry Library/École Nationale des Chartes Exchange Fellowship 

This fellowship provides a monthly stipend and free tuition for an American or Canadian graduate student to study at the École Nationale des Chartes in Paris for a period of three months. The École des Chartes is the oldest institution in Europe specializing in the archival sciences, including paleography, bibliography, textual editing, and the history of the book. Applications are especially encouraged from students who are in the early stages of preparing their dissertations. In your project abstract and project description, provide specifics about your need for the training available at the École Nationale des Chartes and how it will contribute to your dissertation or future projects.

Pasteur Foundation

Students interested in biomedical research can spend a summer interning at the Institut Pasteur in Paris to get international lab experience. Interns will receive a living allowance of $400 per week for a maximum of $4,000. Travel and housing is not covered by this program, but a $500 subsidy is provided and intended to defray costs of travel and requisite insurance. French knowledge is a plus, but not required.

Stanford University—“Volunteer and Internship Opportunities in Latin America”

Stanford’s Center for Latin American Studies provides an extensive list of organizations in Latin America seeking volunteers and interns.

Teach for China

This innovative nonprofit organization takes a unique approach to eliminating educational inequity in China by enlisting the US and China's most promising future leaders in the effort. Placed in four-person, cross-cultural teams (2 Americans + 2 Chinese) at their host schools, TFC's Fellows share profound, enduring experiences that will shape the long-term trajectory of US-China relations, and ultimately produce shared solutions to as yet unsolved problems. Fellows receive 6 weeks of intensive training and Chinese language instruction before they begin teaching in local schools throughout China.

Temple University, Japan

The Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies (ICAS) internship program provides opportunities for the interns to work as research associates with faculty members, help organize conferences, or work on special projects with TUJ administrators. Through TUJ’s Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies, interns have worked on organizing major academic symposia, assisted faculty in their work (in art history, nation-branding, and Chinese immigration), and co-written articles.

U.S. Department of Education

The Department of Education (ED) offers internships for interested students seeking valuable work experience in government and federal education policy and administration. Volunteers have the opportunity to make meaningful contributions to the Department's mission to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access.

City of Chicago

In addition to individual internship opportunities, DHR has developed a new and innovative Student Intern Pool. This new process allows students interested in gaining valuable municipal government experience to submit their profile which is kept in a pool of pre-qualified candidates for consideration for available positions.

Chicago Council on Global Affairs

The Chicago Council on Global Affairs offers undergraduate juniors and seniors as well as graduate students the chance to learn about our organization and participate in a variety of duties associated with ongoing projects through internships. While intern responsibilities vary by department, tasks may include researching prospective speakers, donors, studies, and corporate members, writing communications, assisting in the development of marketing/program materials, audience and outreach development, administrative duties (filing, faxing, data entry, preparing mailings, assembling program/meeting materials), assisting at Council events, and other projects as assigned.

Embassy of France in the U.S.

Only American candidates, or those candidates studying within an American institution, can apply directly to the embassy for an intern position. The procedure for French citizens is different (please see below). The Office of Press and Communication accepts interns adherent to the fall, spring and summer semester schedule. Interns must be currently enrolled, full-time students in an American university to be considered. A proficiency in French and native speaking level in English is required. There is a specific application process candidates much undergo to be considered. These positions are very competitive and candidates are encouraged to submit their applications as much in advance as possible. For all internship queries, please email

Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan

The Embassy of Pakistan, Washington, DC offers internship positions for undergraduates and graduate students enrolled in United States Colleges and Universities as well as for fresh out of school graduates still exploring career options.

Embassy of Jordan

The Embassy of Jordan welcomes interns on an unpaid basis for a minimum of 20 hours per week for Full Time and a minimum of 10 hours per week for Part Time positions.
Positions are open to current undergraduates as well as recent graduates holding a B.A. in the following fields of study: 


  • Political Science/International Relations
  • Business Studies
  • Middle East Studies
  • History
  • Religion
  • Communications/Media Studies/Journalism

Interns provide administrative and research support for the Embassy. Applicants are required to send a cover letter addressed to Jordan Information Bureau and a resume


Émigré Memorial German Internship Program

Internships with the German state parliament for undergrads and graduate students studying international relations, public administration, political science, law, economics, European studies with an emphasis on Germany, German or German studies or related fields. “High-intermediate” German skills required.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

The Student Volunteer Employment Program hires students to work at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as volunteers (in an unpaid capacity) for valuable work experience directly related to their academic field of study. Students may receive educational credit for their internship!

