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International Internships in Social Work

If you’re a people person and want to give back to communities abroad, Intern Abroad HQ’s affordable Social Work internships enable you to cultivate cultural intelligence, expand your global network and polish essential soft skills by joining a pioneering organization of experienced social workers.

Whether you want to support children, at risk youth, refugees and people living with disabilities, or help tackle global issues such as poverty, conflict resolution, HIV/AIDS, substance abuse and gender issues - our global Social Work internships are customized for students, graduates and young professionals to meet specific career goals or academic requirements.

We offer Social Work internships abroad for those who want to combine experiential learning with an overseas adventure, as well as remote Social Work internships for those who prefer the flexibility and freedom of working from home and choosing their own hours.

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Contributes to United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal #10: Reduced Inequalities

Contributes to United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal #10: Reduced Inequalities

Our Social Work internships help provide support to marginalized populations, including women, children, refugees, indigenous populations, disabled people, and those with mental health conditions.

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 #10: Reduced Inequalities

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”My internship experience has been very exciting. My supervisors were very understanding and open-minded about my culture and they encouraged me to corporate my views and perspectives into our work. Because I was starting as an intern, I did not expect to build a module for counseling on my own. However, my supervisors gave me a chance to work independently and be creative which challenged me to be more proactive and independent.”

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