Build your personal brand with a global internship.
Why do an internship abroad?
Create your global internship experience
You will be pushed to be resourceful in a professional environment abroad, add value to a company from day one, put your coursework to practice, become culturally competent, and build your international network. Your resume will stand out when applying for jobs for you have proven that you can live up to multiple challenges and succeed; you have asserted intelligence, flexibility, perseverance and great people skills. And by the way, based on alumni surveys, U.S. universities have begun to highlight the correlation between an internship abroad and above-average first job salaries.
In addition to growing professionally you will get the chance to spend a few months in another country. This is fun, rewarding, and a life-changing experience. You will have one more country where you can feel at home, where you are not just a tourist but part of the community. A place to return to where you will always feel familiar.
Intrax is a cultural exchange organization and a truly global company, with headquarters in San Francisco, offices on four continents and participants from more than 100 countries. We are devoted to fostering international understanding through cultural exchange and educational programs. Since 1980, more than 350,000 individuals have participated in our programs. We are well-established and renowned in offering high school, au pair, work & travel, J1 visa service for independent placements, and internship programs.
Finding an Internship
True, you might find an internship position on your own. Perhaps your professor or career service has connections to a company, or maybe you know a student who is currently doing an internship and can guide you to the right people to contact. If that is not the case, looking for an internship position on your own can be a challenging and time-consuming endeavor which may not be possible for a busy student. Let Intrax help you! We take the time to listen to your expectations, to understand your supporting skills and talents as well as potential university requirements.