Federal Government

Under President Obama’s leadership, the Federal Government has taken steps to help students and recent graduates join the Federal service. New opportunities will appear on USAJOBS as agencies post them.

Illinois Governor

The Governor’s Office of Constituent Affairs Internship and Fellowship programs offer students and recent college graduates the opportunity to explore their own unique interests within state government. Program participants will connect constituents to crucial state services and promote civic engagement across Illinois while developing an expertise of state government programs and functions.


Interns will be based at INTERPOL's General Secretariat in Lyon, France, or at one of the Regional Bureaus. It is an opportunity to gain an insight into how an international organization operates and to work in a multicultural and multilingual environment. As well as learning about the functioning of international police co-operation, interns will be able to enhance their educational experience through practical work assignments, thereby developing skills which will be useful in future employment.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Italy

The programme is offered by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through its diplomatic mission in the accredited country of the applicants, to foreign citizens or Italian resident abroad (IRE), living and residing in selected countries wishing to study at Italian public universities or other public institutions of higher education. Bursaries will be awarded with a priority to students who shall demonstrate through the excellence of their curriculum the ability to complete with profit their studies in Italian public study institutions.

National Science Foundation, Division of Behavioral & Cognitive Sciences, Linguistics

The Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences supports research that develops and advances scientific knowledge about the brain, human cognition, language, social behavior, and culture including research on the interactions between human societies and their environments. BCS programs consider both disciplinary proposals and interdisciplinary projects.

United Nations

The objective of the internship is to give you a first-hand impression of the day-to-day working environment of the United Nations. You will be given a real chance to work with our people. As part of our team, working directly with outstanding and inspiring career professionals and senior management, you will be exposed to high-profile conferences, participate in meetings, and contribute to analytical work as well as organizational policy of the United Nations. Initially you will take on the amount of responsibility you can shoulder; the potential for growth, however, is yours to develop.

United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)

Students from a wide range of disciplines, are all able to apply for individual 1-4 month internships at UNESCO Headquarters and Field Offices. Depending on your qualifications, these internships relate either to the Organization’s strategic activities or to administrative or technical functions.

United Nations - Office at Vienna

The United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV) and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) accept unpaid interns on an ad hoc basis. The purpose of our Programme is to offer students from diverse academic backgrounds an educational experience through practical work assignments within the international environment of the UN, while offering the United Nations the assistance of qualified students specializing in various professional fields.


The work assigned to an intern typically includes:

  • Research
  • Writing program memoranda
  • Drafting documents
  • Facilitating meetings and special events
  • Attending program discussions in the Agency, at the Department of State, or on Capitol Hill
  •  Communicating about program issues with USAID field Missions abroad, and with USAID’s many stakeholders and the general public

Immigration and Customs Enforcement - The Internship Program targets students enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions from high school to graduate level. Benefits include providing students with short or long-term internship opportunities, which allow for the exploration of a Federal career while being paid for the work performed. Within 120 days of successful completion, some participants may be non-competitively converted to a permanent position or a term position lasting one to four years.

Federal Law Enforcement Training Center College Intern Program - The FLETC College Intern Program provides a unique opportunity for college students majoring in criminal justice, criminology, or a related field of study from across the country, to participate in a federal law enforcement training environment.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)  The Internship Program targets students enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions from high school to graduate level. Benefits include providing students with short or long-term internship opportunities, which allow for the exploration of a Federal career while being paid for the work performed. Within 120 days of successful completion, some participants may be non-competitively converted to a permanent position or a term position lasting one to four years.

