Start your International Career by working in Leading Institutions.
Students on the Inside Programs have the possibility of carrying out internships in different public institutions and private companies abroad. This is part of the Atlantic Project and the aim is for our students to be able to gain access to the international labor market.
Offers for Internship:
Register for one of the programs and you will be able to apply for internships in your areas of interest. After sending us your resumé, we will inform you if we are able to place you in an intership appropriate for your needs, including the location and the financial terms. You may work in fields as varied as Diplomacy, Information Technology, Sustainable Development, Law, Banking...
UN, Mission of Spain, New York
Embassy of Spain, Washington; D.C.
Consulate of Spain in New York
OAS - Organization of American States, Washington, D.C.
District of Columbia Courts, Washington, D.C.
Spanish Chamber of Commerce, New York
Spanish Chamber of Commerce, Miami
Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C.
Congresional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI)
Superior Court for The District of Columbia, Washington
Padilla CRT, New York
Arrow Time Consultants
Nyumbani (NGO), Kenya
Afrikable (NGO), Lamu, Kenya
DeBofsky, Sherman & Casciari, P.C - Chicago
Padilla CRT (Communication Agency) - Minnesota
Law firms (Powers-Law-Lincoln, Clark Law Group - Washington, Thompson Hine LLP - Cleveland)
Procedures and Visas:
- To enter the USA: According to US law, you must have a passport valid for at least six months and, if you have an internship, the appropriate visa which must be obtained at the US Embassy. Participants of Spanish nationality or from any other country belonging to the Visa Waiver Program are exempt from requiring a visa as long as they have a return flight with dates which do not exceed a period of 90 days stay in the USA. All travelers must comply with the ESTA procedure before starting their journey.
- To enter Kenya: A "Tourist Visa" is required, which is obtained from the Kenyan Embassy.