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International Internships in Education

Want to find internships for Education majors or gain real world career experience with international Teaching internships? Learn to manage a classroom, support disadvantaged communities and improve access to education around the world with Intern Abroad HQ’s affordable Education and Teaching internships. These international internship programs enable you to cultivate cultural intelligence, expand your global network and polish vital soft skills by joining a pioneering organization of experienced teachers and education specialists.

Our global Education internships combine experiential learning with an overseas adventure and can be customized for students, graduates and young professionals to meet specific career goals or academic requirements.

Whether you want to find internships in Education working with women, children, young people or provide special needs support, you’ll gain insight into culturally diverse education practices and styles of learning on these exciting internships abroad.

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Contributes to United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal #4: Quality Education

Contributes to United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal #4: Quality Education

Our Education internships provide an opportunity for children and adults to learn in a safe environment. This is key to preventing poverty, securing long-term employment and improving quality of life.

Many employers favor candidates who have experience that aligns with their organization’s ethics. Our internships enable you to gain practical experience in your career field, while supporting global sustainable development.

Contributes to United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal #4: Quality Education

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”Before I started this teaching internship, I expected it to be challenging! However, these worries were all overcome after I talked to my supervisor - I think future interns should be aware of this! Through chatting with my supervisor, she explained to me how the lessons will work (one of the teachers was to be my translator) and she reassured me of all the schedules. I felt so much more comfortable and confident after this initial communication.”

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