The Intern Group
The Intern Group is an award-winning, social enterprise that takes top applicants and significantly improves their skills and employability via international internship programs. They work with leading companies, NGOs and governments in a wide range of destinations including Chicago, New York City, California, London, Barcelona, Madrid, Dublin, Chile, Colombia, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo, and Bangkok. Past interns have worked at organizations including KPMG, FIFA and Sony Music. For more information, you can visit their website at https://www.theinterngroup.com/.
Emzingo works with forward-looking leaders, values-driven organizations, B-Corporations, and institutions to design tailored experiences that help participants increase their ability to innovate, work across functions and multiple stakeholders, navigate change and uncertainty, and connect business performance with social & environmental impact. They take pride in the fact that they design award-winning experiences that drive innovation and transform people. Options for Emzingo’s program are available in Peru and South Africa. For more information, you can visit their website at http://emzingo.com/.
Academic Internship Council
CIEE creates opportunities that help bring people together. They foster the development of understanding and mutual respect between communities and nations by promoting the exchange of ideas and experiences. CIEE helps give students from across the world skills that make them active and responsible global citizens. With internships spanning a diversity of fields — from public policy to the arts, business administration to marketing; and a variety of locations, including Germany, Czech Republic, Chile and Singapore, to name a few, CIEE has you covered. For more information, visit their website at https://www.ciee.org/.
The Washington Center
The Washington Center is proud to provide experience that goes beyond internships, to give you the professional development, connections and guidance you’ll need to pursue a fulfilling career. They partner with hundreds of universities, government agencies, public and private organizations of all types and sizes, in the U.S. and abroad, to provide you with exciting internship opportunities in Washington D.C. For more information, you can visit their website at https://www.twc.edu/.
Insight Global Education
Insight Global Education aims to change the way students think about the developing world through experiential travel programs that encourage youth to engage with local peoples, learn from them, and develop a more robust understanding and appreciation for the world. Insight works with academic, non-profit and social organizations in Fiji, Ecuador and Uganda. This partner also offers courses at local institutions while on your internship, which can be transferred back to Carleton for credit towards your degree. For more information, you can visit their website at http://insightglobaleducation.com/.
Global Experiences has been placing interns around the world since 2001 with 7,000+ alumni and has an extensive network of host employers including The American Red Cross, Giorgio Armani, United States Chamber of Commerce, Youtube, and Google. They have a curated program and award winning professional career coaching, and stand by their program being unlike any other. Options are available in Barcelona, Dublin, Florence, London, Milan, New York City, Paris, Stockholm, Sydney, Washington D.C., and Shanghai. For more information, you can visit their website at https://www.globalexperiences.com/.
If you are a young Canadian and looking to grow professionally and personally while making a difference, EQWIP HUBs has the opportunity for you. Working with ambitious youth from the developing world, EQWIP HUBs international volunteers share a transformative experience that helps change lives. EQWIP HUBs has knowledge centers in Bolivia, Ghana, Indonesia, Peru, Senegal, and Tanzania, where local young people, especially women, come together to gain market-relevant skills, receive entrepreneurship and employment training, and learn from interns/mentors. For more information, you can visit their website at http://eqwiphubs.org/.
CRCC Asia specializes in organizing opportunities in dynamic settings such as China, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam and the UK. Their award-winning programs are framed around 5 Key Learning Objectives of Employability, Cultural Agility, Country Knowledge, Sector Specific Knowledge and Global Connections and are committed to fostering a community of global career-ready graduates with tangible skill sets and international competencies. They believe in a holistic program model that encompasses extensive pre-departure training, on the ground events and support, and re-entry programming. For more information, visit https://www.crccasia.com/.
The Uniterra program is jointly operated by World University Service of Canada (WUSC), a Canadian non-profit organization dedicated to providing education, employment and empowerment opportunities to youth around the world, and CECI, a Canadian international cooperation organization that has been supporting communities in the fight against poverty and exclusion through sustainable development projects. The Uniterra program allows participants to contribute to economic growth and poverty reduction in Asia, Africa or the Americas. For more information, visit their website at http://uniterra.ca/en.