Why You Should Intern Abroad with CAPA

Apr 16, 2019 11:19:00 AM / by Emma Dinnerstein & Kailey McIlwrath

CAPA vloggers Emma Dinnerstein and Kailey McIlwrath talk everything to do with interning abroad! In this video they share information about the application process, what their internships are like and what they are learning, PLUS they also check in with our Internships staff in London to hear about internships from their perspective!

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Posted in: London, England, Internships Abroad

Argentine vs U.S. Work Culture: Observations from an Internship in Buenos Aires

Apr 15, 2019 11:08:00 AM / by Shivani Pandya

Get to know the work culture in Argentina through Shivani's eyes! In this week's post, she shares experiences from her internship at the Research Institute of Biomedicine of the Max Planck Society in Palermo and observes the way locals interact, take breaks, approach gender equality, and fulfill their work duties.

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Posted in: Buenos Aires, Argentina, Internships Abroad

Interning in London with Duck and Dry

Apr 10, 2019 1:17:33 PM / by Kendall Hoyt

Kendall Hoyt brings us part 2 in her Interning in London Series! In this episode she takes us along to see her internship site, tell us more about her role, and share what she's learned during her internship with London's premiere hair care service, @DuckandDry!

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Posted in: London, England, Internships Abroad

How to Apply for a CAPA Internship

Mar 28, 2019 9:23:00 AM / by Kendall Hoyt

Not sure what it actually means to apply for a global internship through CAPA? No problem!  Kendall is sharing the details of her application process in this video - so make sure to watch to help mentally prepare for your internship application! 

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Posted in: London, England, Internships Abroad

5 Things I've Learned While Interning in Florence 

Mar 20, 2019 11:12:00 AM / by Daniel Arnabar

Interning abroad is an opportunity for you to participate in the world at large. In this week's post, Daniel describes his thoughts about his internship and juggling it with his studies and adapting to a new country. Take a look at his five takeaways and how you can accomplish work and build the marketable skills you need for the future.

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Posted in: Florence, Italy, Internships Abroad

Learning Beyond the Classroom With CAPA Internships & Field Trips

Feb 25, 2019 11:45:00 AM / by Elizabeth Westermeyer

In this week's post, Lizzy talks about what it's like to intern at the Leukaemia Foundation in Sydney and the lessons she's picking up along the way. Follow along as she takes us through her day and what she's been doing for the foundation's World's Greatest Shave campaign. In addition to getting real world experience, Lizzy points out how beneficial field trips and Globally Networked Learning are to acquainting yourself locally and communicating globally. Check out the professional tips and advice she has for aspiring students!

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Posted in: Sydney, Australia, Internships Abroad

Here's the Daily Routine of an American Interning in London

Feb 8, 2019 9:37:11 AM / by Kendall Hoyt

Interning, studying, and living abroad in London can seem like a lot to balance, but it's definitely doable and SO worth it. In this week's vlog, Kendall Hoyt takes us along to see what a day in the life of a CAPA London intern looks like!

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Posted in: London, England, Internships Abroad

A Successful Project to Wrap Up My Marketing Internship in Dublin

Jan 3, 2019 9:41:00 AM / by Casey Rhode

In this week's post, Casey tells us about how she ended her marketing internship with Griffith College's Alumni and Career Office in Dublin. She played a big part in planning and executing the very first Alumni Breakfast event for Griffith College. It was a success and one to be remembered! See how Casey diligently contributed to this project while coordinating with various professionals.

Thanks to CAPA, I was able to do an internship while studying in Dublin. My internship was with the Alumni and Careers Office at Griffith College, where I studied. I worked directly with Suzanna Doyle, who takes on the alumni office all on her own, with occasional help from the marketing team whom we shared an office with. The biggest project I had to work on this semester was the first ever Alumni Breakfast event.

This breakfast was a great way to network and reconnect with fellow Griffith alum, while also hearing from some speakers and giving out spot prizes. This event took a lot of time to plan, and I don’t think Suzanna and I could have done it without each other. What was great about my internship was that I didn’t feel like an intern; I felt like I had an important voice that was being listened to and valued. I was able to bounce ideas off of Suzanna and vice versa.

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Posted in: Dublin, Ireland, Internships Abroad

An Internship with the Screen Directors Guild of Dublin

Dec 28, 2018 10:37:56 AM / by Jessica Kisluk

This was an internship that almost did not happened, but Jessica's glad she changed her mind. In this week's post, she talks about interning at the Screen Directors Guild of Dublin and what she did to achieve her professional goals there. She also gives us some insight about the Global Internship Workshop she took alongside her internship and how that prepared her for the Irish working culture and future career endeavors.

Over the course of this past semester, I held an internship with the Screen Directors Guild of Ireland. This internship encompassed a lot of tasks, and I have gained numerous valuable skills that will hopefully help me to secure a job in the future. When I first applied for the CAPA program, I debated not doing an internship, but now I am so grateful that I did. My internship title was project manager, and I had various responsibilities. Some of the main things I organized were speed networking and screening events, podcasts, and many other office responsibilities. We sent an Irish director to LA and I was in charge of the itinerary and meetings. I also helped to produce a podcast with screen directors in collaboration with RTÉ, Ireland’s national broadcaster.

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Posted in: Dublin, Ireland, Internships Abroad

A Day in the Life of a CAPA London Intern

Dec 14, 2018 11:30:00 AM / by CAPA Study Abroad Ambassadors

In this post, CAPA Alumna Savannah Bernard walks us through a day in her life as a study abroad student and intern in London!

I was so fortunate to be able to not only take classes abroad through my CAPA program but also try my hand at a real job through my internship. I am a Journalism major specializing in Strategic Communications at the University of Missouri – Columbia, and I got to test out my skills in the real world. I worked as a public relations and political relations intern at one of London’s leading media agencies, PLMR. I worked around 20 hours a week along with my normal class schedule.

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Posted in: London, England, Study Abroad, Internships Abroad, Internships in London

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