• Flora Ye

Internship Opportunities

You may have been ready for an internship this year, but due to the pandemic, you don’t know what to do now. However, there’s no need to worry because here are some internship opportunities that you can look into!

U.S. Department of State Student Internship Program: Unpaid internship that allows students to work in the U.S. embassies and various bureaus

Virtual Student Federal Service: A virtual internship that partners up students with U.S. diplomatic posts and domestic federal offices to manage digital diplomacy. Students may complete research projects about topics like economics and technology-oriented projects like coding

Pathways Internship Programs: Both the Internship Experience Program (IEP) and Internship Temporary Program (ITEP) allow students to explore Federal careers while being paid. (please click on the link for more information about the difference between the IEP and ITEP)

AINS Software Developer Internship: A remote internship that allows interns to work with AINS’ Software Development Team. (please click on the link for more information about the specific skills needed for this internship)

Intern From Home: Helps to connect students with companies for virtual internships

Symba: Internship management platform that connects interns and companies around the world

Idealist: Has around 200 internships and 125,000 volunteer opportunities that cover a large number of issues such as climate change and finance

VolunteerMatch: Has many virtual volunteer opportunities ranging from medicine and health to computers and technology

InsideSherpa: Offers unpaid virtual work experiences by partnering with various companies

Don’t forget that these are only a few resources to gain valuable experiences; there are still many opportunities available. Never stop yourself from exploring your interests!

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