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AmCham China’s internship program provides participants with the experience of working in one of the most dynamic and fast-paced business environments in the world – Beijing. Interns gain invaluable insight into the multi-faceted nature of US-China bilateral relations and the business climate in China.
The first and only private English-language Television network to offer international viewers comprehensive coverage and programming produced exclusively from and about China.
CIBE is an international non-profit research institution that integrates ethical decision making into business strategies through research, education and community campaigns.
A non-profit trade association that offers a range of market research and consultancy services for the government and agro-chemical industry.
China Policy is a Beijing based research and advisory company. Supporting our clients at multiple levels, from in-house research teams to CEOs and boards, we help them anticipate, understand and respond to China’s changing domestic policy and geopolitical environment. Extensive and systematic policy mapping underpins our analysis and advice. Our team approach affords interns a unique macro picture of China’s current geopolitical, economic and social trajectory. Advanced Chinese language skills will be a strong advantage.
The Commercial Section is charged with helping U.S. firms export their goods and services to China. To accomplish this mission, we offer a variety of resources and services to assist U.S. companies entering the Chinese market. The purpose of the internship program is to provide college students and law students with “hands-on” experience working in a commercial section of a U.S. Embassy or Consulate. Each post determines its own criteria for intern applicants.
Note: Interns must be U.S. citizens who are currently enrolled students.
One of the most exquisite and best-preserved imperial mansions in Beijing, it serves as a popular tourist destination for both Chinese and International visitors.
Through educational outreach, large-scale events and an active social media presence, Thirst is building a community of 12-16 year-olds who are changing the way the world uses and consumes water. Thirst seeks interns who want to gain experience working for a fast-growing social enterprise. Internships are available within the Partnership team, which identifies partnership approaches and develops international supporters. Internships are also available in areas including: educational outreach, social media engagement, event management and graphic design.
True Run Media is a 12-year-old international media company dedicated to helping people in Beijing live their lives to the fullest. Three print magazine titles: The Beijinger, BeijingKids and Jing Kids– and their associated digital entities – cater to the distinct needs of people living in Beijing. The intern will contribute regularly to the magazine and website, and will stay in close contact with international schools, hospitals, restaurants, and other important events and organizations in the community to ensure that the magazines are always the first to know about community happenings.
An internship at the WHO Beijing office gives students an excellent opportunity to build and develop strong project management skills, public affairs and communications experience, event management skills, and a deeper understanding of the complexities of a global organization dedicated to achieving good health for China’ citizens through evidence-based public health initiatives. Interns will gain insight into the work of WHO while enriching their knowledge and experience in the health field, thereby contributing to the advancement public health.