CIEE-Thailand Internship Program, 2014-2015 APPLY NOW!

Applications for the Council on International Educational Exchange are now being accepted – Thailand Internship Program for the next academic year starting June 2014–30 June 2015. Interns will work with both the Development and Globalization (DG) and Community Public Health (PH) programs.

Anyone is welcome to apply (no need to have actually been a student on the CIEE-Khon Kaen programs), so spread the word!

The internship program began in 2000, but developed into its present form by 2003, and the number of applicants applying to our program has been steadily on the rise. This current year is the first that the intern team as a whole has worked equally with both programs. Next year, we hope to continue to develop the internship structure and what it means to work with two groups of students and communities.

Note: the number of interns accepted will be dependent on student enrollment.

Please email me at samantha.ryals@gmail.com to request an application and for additional information about the CIEE-Khon Kaen Internship Program.          

Applications are due by January 5th 2014. The new intern group will be selected by late January.

Please see below for more details on the internship.
Council on International Education and Exchange (CIEE) – Khon Kaen Development and Globalization Program is a study abroad program that focuses on development and globalization from the human perspective. Each semester approximately twenty-five students participate.

CIEE – Khon Kaen Community Public Health Program is a study abroad program that focuses on public health issues on local, national, and international levels. Each semester approximately twenty-five students participate.

CIEE-Khon Kaen is now accepting applications from people who enjoy or want to learn more about working with groups, group process, and the inner-workings of socially engaged/community focused study abroad programs.

This opportunity gives you a chance to study abroad, develop a broad range of skills, and learn more about group processes.  There are a series of qualifications that need to be met, so contact  Sam Ryals for more information at samantha.ryals@gmail.com

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