With two densely populated cities and countless relationships to the world around China, it is inevitable that there would be copious non-governmental organizations and non-profit internships to take advantage of. These organizations can range from protec
- Beijing, China; Shanghai, China
- Program Type:
- Intern Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Rolling Starts, Year Round
- Work Types:
- Social Sciences
- Program Description:
- Unique and diverse internship placements are customized to meet your needs and correspond to your academic and professional background. Since the by-gone eras of dynasties and monarchies of familial lineage, China has become the world’s fastest growing economy! Your internship in China will not only give you valuable experience in your field, but will allow you to explore the immensity of Chinese culture. Our placements are available in Shanghai and Beijing with rolling basis program start dates that can last from 6 weeks up to 6 months.
With two densely populated cities and countless relationships to the world around China, it is inevitable that there would be copious non-governmental organizations and non-profit internships to take advantage of. These organizations can range from protecting China’s history and culture, more contemporary organizations handling medical needs of China’s mainland population, advocacy work for disaffected communities, and environmental preservation for instance. The non-profit companies in Beijing and Shanghai may ask for help gaining sponsors for their business to continue, a task interns will assist with, or the non-governmental organization can be working with Mandarin-speaking Chinese folks that are telling their stories. Internships placement can be found in these various fields as well as public relations, marketing, design, etc.
World Internships prides itself on providing the most comprehensive support in the industry! All internships include:
• Internship placement and supervision
• Airport pick-up
• On-site orientation
• Chinese business visa
• Housing - shared apartments with other interns
• Group Mandarin language instruction (three hours every week)
• Cultural and social activities
• International phone & local SIM
• Transportation Card
• Medical and Accident Insurance
• 24/7 emergency support
• WI support services from start to finish
- Setting Description:
- If you’re in Beijing, it makes sense to start from the beginning – literally speaking! Dragon Bone Hill contained the fossils of Peking Man from nearly 250,000 years ago. Make sure to enter the Forbidden City which was the imperial palace from the Ming Dynasty to the final Qing Dynasty. With over 980 buildings and 7 million square feet, bring comfortable walking footwear to take in the nearly 500 years of influential Chinese emperors! If you want to diverge from the heavily-trodden tourist path, think about visiting Cuandixia, a village outside of Beijing. Beautiful mountains surround this preserved historic village with about 500 courtyard homes and the opportunity to see life outside the city is important.
Shanghai, the largest and most-developed city in China, is easy to travel through. A common saying for the city has been, “Shanghai is heaven for the rich and hell for the poor,” alluding to the skyrocketing cost of living. One thing that most all travelers who have visit
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