Working internationally is a bold and exciting undertaking and also has its challenges. We live in an increasingly connected and globalized world, and it’s important to continually build skills that foster collaboration, cultural awareness, and communication in order to be successful in the international world of work. Check out the resources and education below to learn more!
Go Global. Go Intern.
Bring a global perspective to any job you apply for, by participating in one of our global internship programs.In the increasingly globalized workplace, being the applicant with international work experience gives you an advantage. You’ll be able to bring a unique professional experience, and help bridge gaps between cultures and countries. Less than 3% of U.S. college students participate in a global education experience during their undergraduate degree. Stand out from the crowd.
Full-time internships – intern full-time with an organization abroad or domestically
Faculty-directed internships – travel abroad with your ASU faculty, learning and interning with other Sun Devils
Study and intern – take courses and intern part-time with an organization abroad. Summer and semester options available
Global Virtual Internship – if you prefer to intern remotely
Arizona State University is proud to be a top contributor of Peace Corps Volunteers, most recently ranking #8 among large universities nationwide. Sun Devils bring their innovative spirit, community-centered approach, and transferrable skills to Peace Corps service If you are interested in meaningful service that tackles some of the most pressing issues around the world all while developing cross cultural, leadership, language, teaching and community development skills, connect with the ASU recruiter today.
Lorraine W. Frank Office of National Scholarships Advisement (ONSA)
The Lorraine W. Frank Office of National Scholarships Advisement (ONSA) helps Arizona State University students and alumni compete for prestigious national and international scholarships and fellowships that fund research, international study, professional development, or post-baccalaureate study. Hundreds of students just like you have been awarded scholarships in their fields of interest. Check out their website to learn more!
Peace Corps Prep Program
The Arizona State University Peace Corps Prep program (P.C. Prep) will help you acquire the knowledge, skills, and experience needed to serve in the U.S. Peace Corps. Additionally, it will increase your competitiveness in the job market by expanding your global awareness and by providing experiences that will give added value to most careers even if you do not choose service in the Peace Corps. Through participation in the P.C. Prep program you will become part of a community of like-minded students interested in international service and the betterment of all peoples. You will also earn a Peace Corps Prep certificate from the United States Peace Corps. The P.C. Prep program is open to students of any major, and you must be in good standing at ASU prior to applying. Although completion of the program does not guarantee acceptance as a Peace Corps volunteer, the specialized curriculum and experience through P.C. Prep will greatly increase your chances. You do not need to be a U.S. citizen to participate in the ASU P.C. Prep program; however, you must have U.S. citizenship to serve in the Peace Corps.