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Internship Program

The Mansfield Center regularly hosts student interns who provide support for the Mansfield Center's mission and programs while building up their own portfolios of international and academic experience. 

Marketing Internship

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The Mansfield Center Marketing Internship provides the exciting opportunity to work with both experienced Center staff as well as nationally and internationally renowned guest policymakers, diplomats, and scholars, whom are invited to participate in our Global Programs. Student interns will have the opportunity to propose and build their own portfolio of marketing and social media projects, adhering to well defined processes under a uniform message in marketing the Mansfield Center.

Marketing Internship full job description, qualifications, and applications

Status: Applications are currently being accepted on a rolling basis for Fall 2014 and Spring 2015.

International Programming Internship

The Mansfield Center International Programming Internship provides motivated and hardworking programming interns the opportunity to assist with Asia-related research and with organizing the Center’s programs. This intern will work closely with the Mansfield Center’s Director Dr. Abraham Kim, who has rich policy experience in East Asia and Washington, DC, and with prestigious international exchange programs focusing on Asia.  Intern must be well organized and able to work independently, write well, and do a wide variety of research projects related to national security, economics, foreign affairs and culture. 

International Programming Intern full job description, qualifications, and applications

Status: Applications are currently being accepted on a rolling basis for Fall 2014 and Spring 2015.

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Student-Designed Internships

Chris Friemund hugging two SUSI 2013 participantsThe Mansfield Center offers student-designed internships at the lower and upper division levels on an individual and case-by-case basis. These internships may provide support to Mansfield Center programs or staff members' research that is relevant to a student's area of study. If you are interested in working with Mansfield Center staff to create such an internship, contact the relevant staff member or the Mansfield Center at mansfieldcenter@mso.umt.edu.

Outside Internships

South China Internship Program

Under a new grant from the Ford Foundation, the Hong Kong America Center–-a non-profit consortium of Hong Kong universities-–is announcing the South China Internship Program (SCI), a national competition for 20 American undergraduates to participate in low-cost, high-quality "tandem internships." The twenty American undergraduates will team-up with twenty Chinese university students to spend eight weeks together in summer as interns in companies and NGOs in the booming Pearl River Delta of south China.

The intern teams will work together on joint projects for their host companies. Inspired by the 100,000 Strong Initiative, HKAC is looking for young Americans with strong academics who are highly motivated to explore their career potential in China. Some knowledge of the Chinese language is preferred.

Applications will open again in December, 2014.

Visit the South China Internship Program website for more information.