International Internship Program in Education
The International Internship Program and the Program in Teacher Preparation offer Princeton undergraduates the opportunity to participate in summer internships specifically designed for Princeton students with an interest in education.
Location: Singapore, Singapore
aidha is a not-for-profit organization that delivers financial and entrepreneurship education to women migrant workers who want to expand their economic opportunities and build brighter futures for themselves and their families. Inspired by UNIFEM’s National Committee, aidha provides confidence-building, money management, entrepreneurship training, and the micro-credit services necessary to launch small businesses. aidha is looking for IIP candidates who have interests in any of the following areas: business, law, research, marketing, women empowerment, education, and migration issues. Singapore is an English-speaking country, but an intern with Mandarin, Tamil, Bahasa, or Bangla language skills would be equipped to make a unique contribution. Three placements have been established for International Internship Program (IIP) interns, who will work on either core team projects, operations and teaching, or an independent project in any of the following five areas:
- Program Development
- Human Resources
Location: Tokyo and Kobe, Japan
Ashinaga is a nonprofit organization based in Tokyo, Japan, which for over 40 years has been providing financial and emotional support to children who have lost one or both parents due to illness, accident, disaster, or suicide. Each year Ashinaga provides scholarships to about 6,000 orphaned students in Japan, and total academic loans and scholarships disbursed exceed US$28 million annually. More than 90,000 orphaned students have been able to obtain higher education with help from Ashinaga. Ashinaga is looking for IIP interns who can teach English to college students at “Ashinaga Kokoro Juku” (residential facilities for orphaned students who commute to colleges in the Kanto and Kansai areas). IIP candidates with interest in education or the East Asian region are encouraged to apply. Japanese language skills would be an asset. Two placements have been created for International Internship Program (IIP) interns.
Location: Nansana, Wakiso, Uganda
Ashinaga is a nonprofit organization based in Tokyo, Japan, which for over 40 years has been providing financial and emotional support to children who have lost one or both parents due to illness, accident, disaster, or suicide. Ashinaga (U) is a day center in Uganda, which was officially opened by His Excellency President Yoweri K. Museveni of Uganda in 2003. It has been providing psychosocial and educational support to some 800 AIDS orphans in Nansana Town Council of Wakiso District since 2001. The center was also visited by their Imperial Highnesses Prince and Princess Akishino of Japan in June 2012 to commemorate 50 years of good relations between Japan and Uganda. In order to advance their efforts in Africa, Ashinaga operates the“Ashinaga Uganda Rainbow House.” The main responsibility of the IIP interns at this location is to prepare high school graduates for entrance examinations and interviews for university. IIP interns may also be responsible for other administrative tasks. IIP candidates with interests in education and social work are encouraged to apply. Two placements have been created for International Internship Program (IIP) interns.
Asociación Arte y Cultura (APAC) and the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Santa Cruz, Bolivia
Location: La Paz and Tarija, Bolivia
IIP interns will teach young students (instrumental music, choral music, theater, and English) mostly beginners, within the social project of the Association for the Arts and Culture (APAC). IIP interns will attend rehearsals and concerts with the Youth Symphony Orchestra and travel to different cities with the orchestra for concerts in the capital of La Paz or Tarija. Voice students especially will have the opportunity to travel to the famous Missions of Chiquitos where--based on the old Jesuit tradition--indigenous people perform in string ensembles and choirs. All interested IIP interns will stay for at least one week in the Missions and teach young, indigenous musicians. IIP interns can choose to stay the complete period in the Missions. Non-musicians may apply if they have good knowledge of web design, web sales, and computer network technologies to support the fast growing demands in the office of APAC. Good knowledge of Spanish is highly recommended. Three placements have been established for International Internship Program (IIP) interns.
Association of Women for Action and Research (AWARE)
Location: Singapore, Singapore
AWARE, or the Association of Women for Action and Research, is Singapore’s leading women’s rights advocacy group. Since its formation in 1985, it has carried out research into gender inequality and other issues relevant to women and advocated for changes in laws, policies, and mindsets that discriminate against women. AWARE also has a direct services arm and is building its training services. AWARE welcome interns who have an interest in gender issues, sociology, and southeast Asia and can help in research and advocacy work and/or training programs. One placement has been established for an International Internship Program (IIP) intern. IIP Intern responsibilities will include assisting in day-to-day operations, including training and communication programs; generating bi-weekly newsletters; primary and secondary research; and report writing. AWARE's current research projects/programs examine the laws, policies, and issues that women face in the areas of human rights (society and work place discrimination), economics (wage), and media (body image). Strong writing ability would be an advantage, as would web/new media skills. The language of this IIP internship is English. Academic background in gender studies, sociology, and/or Southeast Asia/Asia would be an asset. Two placements have been established for International Internship Program (IIP) interns. View a Powerpoint presentation (.pdf) by a past intern at AWARE
Children’s Radio Foundation
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
The Children's Radio Foundation (CRF) inspires, uplifts, and improves the lives of young people in Africa by giving them the skills and tools to make their voices heard. Using radio and other low-cost communication technologies, CRF builds local capacity to create and sustain community-based media initiatives and works with international and local partners to create spaces for young people to ask questions, reflect, listen, and learn. Through radio broadcasts, young people speak about their concerns and reach out to their peers and the wider community. The IIP intern will be a central part of CRF's small production and training team, providing hands-on assistance in their work with community partners in South Africa. This is a great opportunity for IIP candidates with backgrounds in youth development, journalism, radio production, social work, education, and psychology. Two placements were established for the International Internship Program (IIP).