Secretary’s Honors Program Cyber Student Volunteer Initiative  The Secretary’s Honors Program (SHP) Cyber Student Volunteer Initiative is an unpaid student volunteer program for college students pursuing a program of study in a cybersecurity-related field. Originally created in April 2013, the program expanded to new DHS offices and locations in 2014, with over 100 unpaid student volunteer assignments available in over 60 locations across the country. Participating offices and Components in the program include U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Homeland Security Investigations computer forensics labs, the U.S. Secret Service, the U.S. Coast Guard, the Transportation Security Administration, the Office of Intelligence and Analysis, the DHS Office of the Chief Information Officer, and state and major urban area fusion centers. Student volunteers in the program gain invaluable hands-on experience and exposure to the work done by DHS cybersecurity professionals, and perform a broad range of duties in support of DHS’ cybersecurity mission.

U.S. Department of State

Experience the thrill and rewards of working in a student program at the U.S. Department of State. Whether you're a high school student looking for summer employment, or a college or graduate student seeking a substantive internship supporting U.S. foreign policy, there's no limit as to how far our opportunities can take you. At the U.S. Department of State, you'll have the opportunity to gain insight into U.S. foreign policy and diplomacy, explore new career avenues and acquire lifelong skills as you represent America to the world.​

American Bar Association

The program is intended to facilitate the establishment of legal internships for U.S. law students interested in the practice of international law with overseas law firms.

American Foreign Service Association

The American Foreign Service Association (AFSA) offers internships in the areas listed on the right hand side. Each internship is offered three times a year - for the spring, summer and fall semesters. Please see each individual description for deadlines and requirements.

American Friends Service Committee

Internship positions are available in each of our Chicago programs. Interns will work with a challenging and diverse staff, with opportunities to attend planned activities, as well as work on a long-term project. Duration and project focus are negotiated. Small stipends are available for some of the internships; others are on a work-study or volunteer basis.

American Red Cross – Chicago

As reflected in the Red Cross mission, the Chicago Region seeks to help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to natural and human-caused disasters through the immediate mobilization of people and resources and the provision of community, workplace, and school-based training. All internships are unpaid and require a 300 hour commitment. Students that are not receiving academic credit are eligible for a $500 travel reimbursement upon completion of the 300 hour requirement. To be considered for an internship you must complete an application on our Volunteer Connection System.

Amman Center for Human Rights Studies (ACHRS) - Jordan

Intern responsibilities during this 5-6 month internship include: making and maintaining relationships with other organizations and individuals, completing funding applications for ACHRS programs, organizing conferences and seminars for the center, recruiting new interns, and updating the English language web site.  The position is unpaid, but interns are provided with housing for the duration of the internship.

Arab West Foundation – Egypt

The Arab West Foundation publishes an e-magazine, Arab West Report, which includes special reports and summary translations of the Egyptian press.  Interns live in Cairo, and there are a variety of opportunities such as web editor, e-marketing coordinator, and Arabic-English translation assistant.  Internships are unpaid, but CIDT can assist with requesting funding and finding housing.

Better Government Association

The Better Government Association (BGA) seeks an intern to work in public relations and communications.  We are looking for a bright, ambitious intern who is in college or graduate school. The ideal candidate should be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, excel is a plus. Daily activities would include maintaining media logs, assisting staff with internal and external communications and event planning. A major and/or interest in communications/journalism and government is preferred.

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Middle East Studies Program

Junior Fellows provide research assistance to Associates on various projects.  Responsibilities may include: researching for books, co-authoring journal articles and policy papers, participating in meetings, contributing to congressional testimony and organizing briefings. Only graduating seniors and those who have graduated within the last year are eligible to apply; not open to graduate students. The one year fellowship includes a $35,000 salary and full benefits. Participants must be nominated by their institution. Out of around 400 applicants, only 8-10 fellows are selected.

