The China Institute Children and Youth Programs is offering internship opportunities for reliable and self-motivated college-level students and recent graduates. Interns primary focus will be on the We All Live in the Forbidden City (WALFC), a dynamic educational program about the history, culture, architecture, and life of imperial China as seen through the lens of Beijing’s Forbidden City, one of the world’s most fascinating landmarks.
Interns will see how a non-profit educational and cultural institution operates from the inside by working closely with staff at China Institute, receiving practical training in program development.
Education and prior experience most suited for this internship:
Candidates are required to commit to a minimum of 12 weeks and at least 8 hours a week. Availability during the weekends may be requested.
China Institute sponsors OPT for future employment opportunities upon performance evaluation.
China Institute in America is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.
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China Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer.