Internships are an excellent way to acquire international work experience. This experience will increase your marketability when you graduate, and it will help you decide if the career that you are considering is a good fit for you. An internship will also allow you to apply what you have learned in your course work to the "real world," allow you to develop your job search skills, and help you acquire a network of contacts.
- The Full Belly Project:
- Seeking an intern to work in the office.
- Contact Dr. Herb Berg if you are interested. (Have your resume ready)
- Interfaith Refugee Ministry - Wilmington
A foreign internship will most likely meet your international experience requirement. Credit-bearing, experiential international internships and service-learning programs are available through, UNCW’s close affiliate, ISA. Learn more about what’s available and check out the details below:
- Internship opportunities in 8 countries with over 25 career field options
- Service-learning opportunities in 9 countries with over 15 field options
- Academic credit and financial aid available
- Contact email@example.com if you’re interested.
Additionally, International Studies students are encouraged to contact the UNCW Career Center to explore the other possibilities of an international internship.