DePaul contact:
Dr. Phillip Stalley

Casa de los Amigos

Casa de los Amigos is a Quaker-run organization that supports various community services in Mexico City. Full-time volunteers receive free room and board at the Casa de los Amigos residence, although their work is unpaid. Full-time volunteers help run the Hospitality Program (including the guest house, maintaining community spaces, and planning and running events), work with one of the Peace Programs, participate in Casa life, and share in the many other tasks and projects needed to keep the house and community healthy, safe, and vibrant. Volunteers must commit to 6 months to 1 year of service and must be fluent in Spanish.

Catholic Charities - Archdiocese of Chicago

Catholic Charities provides a learning environment where individuals can observe real world examples of concepts previously studied only in the classroom in order to increase their knowledge and competence within a social service environment. Our core values of Respect, Compassion, Caring and Stewardship engage our employees from diverse talents, backgrounds and experiences who speak multiple languages.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Whether you are on a career track, or in the process of determining which career you would like to pursue, CDC has numerous internship, training and volunteer opportunities for students of all academic disciplines and levels. Many of these opportunities provide invaluable experiences and potentially offer clear-cut paths to exciting careers with CDC.

Children Beyond Our Borders

T​he Volunteer Internship Program is a selective program that allows individuals to get involved in an international non-profit organization. VIP interns are treated as employees by encouraging independence, originality, and a stress-free environment. While participating in VIP, interns apply their academic skills to a hands-on experience in the non-profit field. The overall goal of VIP is to encourage and empower our interns by providing life skills that can prepare them for a successful future.

DANK Haus German American Cultural Center

Internships for grads and undergrads, most unpaid, at this German cultural center in Chicago. Students can work in various departments, including design, cinema, cultural programs and museum operations.

Global Brigades

Global Brigades is the world’s largest student-led global health and sustainable development organization. Since 2004, Global Brigades has mobilized tens of thousands of university students and professionals through skill-based programs that work in partnership with community members to improve quality of life in under resourced regions while respecting local culture. Global Brigades provides professional opportunities both in-country (Ghana, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama) and virtually from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, and Switzerland.

Habitat for Humanity International

The Internship program of Habitat for Humanity International is designed to provide current students and recent college graduates with opportunities to gain professional experience in various fields. Through paid and unpaid international and domestic opportunities, Habitat for Humanity interns will receive a substantive learning experience that includes professional training and mentoring.

International Committee of the Red Cross

The ICRC, established in 1863, works worldwide to provide humanitarian help for people affected by conflict and armed violence and to promote the laws that protect victims of war. An independent and neutral organization, its mandate stems essentially from the Geneva Conventions of 1949. Based in Geneva, Switzerland, it employs some 12,000 people in 80 countries; it is financed mainly by voluntary donations from governments and from national Red Cross and Red Crescent societies. Read full overview.

Foundation for Middle East Peace (FMEP) – Washington, D.C.

Interns provide research support to the president and director of research, help organize events, provide administrative support, and attend related events. Preference given to applicants with Arabic, Hebrew, or Persian skills.

Japan Society

The Japan Society volunteer internship program offers individuals opportunities to increase their awareness of contemporary Japan and gain knowledge of its history and cultural heritage while simultaneously preparing for professional and academic careers. Select, qualified interns are invited to volunteer to contribute their talents and abilities to assist Japan Society’s programs in the arts, business, education and public affairs. Interns participate in the day-to-day activities of these programs, in addition to specific projects. While at the Japan Society, interns serve alongside experts on Japan from diverse disciplines and enjoy the benefits of its many resources.

Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors without Borders)

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF-USA) is pleased to announce its paid Internship Program. Interns gain practical work experience and support the work of our Communications, Development, Program, Human Resources (both for the field and the office), and Executive departments. Interns also gain a basic introduction to the field of international medical humanitarian aid and advocacy. All internships will take place in our New York office and will be paid at the rate of $15.00 per hour.

Middle East Institute Leadership Development Program –Washington, D.C.

Internships are available in a number of areas, such as Development, Languages, Programs, Publications, Research, and the Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center. Positions are unpaid, but interns receive one free language class, a one-year membership to MEI, and reimbursement for all local travel expenses.

