Virtual Internships

Virtual Internships in Madrid

  1. Program Details

    Virtual Internships in Madrid is a four-credit internship opportunity. It’s critical to learn to adapt, acclimate, discover new ways to contribute, and be productive working remotely. Virtual internships combined with the internship course give you an opportunity to learn and develop valuable skills.

    Location Madrid, Spain
    Term Fall Semester
    Credit Type Resident Credit
    Sponsor Learning Abroad Center

    Program Eligibility

    GPA 2.5
    Student Type UofM Students
    Student Year Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors
  2. About Virtual Internships in Madrid

    The Virtual Internship in Madrid program is a four-credit internship opportunity. Virtual internships combined with the internship course give you an opportunity to learn and develop valuable skills.

    You’ll work on projects from the US for an international organization while adding a global perspective to your professional work experience. You’ll apply your in-class knowledge to real-world meaningful work, gain experience working remotely, expand your skill base, earn four credits from coursework, and maximize your time.

    While we’ll try to place you in your preferred location, keep in mind that our top consideration is making an appropriate match to your skills, experience, and internship goals.

    Learning Outcomes

    At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to:

    • Communicate and navigate effectively in a global, virtual environment
    • Gain culture specific knowledge of work placement country
    • Understand your own values, skills, and behaviors and how different values and communication styles may impact workplace dynamics; develop strategies for adapting to these differences
    • Identify and articulate skills and experiences necessary to reach future career goals; develop learning objectives for the virtual internship site that will help you move toward these career aspirations
    • Conduct your work during the internship utilizing best practices around professional behavior within a virtual work environment
    • Understand and practice tolerance of different cultural assumptions
    • Use a comparative framework in essays and dialogue with fellow students to examine cultural and professional aspects of work and how COVID-19 has impacted these environments
    • Research and analyze the placement country’s workplace, particularly in terms of social media and online presence, including language, norms, values, economic assumptions and compare this to virtual environment to the US

    About the Learning Abroad Center

    Learning Abroad Center programs are:

    • Affordable: our programs are cost effective.
    • Academically strong: many programs have strong University of Minnesota departmental support and offer pre-approved courses for many majors.
    • Culturally rich: regardless of the program you choose, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture.
    • Expertly managed: our staff in Minnesota and abroad are trained professionals and are always available to answer your questions from extensive pre-departure advising and online orientations to reentry programming. Your safety and well-being are paramount, and we work hard to ensure you have a rewarding and safe experience abroad.
  3. Program Structure

    Program Level 3000-level course
    Courseload

    One 4-credit virtual internship course as well as 12–20 hours per week at your internship placement.

    The course will be offered in English and Spanish. The Spanish taught section of the Virtual International Internship can be counted as an elective without a Critical Analysis prerequisite for Fall 2020 Spanish majors and minors. Consult with the Spanish department for approval.

     

    Course Schedule

    September 21st, 2020: Virtual internship course begins

    September 28th, 2020: Virtual internship placement begins

    December 16th, 2020: Virtual internship course and placement ends

    The class will meet synchronously three times throughout the semester. The schedule of those classes is:

    • September 21st at 10:00-11:00am
    • November 2nd at 10:00-11:00am
    • December 11th at 10:00-11:00am

    Coursework

    The 4-credit virtual internship course will consist of lectures, small-group discussions, readings, posting to prompts, blogs, essays, a mock interview, and a presentation. Along with the class, you’ll be assigned projects for 12–20 hours per week at your internship placement. The course will help you apply in-class knowledge to your work and understand your newly developed professional skills to articulate in professional situations.

    Virtual Internship Syllabus (PDF)

    Internship Placements

    Biblioteca Castilla-La Mancha - Toledo, Spain

    Industry: Education

    Status: 2 Positions Available

    Description of Organization: The Castilla-La Mancha Library, under the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of Castilla-La Mancha, constitutes the most important library center in the region and one of the most outstanding in Spain.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: The internship will consist of assistance in the communication area collaborating in the translation and interpretation of texts (web, diptychs, forms, etc.). The student will be able to create conversation groups in English with Spaniards between 6 and 16 years old.

