Interning or volunteering abroad is a great way to get involved, gain professional experience, and add an international flair to your resume. These unique opportunities are included as part of many types of education abroad programs.
For example, a faculty-led program may involve a volunteer project at a local school, or a semester study abroad program may offer students the opportunity to participate in credit-bearing internship placement alongside their other coursework. Additionally, some programs (generally during the summer) offer stand-alone internship or service-learning placements.
These opportunities are generally unpaid, but they may offer credit.
Stand-alone international internship and service learning programs that UW-Whitewater administers or is affiliated with include:
Other types of programs that incorporate internship or service learning opportunities can be found in our program search.
UW-Whitewater students are also permitted to volunteer or intern abroad through non-affiliated organizations or providers, subject to case-by-case approval by the Center for Global Education.
To discuss the possibility of participating in a non-affiliated program, please schedule an advising appointment with a Global Experiences Coordinator by calling 262-472-5759