Intern, Volunteer, and Work Opportunities

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Volunteer Abroad

The Office of Global Opportunities is excited about your interest in volunteering overseas. You will find information on programs popular with our students on the Volunteer Abroad handout [PDF]. However, the Office of Global Opportunities highly encourages you to read all fine print before you choose and apply to a program. If you have any concerns or questions about a program, please do not hesitate to contact our office.

Intern Abroad

Interning abroad is an excellent way to build your resume as well as professional skills such as cross-cultural communication. You will find information on programs popular with our students on the Internships Abroad handout available at the Walter International Education Center. However, the Office of Global Opportunities highly encourages you to read all fine print before you choose and apply to a program. If you have any concerns or questions about a program, please do not hesitate to contact our office.

Intern with ISA/TEAN

WorldStrides, an affiliated partner of the OHIO Office of Global Opportunities, offers internship programming through their subsidiaries ISA and TEAN. They will work with you to customize an internship that matches your skills, goals and interests for an experience that will be sure to help launch your professional career and propel your personal growth. 

In addition to finding your internship opportunities, ISA/TEAN arranges your housing, airport pick up, and hosts cultural activities throughout the program so you can get to know other students on your program as well as locals. Interning through a trusted partner of OHIO can make navigating finding an internship abroad much easier, with a guarantee that the internship is reputable.

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Work Abroad

Working abroad is a great way to set yourself apart from other candidates as you continue along your career paths. You will find information on programs popular with our students by visiting the Walter International Education Center and speaking with an advisor. However, the Office of Global Opportunities highly encourages you to read all fine print before you choose and apply to a program. If you have any concerns or questions about a program, please do not hesitate to contact our office.

Note: Volunteering, Interning and Working abroad may each require different visa applications and processing depending on the country. Please carefully research the type of visa needed for the type of experience you plan to have abroad.