    Internship Language: Spanish & English
    Prerequisite: Completed SPAN 1004

     

    Colegio Divina Pastora - Toledo, Spain

    Industry: Education

    Status: 2 Positions Available

    Description of Organization: It is an Educational Foundation with 18 concerted schools in Spain, which seeks the integral Christian formation of its students. They bet on innovation and bilingualism, in an environment of trust between students, teachers and families.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: This internship consists of helping the internship supervisor in group or tandem conversation exchange with teachers and students from secondary education. One time will be in English and the other in Spanish.

    Internship Language: Spanish & English
    Prerequisite: Completed SPAN 1004

     

    FEDETO - Toledo, Spain

    Industries: Business, Marketing

    Status: 2 Positions Available

    Description of Organization: An organization created by the provincial Government, whose fundamental objectives are the representation and defense of the interests of companies of the region, and it´s social and economic impact (cooperatives, corporations, labor companies, labor limited companies, etc.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: The internship will take place in the Economic Department, specifically in the International Area. The student may develop, after an interview with his/her tutor, collaborative market research projects on the impact of Covid 19 on the business operations, among other approaches, always under the supervision and in agreement with the International Area of ​​FEDETO.

    Internship Language: Spanish & English
    Prerequisite: Intermediate Spanish level (passed SPAN 1004)

     

    ACCEM

    Industries: Psychology, Nonprofit

    Status: Position Filled

    Description of Organization: A non-profit, non-partisan and non-denominational organization dedicated to aiding refugees and asylum-seekers entering Spain. ACCEM also works to improve the living conditions of people in vulnerable situations and fight for equal rights, duties and opportunities for all people, regardless of their origin, gender, sexual orientation and identity, religion, opinion or social group. dedicated to the healing and prevention of child sexual abuse.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: During this placement students will have the opportunity to shadow the instructor while conducting individual sessions and participate in group sessions and workshops. They will have the opportunity to learn about the importance of the first meeting with the client and various obstacles in working with people from different cultural, religious and economic backgrounds; to learn about techniques used by psychologists to start a bond and build a trusting relationship with the client; to learn about the work dedicated to public outreach and the use of social networks in dissemination of information related to the topic of immigration and marginalized social groups. The instructor will provide short introductory lectures, videos and reading material. Students are required to follow homework and exercises assigned by the instructor in their own time. The instructor will check students’ weekly progress.

    Internship Language: Spanish
    Prerequisites: Advanced Spanish level (taking SPAN 3XXX level courses), Background in psychology or education studies

     

    APUNE

    Industries: Social media, Web design

    Status: Position Filled

    Description of Organization: The oldest association in Europe dedicated to the needs of American university programs abroad (founded 1968), APUNE (Asociación de Programas Universitarios Norteamericanos en España) is a cultural, not-for-profit organization that seeks to both further and facilitate international exchange between the U.S. and Spain. It congregates most of the American Universities Study Abroad Programs in Spain.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Help with the content and edition of the web, and our social media (Facebook and Twitter). Along with support on virtual meetings, webinars, and assembly, and bulletin.

    Internship Language: English
    Prerequisite: Small knowledge of Spanish

     

    ASPASI

    Industries: Nonprofit, Psychology

    Status: 2 Positions Available

    Description of Organization: A non-profit organization dedicated to the healing and prevention of child sexual abuse.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: During this placement students will have the opportunity to learn different techniques used by psychologists experts in healing and preventing sexual abuse in children; to learn about the ethical and legal aspects of the problem; they will have the opportunity to learn about the work dedicated to public outreach, marketing and the use of social networks for dissemination of information related to the topic of prevention of sexual abuse in children. When permitted by the circumstances, students will have the opportunity to participate in parents and children awareness seminars and workshops organized by ASPASI. The instructor will provide short introductory lectures, videos and reading material. Students are required to follow homework and exercises assigned by the instructor in their own time. The instructor will check students’ weekly progress.

