Imagine working for an organization or company abroad, and learning what it is like to work in another culture. You will increase your marketability and better prepare for the global workplace upon graduation.
Students interested in pursuing an internship or co-op opportunity abroad can work with the International Center staff to identify the opportunities available across the globe. Some of these jobs are paid and some are for academic credit.
Internships After Your Study Abroad
If you plan to study abroad, search our partner programs to see if they offer help finding Post Study work experience. You can identify these opportunities by searching CU Global - “Special Features” > “Post Study Work Experience”.
Approved Internship Providers – Clarkson University has signed an MOU with the Academic Internship Council (AIC) and The Intern Group (TIG). Both of these organizations identify professional internship opportunities for college students in major cities across the globe. Both AIC and TIG charge a fee that includes housing, visas, and other miscellaneous items depending on the location. AIC and TIG have close relationships with companies in these international cities, and match the companies’ needs for interns with the individual interests of students. These are very legitimate resources for professional internship opportunities, and can provide opportunities to Clarkson students that otherwise would not be able to be secured.
- Clarkson University Career Center
- GoinGlobal – A resource available for students to Job/Internship Search and Cultural Resources by country.
- Work Abroad Frequently Asked Questions