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Global Social Internship Program

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Rooted in Jesuit traditions that aim to create future leaders who are reflective life-long learners, engage in civic activities, and live their lives in service to others, the McDonough Undergraduate Program Office has created the summer Global Social Internship Program in collaboration with the Beeck Center for Social Impact & Innovation and the Fabretto Children’s Foundation. Each collaboration is designed to provide undergraduate students with a transformative platform to engage in service learning and internship opportunities around the world. Student interns will spend five to ten weeks (depending on the program) outside of the U.S. and engage in various tasks related to the business enterprise. Examples include but are not limited to:

  • Proposal Development
  • Program Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Marketing and Promotion
  • Program Coordination and Support  

Business students accepted into the Fabretto Foundation internship will receive a stipend of $2,500+ and free housing. To learn more about Fabreto’s internship, please review the Fabretto Volunteer Handbook. To learn more about the Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation, please review their website.

Eligibility Criteria for Fabretto Foundation:

  1. Rising juniors
  2. Rising seniors
  3. Students with good academic standing
  4. Intermediate proficiency in Spanish

Eligibility Criteria for Beck Center for Social Impact & Innovation

  1. All students interested in a global social internship
  2. Students with good academic standing

 

Program Dates for Fabretto Summer 2017:  

Group I: May – June 2017 

Group II: July – August 2017

For information about these programs, please contact Senior Assistant Dean, Dr. Monija Amani.