Humanity in Action Fellowship


  • Students and recent graduates (including international students) of universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands, Poland, Ukraine and the United States


  • The HIA Fellowship programs bring together international groups of college students and recent graduates to explore national histories of discrimination and resistance, as well as examples of issues affecting different minority groups today. This 5-week summer fellowship in Europe is highly interdisciplinary, and features daily lectures and discussions with renowned academics, journalists, and activists. The HIA covers the costs of participation and accommodation.


  • June 8 – July 8, 2018
  • July 10 – August 5, 2017 (Atlanta and Detroit programs)


  • Amsterdam, Atlanta, Berlin, Copenhagen, Sarajevo, and Warsaw


  • Click here for more information and a link to the application.
  • Applications are due 11:59 PM PST on January 8, 2018. 

Italian Internships

NIAF & i-Italy Internship in Journalism and Italian American Affairs

The National Italian American Foundation (NIAF)

Modlingua (Certified Translation and Interpreting) 

English Language Assistantships in Italy

In scuola elementare and scuola media in north Italy (Brescia) – ITALY


1 MARCH – 31 MAY 2019


Program’s Resources and Opportunities:

* A serious and rewarding cultural experience within the school

* The opportunity to create contacts with educational professionals as well as with students who find the educational environment dynamic and stimulating

* A tutor within the school who will help the assistant with any difficulties

* The opportunity to become close to one or two Italian families, who will host them complimentarily and therefore are strongly motivated by this type of experience to host: the assistant will become a part of the family and needs to

act responsibly.

* A total salary of € 2400 (paid in 3 installments of €800)

* a total of 240 working hours in the class (in addition to the hours needed to prepare the

lesson plans)

* Insurance for the activities that take place at the school. For those who are not a part of the European Economic community, we require you to purchase health insurance which will cover possible medical costs.



  1. working as Foreign Language assistants/teachers in English classes;
  2. delivering some grammar clinics;
  3. catching up classes in the school;
  4. preparing students for language proficiency certifications;
  5. teaching adults some evenings



* Enrollment in Italian Studies minor or major is preferred but not required

* Be between 21 and 27 years old, a native English speaker, and have studied some type of linguistics

* Have as neutral an accent as possible

* Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills with children and adults

* Have a predisposition to work in a school (ability to collaborate with teachers, and seriousness in preparing English lessons and other scholastic subjects)

* Be flexible and have the capacity to problem solve and be reliable for your

advising teacher at the school

* Choose willingly to live with a family, knowing that this is an important

experience linguistically and culturally (the family is not an air B&B)

  • write to prof. Gianfranco Serioli (serioligianfranco@libero.it) a full statement (in English or Italian) of all relevant information, including their interest for the position, ability and willingness to comply with all the requirements, evidence of inclination for/experience in teaching and/or interacting successfully with foreigners, young people, motivation for living in family, etc.
  • have to produce a teacher’s recommendation.
  • Candidates might be requested to attend a skype interview.

SITE Program

    The SITE (Study Intercultural Training Experience) Program is an internship opportunity for English-speaking teaching assistant in schools of Lombardy, Italy. It is an opportunity for students or recent graduates from US Universities who wish to get a better understanding of the Italian language and culture, while assisting local teachers and getting professional training on teaching methods.

Horizons Technology Fellowship

    The Horizons Fellowship supports 200 outstanding university students in their pursuit to become leaders in technology. Our fully-funded program provides immersive software engineering and web/mobile development courses geared towards high-achieving college students. Our curriculum, developed by ex-Salesforce and Optimizely engineers alongside PhD candidates in computer science, is designed to teach students how to build web, mobile, and desktop applications. Our programs are open to students of any year and any major – we encourage candidates with diverse backgrounds and interests to apply.
    Horizons is a modern technology school. We help students launch careers in technology by providing a practical and industry focused software engineering curriculum. We are located in the heart of San Francisco. We do partner with local housing providers to make accommodations easy and affordable for our students.

Fashion Blogger

    Florentine Company is looking for a fashion blogger to join their team. Ideal candidates are enthusiastic about fashion, determined, and hard working. Responsibilities include writing original content for luxury products, strong communication and writing skills in English, attention to detail for fashion products, excellent research skills, and works efficiently in a fast-paced environment.

Global Experiences Internships in Florence, Italy

    Experience Italy with the award winning Global Experiences internships in Florence. Interns in Florence can take advantage of all the beautiful history around them, as well as enhance their resume to reflect newly acquired skills in an international workplace. In Florence, Global Experiences interns will develop their language skills in Italian and gain a global perspective while enjoying all that Tuscany has to offer.

AIFS Study Abroad in Rome, Italy: Semester Internship

    Earn up to 16 credits interning with a Rome-based company and studying the Italian language. Richmond has specifically designed the International Internship Program to combine an academic program and individual attention with a unique opportunity to work in Rome-based organizations. Begin your semester with a 2-week Italian language course in Florence, along with preparation designed to help students as they begin their internship in Italy.Internships are available in a wide range of companies and institutions in art, design, communications, education, history, international business, international relations, political science, social sciences and more.

