Unique Internships Abroad: May ’15 Edition

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Unique Internships: Part I

This blog will be the first of many featuring one-of-a-kind internships we offer.

What many people don’t know is that we offer a wide range of internship opportunities across varying fields and sectors. Here are 5 internship placements you probably didn’t think you could do abroad.

1. Sports

(Intern in Barcelona, Madrid)

For individuals looking to get into the highly competitive sports industry, an internship like this can help you achieve exactly that. Placements can be with an actual team, typically first or second division futbol or basketball, or with companies in sports marketing or community relations!

 2. Graphic Design

(Intern in Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Vina del Mar/Valparaiso, Oaxaca, Montevideo, San Jose)

Graphic design is one of our internship fields with plenty of options, but for some reason people don’t think they can do this kind of work in Spanish or South American countries. We’re here to tell you that you can! Between family run businesses to international corporations, there is always a need for individuals with graphic design talent.

3. Spanish Equestrian

(Intern in Montevideo)

In this unique placement, interns will have a variety of duties working with equestrian life. Among them include building endurance, preparing the foals, and other training tasks. Candidates will also live on-site in their on studio apartment, where they will be close by to work the ranch and stables.

4. Human Resources

(Volunteer in Oaxaca, Intern in Vina del Mar/Valparaiso)

This is another field we offer internship placements that may surprise some. However, this is an opportunity to work in the Human Resources (HR) departments of various corporate companies as well as non-profits and government offices. Candidates will be responsible for a wide arrange of HR duties such as wage calculation, employee insurance issues, assisting with employee turnover, and more.

5. Culinary

(Intern in Barcelona, Madrid, Oaxaca)

We feel it’s a must for prospective chefs and culinary professionals to add an aspect of international flavor to their repertoire. It’s a good thing we offer placements in a variety of different environments such prospective professionals can hone their skills; internships can be in renowned hotels, historic restaurants, or “alternative” vegetarian and vegan cafes. By the way, Oaxaca is one of the world’s most well-known culinary hot spots, so take advantage of these placements!