We serve the Hispanic community through our research, policy analysis, and state and national advocacy efforts, as well as in our program work in communities nationwide. And we partner with a national network of nearly 300 Affiliates across the country to serve millions of Latinos in the areas of civic engagement, civil rights and immigration, education, workforce and the economy, health, and housing.

National Geographic

A career opportunity at National Geographic is an opportunity to become part of the organization's rich history and culture and to have a chance to learn from, work with, and grow professionally among people who are leaders in their fields. 

Order Sons and Daughters of Ital​y in America

Unpaid internships for sophomores, juniors, and seniors are available at the organization’s national office in Washington, D.C.  Interns gain experience with the workings of a nonprofit, membership organization through administrative work, web site content development, communications and marketing projects, and more.

Outreach 360​

In Spanish, Camino means path or road, and in our Caminos Long-Term Volunteer Program, volunteers play a crucial role in providing a path out of poverty for disadvantaged children in Latin America. As a Caminos volunteer, you’ll be working in the community to provide powerful and meaningful education programs that pave the way to a new life for the children we serve. A life with options. A life of choice. And, as you journey with Outreach360 in empowering children to transform their lives, you’ll discover that they’ve transformed yours.

The Jerusalem Fund, a 501(c)(3)-registered private non-profit organization based in Washington, DC, offers internship positions with its educational program, the Palestine Center, for graduate and undergraduate students. These positions are based in our Washington, DC office, located within walking distance from the State Department, Embassy Row, historic Georgetown, and DuPont Circle.

Princeton in Asia

Princeton in Asia (PiA) is an independent, non-profit organization located at Princeton University. Founded by students in 1898, the program has long been driven by a mission to foster cross-cultural understanding between East and West by giving young people opportunities to live and work in Asia. As employees of a variety of Asian institutions, PiA fellows gain work and life experience while providing valuable services to their Asian hosts. It is PiA’s vision that through extended exposure to Asian workplaces and cultures, fellows will develop a life-long appreciation for this region of the world.

Project Mexico Internship Program

The Project Mexico Internship Program allows young adults to come and serve others in Mexico. This experience is invaluable and offers tremendous possibilities for growth and spiritual development for people of all ages. During their stay, interns can look forward to:

  • Gaining a cultural awareness by living and working in a different country.
  • Establishing lasting friendships through living, praying and working together.
  • Making a lasting contribution by giving of yourself in service to others.
  • Acquiring professional experience in the field of missionary work.
  • Experiencing a meaningful time of spiritual education, growth and reflection.


Refugee One

Thanks for your interest in working with RefugeeOne. We are a multi-cultural group from diverse educational backgrounds. Passion for helping refugees overcome obstacles and become independent, productive citizens is what unites us. Our work environment offers a variety of opportunities and is particularly suited to individuals who are compassionate, self-confident, and flexible.

Spannocchia Foundation

The internship program is dedicated to enriching the lives of young people by providing them with a unique educational experience on a community oriented organic farm in Tuscany, Italy. Tenuta di Spannocchia’s 1100-acre pastoral estate serves as an active model for responsible stewardship through collective effort. The Spannocchia Foundation supports a unique pair of programs at the Castello di Spannocchia: the Farm and Guest Services Internship Programs. Both programs have three sessions per year and are run together on the same three-month schedule.

World Health Organization

The World Health Organization (WHO) as the leader in global public health issues is committed to building future leaders in public health. WHO's Internship Programme offers a wide range of opportunities for students to gain insight in the technical and administrative programmes of WHO.

World Relief Chicago

Are you looking for a way to get hands-on experience working at a non-profit? You can learn what it's like to work as a case manager at a refugee resettlement agency, teach alongside our talented ESL instructors, assist our immigration legal team, or put your administrative skills to work! Through an internship at World Relief Chicago, you will also learn strategies to equip the local Church to minister to refugees & immigrants in your community.

World Vision

World Vision is a global Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.  The Programmes are designed for junior/entry-level professionals to apply knowledge and experiences acquired in undergraduate and graduate education for the development of practical skills and talents applicable to the non-profit world.