    Internship Language: Spanish
    Prerequisite: Advanced Spanish level (taking SPAN 3XXX level courses), Background in psychology or education studies

     

    Developmental Neurobiology Group, Cajal Institute-CSIC

    Industries: Neuroscience/Psychology

    Status: 2 Positions Available

    Description of Organization: The Cajal Institute-CSIC is a 100 years old research institution founded by the Spanish government to help the 1906 Nobel laureate, Santiago Ramón y Cajal (founder of modern Neuroscience), in his titanic labor of describing the basic structure of the Central Nervous System, including the connections between nerve cells. The Institute currently belongs to the Spanish Research Council (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas-CSIC), and it is dedicated to studying the brain and the diseases affecting the CNS. Our research group is mainly focused on the development of the CNS (i.e. myelination, olfactory system), demyelination (including primary demyelinating diseases, like Multiple Sclerosis) and remyelination (mainly focused on the search for remyelinating agents to promote spontaneous remyelination ability of oligodendrocyte precursor cells).

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: During this placement students will have the opportunity to complete a formation in the History of Neuroscience. Different Neuroscience concepts were established for the first time in Madrid to pave the way for modern and contemporary Neuroscience. Since years ago, our group is also involved in studying the work of Cajal and the plethora of outstanding researchers trained by him, collectively known as the Spanish Neurological School, or the Cajal School. The institutional and private archives pertaining to these neuroscientists have been collectively admitted by the UNESCO as part of the Human Heritage (i.e. Memory of the World programme). There are different aspects of this part of History of Science that remain to be fully studied, which would provide a great opportunity for an interested student/s under the current limitations due to the Covid19 pandemic. The instructor will provide short introductory lectures, videos and reading material. Students are required to follow homework and exercises assigned by the instructor in their own time. The instructor will check students’ weekly progress.

    Internship Language: English & Spanish
    Prerequisites: Intermediate Spanish level (passed SPAN 1004), background in Neuroscience or Psychology

     

    El Independiente

    Industry: Journalism

    Status: Position Filled 

    Description of Organization: El Independiente is a Spanish digital Newspaper, its main coverage is the actuality of Spain, but highlighting international news.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Students will cover news happening in the US, and collaborating with the International news section, under direct supervisor of Ana Alonso who is a journalist of the paper.

    Internship Language: English & Spanish
    Prerequisite: Lower level of Spanish

     

    Freedom and Flow company

    Industries: Public Health, Research

    Status: Position Filled

    Description of Organization: Freedom and Flow Company is a company specialized in data processing (Big Data & Data Science) for strategic decision making within the Health and Corporate Welfare sector, but we are also expanding to other areas where we are starting to develop our activity, as is the Esport. The main services include: The Observatory for Corporate Health Management, strategic advice to companies and customized solutions. In our company the student will find a multidisciplinary development and learning opportunity of practical application in the business field. Our business model is Startup, where we work as a team in an agile way to provide health and wellbeing solutions that are efficient and effective on a day-to-day basis. The basis of our work is research of healthy habits. Based on our results, we guide companies in the process of improving their interventions aimed at managing the health of their work teams. Therefore, we work from basic databases in Excel and statistical programs such as SPSS, as well as with basic and portable data collection equipment that is easy to transfer to companies.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Research tasks related to the promotion of occupational health:

    • Treatment and analysis of databases, collection of experimental data and writing of research reports
    • Evaluation of research programs oriented to the promotion of occupational health
    • Translation into English of research material related to occupational health projects
    • Participation in research tasks related to the study of Gamer's brain in Esport.

    Internship Language: English & Spanish
    Prerequisites: Lower level of Spanish, basic knowledge of research

     

    Greater than One (GTO)

    Industries: Marketing, Social Media

    Status: 1 Position Available

    Description of Organization: A digital agency driving innovative solutions at the intersection of strategy, technology, and creativity in the health and wellness space.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Support the Marketing department in developing Marketing plans and research that will conduct and help GTO´s customer, as well as taking part in all Social Media Marketing Activities, Products, and, Services that GTO offers to the International Market.