Atlantis Fellowship: Pre-med Fellowship Abroad

Includes Italy.

Performing Arts Abroad – Internships in Italy

Stand out in auditions and build your music, dance, or theater resume by participating in an internship with a community arts group in Florence, Italy. You’ll contribute to the creative process of the organization while enjoying the magnificence of this beautiful Italian city.

Istituto Europeo – Internships in Florence

Undertake an internship in Italy while studying conversational Italian with Istituto Europeo. Interns work at companies based on their interest. Typically, interns do a combination of Italian lessons in the morning and interning in the afternoon, but they can opt to do a full-time internship. Students can work at art galleries, wine production facilities, social media, sustainable architecture, fashion design.

World Languages and Cultures (WLAC) Careers in Foreign Language

Combined with other professional skills, your knowledge of a second language gives you an edge in a challenging job market, and yes, it makes you smarter!

The Department of World Languages and Cultures is committed to the development of students’ linguistic and intercultural competence through a curriculum that fosters the multiple connections between language, culture and their applications to other disciplines. While promoting an international perspective, coursework and other activities enable students to become linguistically and culturally competent language users who can employ their knowledge and skills for academic and professional purposes as well as for personal enrichment. Advanced knowledge of a world language may be applied to a variety of careers in Communications, Business, Health, Government and Social services, Education, Science, Informatics, and Travel, among others.
Studying another language also:

  • improves your knowledge of English grammar and vocabulary;
  • increases your cognitive and verbal skills;
  • prepares you to interact successfully with people of different cultures in an increasingly globalized environment.

Check out our present and future course offerings HERE!

Liberal Arts Career NetWORK

Find more internship opportunities here!

Internships, Courses, and Residencies in Art in Siena

The Siena Art Institute’s Undergraduate Program is designed for students who are focusing on their artistic development, and are looking for a new setting to pursue their art in a study-abroad experience. The program welcomes artists from all disciplines (painting, photography, video, installation, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, creative writing and more) who are interested in the intersection of art and civic life, and who wish to explore how our artistic projects can lead to a deeper understanding of the cultures in which we find ourselves. Our undergraduate students are able to spend one or two semesters at the Siena Art Institute honing their skills, exploring their artistic interests, and developing their artistic portfolios.

Our program is intentionally small, allowing students to receive a great deal of individual attention from our faculty to assist in your ongoing portfolio development.  Our small classes allow close collaboration between students and faculty.  The Siena Art Institute works in close contact with our partner programs such as the Siena School for Liberal Arts, Mason Perkins Deafness Fund, and diverse summer symposia, granting our students unparalleled access to a variety of cultural resources and activities. We encourage our program participants to grow and learn during their time here through a wide range of exciting and innovative courses, as well as community-based art projects, internship opportunities, and cultural experiences.

Iseo Lake Language Summer School

I corsi estivi sono un progetto del Prof. Gianfranco Serioli, che ne è il responsabile, e sono ospitati presso la scuola di Fuscaldo (corsi di lingua) e presso la scuola superiore di Iseo (corso sulla Divina Commedia)

Study in Italy – Internship and Summer courses Opportunities

  • Get to know Italian Culture by taking one of our English language culture courses!
  • Choose the course that best suits you!
  • Art History
  • Management Made in Italy
  • Theatre
  • Creative Writing
  • Grapevine Experience (cooking classes; wine appreciation and more)


Do you speak some Italian? Want to live in Italy with a family this summer? Here’s a great opportunity – volunteering at a summer camp in Italy! After the great success over the last two years, the Lombardy Dioceses, in partnership with the Dante Alighieri Society of Machigan, is again offering an opportunity to live in Italy while volunteering as a counselor at a church-run summer camp. Get free accommodation, perfect your Italian, and add invaluable experience to your résumé.

Click here for more information.

Strategy and Research Analyst/Specialist for the One Acre Fund


  • English is required, proficiency in French is beneficial
  • “Exceptional professionals with quality work experience conducting quantitative analysis and research, managing client relationships, and advising on organizational strategy.” (One Acre Fund)


  • A career-track paid position on the Internal Consulting Team (ICT) of the One Acre Fund. Team members support the One Acre Fund during critical moments that highly impact farmers. A Strategy & Research Analyst/Specialist will work with other teams within the organization to conduct research and analysis that answers questions that the teams have.


  • Start time is flexible
  • Minimum 2 year commitment (full-time)
  • Preference to those who would like to build a long-term career with the One Acre Fund


  • Nairobi, Africa (multiple openings)
  • Kampala, Africa (one opening)


  • Click here for more information and a link to the application.

2018 Health Care Connection Summer Internship


  • Undergraduate students and recent graduates (i.e. completed their degree within the last three years) with career interests in health care and public health


  • A full-time, paid 10-week internship. Interns are placed with a partner organization and work on projects that are educational and benefit the organization and the community.


  • Start time is flexible
  • 10-week internship


  • Many locations for partner organizations


  • Click here for more information and a link to the application.