Welcome to Penn’s International Internship Program (IIP)
Penn’s International Internship Program (IIP) provides opportunities for outstanding undergraduate and graduate students to intern abroad for eight to twelve weeks over the summer. The majority of internship placements have been with non-profit or non-governmental organizations, but the nature of the placements varies greatly. Some IIP placements require office work, while others require hands-on work at field sites, schools, or clinics. Each intern will receive an award to offset their internship-related expenses, including flight, visa expenses, housing and food, funded by the University of Pennsylvania. These global opportunities allow students to apply the academic knowledge they have obtained, while enriching their overall Penn experience with diverse cultural and international exposure and valuable work experience.
If you are interested in spending a summer abroad doing work related to your academic concentration or interests, we encourage you to explore the IIP placements available and contact us with any questions.
The application for the summer 2014 International Internship Program is now open! Visit the Application page to open your application!
Internships for summer 2014 will be posted on a rolling basis between now and January 15th, 2014. In the meantime, browse the website to learn more about IIP and take a look at last year's IIP placements.
Follow the IIP Interns Blog!
- Jul 26 4:30PM
- Adam Smith and ruin in Jordan
- Jonathan Walsh Every year, The Fund For Peace publishes its Fragile States Index (formerly known as the Failed States Index). The Index is a ranking of 178 sovereign nations, based on how sustainable their political systems are. The Index groups states into one of 11 categories, from “Very High Alert” (South Sudan, Somalia, the Central […]
- Jul 26 8:45AM
- A random monkey that someone has tied up here Other days, like yesterday and today, have been business. It’s such a relief to have a good idea and just go with it, since I’ve felt that a lot of my time here has been unproductive (naturally I feel like that, coming from school […]
- Jul 25 12:18PM
- Werque days
- Originally posted on Surinamewiththefringeontop:
I be werk, werk, werk, werk, werkin’ on my… Hope you guys are Iggy Azalea fans, or that makes no sense and I’m just someone who can’t spell the word “work”. It’s a song an old friend let me hear, a good friend got me hooked on, and one that I…
Lauren McCann, IIP Summer 2013 intern in Botswana, submitted this video to Penn Abroad's Travel Arts Festival.
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