    Internship Language: English
    Prerequisite: none

     

    Madrid Easy

    Industries: Social Media, Marketing

    Status: 1 Position Available

    Description of Organization: Madrid Easy is a housing company that has dedicated more than 20 years to providing housing for students and young professionals from all over the world

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: This internship will consist mostly on helping the Marketing department:

    • Developing and maintaining their Social Media Marketing Campaigns and efforts
    • Responding to potential customers
    • Customer Services Activities
    • Marketing Research and Development

    Internship Language: English
    Prerequisite: none

     

    Sensorimotor Research Lab: National Hospital for Paraplegics - Toledo

    Industries: Public Health, Research

    Status: 6 Positions Available

    Description of Organization: In the lab they perform investigator and industry lead clinical trials to improve the diagnosis of the symptoms of spinal cord injury in the course of patient rehabilitation in the hospital and at home.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: They aim to motivate students by using flipped-learning techniques so that students participate in fun group activities, presenting hot-topic mini presentations to their new colleagues, and developing their final written scoping review to an international audience of experts. Along the way students will learn how to use the toolkits to:

    • Develop students´ SCI research question leading to their healthcare proposal
    • Write student´s scoping review and peer-review for publication
    • Present student´s “Dragons-Den” proposal for funding by a research panel
    • Understand the ethical issue of biomedical research using case histories
    • Analyze real data using qualitative and quantitative statistical tests in Excel

    Internship Language: English
    Prerequisite: none

     

    World Recruitment

    Industries: Marketing, Business

    Status: Position Filled

    Description of Organization: Specialized in the recruitment of managerial and directive positions within the industries of consultancy, green energies and hospitality. It has offices in Spain, Mexico, Thailand and Switzerland. Actually, they are in the process of entering and expanding in the US market, mainly in the sector of green energies.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Support the company to gather information and develop a Business and Marketing plan, analyzing how the sector of green energies is regulated, main actors in the field, main markets, prices, strategies, etc. Depending on the success of the internship it might open the possibility of becoming a representative of the company in the US, once they decide to install in the market.

    Internship Language: English & Spanish
    Prerequisite: Lower level Spanish

     

    Princes81

    Industries: Psychology

    Status: 10-15 Positions Available

    Description of Organization: Princesa 81 is a psychology center in Madrid founded in 2009 by two professionals trained at the Clinical Psychology Unit of the Complutense University of Madrid. The center was born with the idea of ​​being a collaborative psychology center, where professionals help each other, supervise each other, and create a nurturing environment in which common projects can arise. We are a team of board-certified psychologists registered in Madrid, with extensive professional experience and a solid academic background. In addition to offering different types of therapies to adults, couples, children and the
    elderly, the center is also providing internships for Psychology undergraduates and Master students from different universities and it is becoming a reference center in Madrid. As of 2015, the center offers psychosocial training for security and emergency professionals, as well as specialized psychological care
    for them. We also offer different educational and outreach programs for public.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Depending on student’s background and level of knowledge the internship will consist of:

    • Learning about the professional environment and guidelines for work from a practical perspective.
    • Training sessions in evaluation and application of evaluation protocols, tests, etc. Skills training.
    • Training sessions in difficult situations in therapy and supervision of clinical cases, in which the specific cases will be discussed.
    • Technique training sessions in which students will prepare role playing of psychological intervention techniques and apply them with a partner under the supervision of a center psychologist.
    • Co-therapy/ observation of online sessions with a fellow practitioner.
    • Clinical sessions: each student will prepare a clinical session to present it individually or with colleagues.
    • Preparation of a short bibliography review on a topic of student’s choice and its presentation.

    Internship Language: Spanish
    Prerequisite: Intermediate to high level of Spanish

     

    Fundación Ortega - Marañón: Writing and Communication

    Industry: Research, Communication

    Status: 1 Position Available

    Description of Organization: The Fundación José Ortega y Gasset-Gregorio Marañón is a private, non-profit making institution devoted to cultural activities, debate and research for the dissemination of the Social Sciences and Humanities and Health Sciences. Inspired by the figure of its founder and the important role he played in the society of his time, the Fundación was created in 1978 by Soledad Ortega Spottorno. The Fundación has a number of centres and departments which carry out many different activities. These activities are, among others, graduate training, university teaching for foreign students, applied research, documentation about international relations, seminars and conferences, lectures, round tables, publications, courses for teachers of Spanish, exhibitions and technical assistance to public and private corporations and multilateral organizations.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Research about college response to COVID-19 pandemic in US universities for the 2020-2021 Academic Year pertaining a study project organized by the Fundación Ortega Marañón FOM in relation to its Study Abroad Program in both Madrid and Toledo campuses.  The student must conduct research to draw up a written account on her findings, which will include an Excel document where a summary of her research per college studied must be shown, and where data will be presented and commented.  The supervisor will provide a guideline so the student may start her research, and will guide her throughout the 6-week internship period with weekly online meeting.  The student must also provide a weekly draft of her research (a total of 6) which she will forward to the supervisor by email for his knowledge and approval.

    Internship Language: English
    Prerequisite: none

     

    Fundación Ortega - Marañón: Research Methods for Studying the Brain

    Industries: Research, Neuroscience, Psychology

    Status: Positions Filled

    Description of Organization: The Fundación José Ortega y Gasset-Gregorio Marañón is a private, non-profit making institution devoted to cultural activities, debate and research for the dissemination of the Social Sciences and Humanities and Health Sciences. Inspired by the figure of its founder and the important role he played in the society of his time, the Fundación was created in 1978 by Soledad Ortega Spottorno. The Fundación has a number of centres and departments which carry out many different activities. These activities are, among others, graduate training, university teaching for foreign students, applied research, documentation about international relations, seminars and conferences, lectures, round tables, publications, courses for teachers of Spanish, exhibitions and technical assistance to public and private corporations and multilateral organizations.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: In this online placement students will have the opportunity to learn about the basic concepts and procedures, techniques and methods used to conduct research in different fields related to the Central Nervous System. The placement aims to emphasize the understanding of research theory and classical research methods, lab techniques and use of animal models, as well as non-invasive techniques and the use of latest technologies in human research and diagnosis of psychological disorders.

    The instructor will provide short introductory lectures, videos, images, and original research articles that will be analyzed and discussed during weekly online meetings.  This is an online placement; thus, students are expected to read the provided articles, watch videos and participate in learning and online activities. Students are required to follow homework and exercises assigned by the instructor in their own time, to complete different writing assignments and give a short presentation at the end of the program. The instructor will check students’ weekly progress.

    Internship Language: English
    Prerequisite: Have passed an introductory Biology or Neuroscience course

     

    Fundación Ortega - Marañón: Psychology and Research Program - Cross-Cultural Psychotherapy

    Industries: Psychology, Research

    Status: 3 Positions Available

    Description of Organization: The Fundación José Ortega y Gasset-Gregorio Marañón is a private, non-profit making institution devoted to cultural activities, debate and research for the dissemination of the Social Sciences and Humanities and Health Sciences. Inspired by the figure of its founder and the important role he played in the society of his time, the Fundación was created in 1978 by Soledad Ortega Spottorno. The Fundación has a number of centres and departments which carry out many different activities. These activities are, among others, graduate training, university teaching for foreign students, applied research, documentation about international relations, seminars and conferences, lectures, round tables, publications, courses for teachers of Spanish, exhibitions and technical assistance to public and private corporations and multilateral organizations.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Cross-cultural psychotherapy, Diversity and Digital tools for mental health and wellbeing. We live in the era of globalization, that is why we need more knowledge and training to deal with our cultural and personal differences. At the same time, we are living the fourth industrial revolution, based on technology and digitalization.

    This internship aims to focus on cross-cultural psychology and psychology of diversity learning about our differences and creating an open space for debate and group reflection. We will also share ideas about how technology can democratize wellbeing and mental health promotion.

    This internship will consist of:

    • Learning about cross-cultural variables and diversity in psychology and their importance in psychotherapy
    • Skills training
    • Learning about digital tools as a way of improving connection in psychotherapy and adherence
    • Learning about digital tools and the role of technology in wellbeing, health, and mental health
    • Brainstorming and design project about digitalization and cross-cultural psychotherapy.

    Internship Language: English
    Prerequisite: Basic knowledge in Psychology and Statistics

     

    Fundación Ortega - Marañón: Psychology and Research Program - Basic Therapeutic Skills

    Industry: Psychology

    Status: 3 Positions Available

    Description of Organization: The Fundación José Ortega y Gasset-Gregorio Marañón is a private, non-profit making institution devoted to cultural activities, debate and research for the dissemination of the Social Sciences and Humanities and Health Sciences. Inspired by the figure of its founder and the important role he played in the society of his time, the Fundación was created in 1978 by Soledad Ortega Spottorno. The Fundación has a number of centres and departments which carry out many different activities. These activities are, among others, graduate training, university teaching for foreign students, applied research, documentation about international relations, seminars and conferences, lectures, round tables, publications, courses for teachers of Spanish, exhibitions and technical assistance to public and private corporations and multilateral organizations.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Students will work on: basic therapeutic skills, Personal and motivational characteristics to be a psychotherapist, attitudes and characteristics that improve the therapeutic relationship, verbal and non-verbal communication, management of emotions and the importance of self-care, ethical principles in the practice of psychology, types of interviews, mental status examination, aspects to take into account during the evaluation and areas to explore, the behavioral functional assessment, different models in psychotherapy and third generation models.

    Internship Language: English
    Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of Psychology

     

    Parkinson’s Association Madrid

    Industries: Psychology, Nonprofit

    Status: 1 Position Available

    Description of Organization: Parkinson’s Association Madrid is a nonprofit organization that provides care to people with Parkinson´s disease and their families since 1994 and with experience in European projects since 2001. We are currently involved in two Horizon 2020 projects, regarding integrated care, and in one Innovative Medicines Project. We have previous experience in H2020 being partners in the project ICT4life (www.ict4life.eu). We are in direct touch with patients having a sample for any research (2100 members out of which 1800 are Parkinson´s patients) and direct contact with control groups (including relatives of the patients). Our activity is focused on the direct attention to those affected by the disease, as well as to their relatives with more than 35000 therapeutic sessions along the year (including physiotherapy, speech therapy, music therapy, occupational therapy, psychology, cognitive stimulation, eye therapy) and social attention at home and at our center.

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: This internship will consist of: 

    - Collecting and analyzing information on variables related to well-being, e-health, integrated care models, telecommuting, e-learning and cultural differences

    - Analysis of databases related to the previous variables

    - Exploration of practical implications.

    Internship Language: English and Spanish
    Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of Psychology

  4. Dates & Deadlines

    Submit the online application and complete the assigned application checklist according to the appropriate deadline:
    Program Term App Open Date Deadline*
    Fall 2020 Jul 15 Aug 15
    Virtual Internship Course Begins Sep 21
    Virtual Internship Placement Begins Sep 28
    Course and Placement Ends Dec 16
  5. Fees for Virtual Internships in Madrid

    The tuition rate for this 4-credit course is the same as other undergraduate UMTC courses and will be billed to your UofM student account.  If you are already taking 13 credits this fall, you can add the virtual international internship course at no additional cost. Visit Onestop for additional information about tuition costs.

    Cancellation Policy

    The regular Learning Abroad Center cancellation and refund policy does not apply to this course. If you decide to cancel your participation in the course after confirming your participation, the Learning Abroad Center will bill your University of Minnesota student account for non-recoverable costs incurred to secure an internship placement on your behalf. In addition to any tuition refund processed per Onestop policies, if you cancel before the course start date, you will be billed $400. If you cancel after the course start date, you will be billed $600.
  6. Center Name TC Learning Abroad Ctr
    Country Spain

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    Complete

    After completing the above application, which includes submitting a cover letter and resume, your application will be reviewed.

    Next Steps

    After the above application is complete, your application is reviewed by our program team. You will be notified of an acceptance decision by email. After the initial application submission, you may need to submit additional application materials with our onsite partners. This could include a letter of recommendation, transcript, and/or a cover letter and resume in the language of your host city/country. You may also be asked to conduct interviews with potential internship placements.

    If accepted, you will be assigned a confirmation checklist, which you will complete to confirm your participation in the program. If you decide not to continue with the application process, log into the online application system and submit a Cancel Request.

    Register for On Campus Course

    Once you are confirmed in the program, the Learning Abroad Center will register you in the 4-credit Virtual Internship course. No other action is needed from you to register for the course. You will not be able to withdraw from this course on your own, you will need to contact the Learning Abroad Center.
  7. Program Contact

    We encourage you to reach out early in the process if you have questions about available placements, so that our advisers can help guide you to the location that works best for your skills, experience, and internship goals.

    For further information or questions about this program, send an email to

    Amy Garwood-Diaz or call at 612.624.1537.