Here is a list of possible places to intern for the Global Experience component of your major (the list is currently being populated):

In order to set up an internship, contact the Global Studies advisor to discuss your options.

American Councils Oversees Professional and Intercultural Training - OPIT gives students the substantive overseas professional experience and intercultural skills demanded by today's global market. English-language internships are available in such fields as democracy-building, human rights, ecology, and law throughout more than a dozen countries of the Balkans, the Baltics, and Eurasia.

Carleton-Antioch Global Engagement: Globalization and Sustainable Development in Cameroon

Freedom House Detroit - a temporary home for survivors of persecution from around the world who are seeking asylum in the United States and Canada.

Global Detroit - a key innovator in the revitalization of Southeast Michigan’s economy and is a national leader in an emerging economic development field centered on welcoming, retaining, and empowering immigrant communities as valued contributors to regional growth. Internship opportunities include interviewing immigrants and writing stories about them.

Global Ties Detroit (formerly the International Visitors Council) - a nonprofit organization that administers international exchange programs on behalf of the U.S. Department of State, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and other organizations who have an interest in promoting international relations.

Macomb Cultural and Economic Partnership - a non-profit dedicated to building international relationships and cultural appreciation.

Red Cross - help the international Red Cross reconnect family members with one another.

Zaman International - Zaman International is an organization committed to addressing the basic needs and empowerment of marginalized women and children locally and internationally.



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