4th July 2012
Link reblogged from NYU PRSSA with 2 notes
After “living the life” my first few weeks in Prague, I attended an NYU sponsored internship fair. NYU Prague has a great internship program, which has established relationships with many of the city’s biggest business and important firms.
Even if you’re not on a program that has a formal internship arrangement, you might want to ask your program director if they know anyone in your desired career field for you to meet and/or shadow for a day. It could be a great networking opportunity!
11th July 2011
Link reblogged from DIY Global Education with 1 note
The Virtual Student Foreign Service is part of a growing effort by the State Department to harness technology and a commitment to global service among young people to facilitate new forms of diplomatic engagement. Working from college and university campuses in the United States and throughout the world, eInterns (American students working virtually) are partnered with our U.S. diplomatic posts overseas and State Department domestic offices to conduct digital diplomacy that reflects the realities of our networked world.
Check out the full post for more information about this virtual internship. You can also apply for an in-person internship with the State Department in Washington, DC or in an embassy or consulate overseas.