Although we do not directly link students up with internships, occasionally we do post relevant opportunities below.

** The Curriculum in Global Studies does not endorse or otherwise guarantee the quality of these internship/volunteer opportunities.


Internship for Korean Speaker

PS International, is looking for a part time intern fluent in Korean who can work with us a few hours a week. We are an international trading company that specializes in the trading of bulk agricultural commodities. We need help with translations and conference calls with our office in Seoul. The ideal candidate would be highly organized and have excellent English skills.
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One Heart Source: deadline is October 23

One Heart Source is currently accepting applications for our 2016 Volunteer Programs. We are offering a variety of 2 and 4 week programs in Jamaica and South Africa
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APPLES Spring 2016 Internships: deadline is October 6

Applications are open for APPLES Spring Internships! Students commit to working 150 hours (10–12 hours per week) with a community or government organization, earn $1,200 for their work and participate in a three-credithour course offered through the School of Social Work (which fulfills the experiential education requirement). Internship positions focus on a variety of fields and professions.
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Nourish International Fall 2015 Internships

Interns work closely with full-time Nourish staff to expand and strengthen the organization’s capacity to deliver upon its mission to make a lasting impact on extreme poverty.

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ABAN Internships

Have a global internship experience without leaving the Triangle! A Ban Against Neglect (ABAN) is an international nonprofit based in Carrboro that works to end the cycle of generational poverty among women and children in Ghana. We provide women with limited opportunity a means to make a sustainable living, empowering them through education and skills training.
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US AID Student Internships

We draw enthusiastic and forward-thinking interns from a wide variety of fields of study. Interns generally work in one of USAID’s offices in Washington, DC, supporting programs in fields such as economic growth, agriculture, education, health, environment, democracy and governance, conflict prevention, and humanitarian assistance.
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Internship for Humanitarian Development

Introduction:  Internship for Humanitarian Development (IHD ) is located in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India. We provide Internship and Research Programs in Rajasthan which are embedded in a structured and ongoing Training and Education framework. Interns and researchers complete projects in many different fields—Micro-enterprise, Health, Education, Human Rights, Microfinance, Gender Equity, Environment and the Arts.
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2014–2015 Internship Archive