With placements in more than 50 countries, IIP offers students the opportunity to fulfill academic and personal goals while living and working abroad. Interns have held positions in government, media, education, public health and nongovernmental organizations, as well as financial and research institutions.
Before making an appointment with an adviser, please be sure to research internship placements on our website, read hard copy evaluations from former interns (located outside the IIP office), and fill out a required IIP interest form.
Kimberly Jack joined the Office of International Programs in August 2019 as the Office Coordinator. If you have general IIP questions, don't hesitate to email Kimberly at firstname.lastname@example.org.