Transcript of "Internship Spotlight Series: International Programs"
CAREER CENTERwww.studentaffairs.duke.edu/careerInternship Spotlight Series: International ExperiencesA small sampling of exciting internships found through Career Center Resources.The Nature Conservancy (Multiple locations)(Source: e-leads*)http://nature.org/Internships in preserve maintenance, science stewardship,protection, research assistants, mapping & research, allsciences, fund-raising, administration, information systems,and legal.Morgan Stanley (Hong Kong)(Source: eRecruiting, duke.experience.com*)Investment Management Real Estate Summer AnalystAs part of Morgan Stanley Investment Management(MSIM), Real Estate Investing (REI) leverages the expertise,relationships and franchise of the Firm. The 10-week intensiveProgram provides students with the opportunity to gain bothbusiness and organizational knowledge while interacting withcolleagues and working on assignment.GlossyBox (Berlin)(Source: GoinGlobal*)Business Intelligence/SQL/Data Analysis Internhttp://jobs.glossybox.de/#internship-business-intelligence-sql-data-analysisThrough innovative means, our business model brings high-class brands from the cosmetic and consumer goods industrytogether with beauty and lifestyle product customers andenthusiasts. Whether in the form of a single, exclusivelyarranged box or as a monthly subscription, our customersreceive individually selected samples of high-end beauty andlifestyle products. Intern will assist our business intelligenceteam in Berlin.The Libra Group (London, Athens, Beijing, and Buenos Aires)www.librainternships.com(Source: UCAN database*)The Libra Internship Program offers university-levelinternships for up to twenty rising juniors, seniors andgraduating seniors in the summer of 2013. These students willbe placed at one of the group’s 22 key international locations,which include New York, Miami, London, Athens, Beijing,and Buenos Aires. The Libra Group’s many subsidiaries arefocused primarily on shipping, aviation, hospitality, real estateand renewable energy. Students’ areas of interest and focus ofstudy will be taken into account as part of the selection andplacement process.African Business Network (Accra, Ghana)(Source: INET database*)http://www.africanbusinessnetwork.org/African Business Network specializes in the provision ofcapacity building programs for micro and small enterprisedevelopment institutions, especially those involved inassisting women and youth enterprise groups. Volunteerswill work in the areas of research, strategic business adviceand planning, program development and management,resource mobilization and strategic planning to support theorganization to achieve the objectives above.Sanford in India Internship Program(Multiple locations in India)http://sanford.duke.edu/research/international.php(Source: eRecruiting, duke.experience.com*)The Sanford School of Public Policy Office of Career Services,in conjunction with Professor Anirudh Krishna and otherSanford professors, provides opportunities for students to dounpaid summer internships in India with NGOs and sociallyfocused businesses. For more information, please email@example.com.Family Health International (FHI 360) (multiple locations)http://www.fhi360.org/en/WorkingWithUs/InternshipOpportunities.htm(Source: Career Center Internship Feedback Database*)FHI 360 is committed to the professional development ofstudents and recent graduates interested in working in thevarious sectors represented at FHI 360. Interns will work onprojects in reproductive health and family planning, economicdevelopment, civil society, domestic and internationaleducation, and social and behavioral change.UN International Research & Training Institute for theAdvancement of Women (Dominican Republic)(Source: Internship Series Online: International Affairs*)http://cei-internship.squarespace.com/undergraduate-online/?SSLoginOk=trueINSTRAW is a UN agency devoted to research, training andadvocacy regarding gender issues worldwide. The program isdesigned to acquaint students with the work of INSTRAW andthe UN in general. Interns spend two to three months at theinstitute’s headquarters in Santo Domingo or New York office.Career Center Programs and Services*Online Career Center Resourceshttp://www.studentaffairs.duke.edu/career/resourcesSee also:- Industry-specific information: International opportunities- Resources for International Students- Skills Guides: Internship GuideInternship Funding Programhttp://studentaffairs.duke.edu/career/programs#node-884Deadline: March 1Career Center Email ListsSign up for International Opportunities listserv and CareerNews to find out about related events and opportunities (loginto duke.experience.com and go to profile > edit >administration)Career Counseling AppointmentsCall 919.660.1050Drop-In AdvisingQuick advice on resumes and cover letters without anappointment. Monday – Friday: 1 – 5pm
CAREER CENTERwww.studentaffairs.duke.edu/careerInternship Spotlight Series: International ExperiencesNovember 8, 2012Tonight’s panelists are listed below. They have graciously offered to share their information with you, should you havefurther questions.Raisa Chowdhury, T’firstname.lastname@example.orgFriendship/Independent DukeEngageBangladeshGrace Huh, T’email@example.comUnite for SightGhanaRachel Leng, T’firstname.lastname@example.orgOCBC BankSingaporeLeonard Ng’Eno, T’email@example.comHubKenyaNOTES: