Summer Internships in Bangladesh
Posted: February 03, 2010
The Center for International Business Education at the Ross Business School, in cooperation with the University’s Advisory Committee on Labor Standards and Human Rights, announces up to three internships in Bangladesh for the summer of 2010.
One or two internships will be with the local office of the AFL-CIO, and one internship will be with the Workers Rights Consortium (WRC).
Open to graduate students in public policy, law, business, public health, social work, and natural resources/environment. Students graduating in April 2010 are not eligible.
The university will cover the costs of airfare, housing, visa fees, and immunizations. We will also provide a living stipend that is intended to cover meals, ground transportation, and incidentals. These positions do not pay a salary.
Applications are due no later than Friday, 5 February. Submit a cover letter (one single-spaced page) and resume in .pdf format, with “Bangladesh internship” as the subject line. Do not include additional text in the e-mail. Interviews will be scheduled for the week 8 February, with offers immediately thereafter.