International Studies - Internships

We encourage all of our majors to have at least one internship that compliments their interests in International Studies or International Business. Our students have taken internship opportunities with a variety of employers in the non-profit sector, private sector, and with local goverment. Students can earn between 1-3 credits hours for their internships, which is determined by the number of hours worked. Below are examples of recent internship placements: intl_scheetz_intern

Americares - Stamford, CT‌

‌Americares is an international non-profit relief and humanitarian aid organization. This semester, one of our students is working with program managers to support operations in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. 

BRAC USA - Manhattan, NY

As the largest development organization in the world, BRAC reaches over 135 million people in 11 countries. BRAC is recognized for its expertise in scaling up programs rapidly and effectively and for its innovative approach to tackling seemingly intractable problems. BRAC USA was formed in 2006 with the dual mandate of raising funds for BRAC programs and building the profile of BRAC in the United States and Canada. BRAC USA has directly raised $100 million and facilitated an additional $300 million for BRAC entities.

Estimize - Manhattan, NY 

More info coming soon! 

Tauck - Norwalk, CT 

Tauck operates and guides exclusive travel tours all over the world. Our students have worked in a variety of offices at Tauck. This semester, one of our majors is working with their tour management division, supporting efforts to help tour directors provide safe, quality progams for participants.‌‌

WWE - Norwalk, CTintl_ohallaron_intern

‌The WWE is a global sport-entertainment company. This semester one of our students is supporting their internatioanl marketing and social media efforts in markets across the globe.  

 Other recent internships

For more information about our internship program, please contact:

Anita Deeg-Carlin
Associate Director
International Studies Program
Donnarumma Hall Room 251
(203) 254-4000, ext. 2865