Citizens’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights (NKHR)
Location: Seoul, South Korea
Citizens’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights was established in 1996 and is a non-profit, non-partisan NGO devoted to raising awareness on human rights violations in North Korea both domestically and abroad through publications, conferences, and campaigns. It also protects the lives and human rights of North Korean refugees in third countries and assists North Korean children and youth through various resettlement programs in South Korea. A working knowledge of Korean is recommended. Two placements have been created for International Internship Program (IIP) interns. IIP candidates applying for an IIP internship with the NKHR may choose from a variety of activities:
- International Cooperation, Campaign, and Research Teams: IIP Interns will be responsible for researching assigned human rights/refugee topics, drafting briefing reports, proofreading for publications, assisting in preparations for annual International Conference on North Korean Human Rights and Refugees, preparing and participating in urgent campaigns, and researching and preparing weekly e-mail newsletter.
- Domestic Education Team: IIP Interns who complete NKHR’s volunteer training program, held annually in the beginning of July, may teach English/art/sports to North Korean children and teenagers during Summer Camp and will participate in various cultural and sports activities with North Korean college students.
College Year in Athens
Location: Athens, Greece
College Year in Athens (CYA) is a study abroad program focused upon the history and civilization of Greece and the East Mediterranean region. Its mission is to offer each student an academically rigorous program of studies combined with the vibrant experience of day-to-day contact with the people, monuments, and landscape of Greece--a rapidly changing country with a uniquely varied past. The IIP intern will assist the Director of Academic Affairs and the Director of Administration with a variety of tasks related to communications, marketing, and educational research. In terms of communications, the intern would gather, write, develop, and maintain content for CYA's social media outlets (blog, Facebook, Twitter, etc.). The IIP intern would conduct research on the marketing of CYA's peer study abroad programs and "markets" (schools, programs, media outlets) to aid in effective advertising placement. The IIP intern may also conduct research on academic topics and assist with CYA's summer programs. Students must be in their sophomore or junior year and able to conduct independent research. IIP candidates with a background in the humanities and social sciences with specific interest in Greece and Southern Europe are encouraged to apply. Modern Greek would be an asset but is not required. One placement has been created for an International Internship Program (IIP) intern.
Location: Beijing, China
DK Education is China’s fastest growing provider of SAT prep and international education programs. It has programs in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, and Dongguan and is hoping to expand into more than a dozen locations within the next 12 months. DK Education is looking for highly-motivated interns to assist with business development, curriculum development, and the training of students, related to the development of a Chinese-student-friendly AP program. IIP interns may also help identify good teaching candidates, foster partnerships between DK Education and Chinese schools and educational consultants, monitor their diagnostics systems, engage in research on the efficacy of their programs, teach classes, and engage in marketing work. This IIP placement will be based in Beijing, but IIP interns will have the opportunity to travel if they so desire. Basic Mandarin would be an asset. IIP candidates with interests in education are encouraged to apply. Three placements have been created for International Internship Program (IIP) interns.
El Nino y la Bola
Location: San Jose, Costa Rica
El Nino y la Bola (Boy with a Ball) is a grassroots organization whose mission is to build and send out teams to reach young people and their families, drawing them into mentoring relationships and small group communities through which they can be equipped not only to thrive, but also to turn and reach others. IIP placements are available in English teaching and communications. IIP interns who focus on English teaching will be in charge of preparing the lessons provided by the English academy and making them understandable and interesting for the age groups receiving them; preparing materials and activities outside the class for the students to immerse themselves in the context of what they are learning (e.g., how to behave in a restaurant: go to an actual restaurant where they will be forced to speak English); preparing the tutors on the lessons twice a week; supervising the lessons given by the tutors; creating an evaluation system for the lessons; participating in the tutoring centers by helping English students do their school homework, making sure they understand their lessons, and helping them study for their tests; developing and recommending teaching techniques to be used for each student in the tutoring center and in the English classes. IIP interns focusing on communications will take pictures of the programs, edit and communicate the organization's work to donors, volunteers, personnel, and anyone interested in their work; manage all social media; design publicity, pamphlets, pictures, adds, etc. needed for current and coming campaigns; contact national media to promote volunteering and individual donations; and help the department in any situation as needed. IIP candidates with interests in teaching and/or communications are encouraged to apply. Basic Spanish would be an asset but is not required. Graphic design skills would also be an asset for the IIP placement in communications. Two placements have been created for International Internship Program (IIP) interns.
Locations: Santiago, Temuco, Antofagasta, Puerto Varas, and Concepcion, Chile
Endeavor transforms emerging countries by establishing high-impact entrepreneurship as the leading force for sustainable economic development. At Endeavor Chile, we search & select for high-impact entrepreneurs and then support them with services to improve their business models, expand their networks, and catalyze sustainable growth. IIP interns will have the opportunity to support the Search & Selection, Entrepreneur Services, Outreach, or Metrics Analysis team at one of the Endeavor offices. A detailed description of each position area is available in the IIP office. Endeavor Chile also spearheading an education initiative called “Aprendimiento”. The “Aprendimiento” program aspires to promote a culture of entrepreneurship within Chile by sponsoring programs that inspire and empower students to become responsible global citizens. The program supports IIP interns by fostering entrepreneurial values such as leadership, creativity, taking initiative, thinking “outside the box”, and trustworthiness. The IIP interns will learn to leverage their entrepreneurial spirit, identify opportunities for their future, and prepare for their future. IIP candidates interested in working on the education initiative would be staffed at the Puerto Varas office. This IIP placement is an ideal opportunity for IIP candidates with interests in entrepreneurship and Latin America. Skills and/ or experience in business would be an asset. Spanish proficiency is preferred, but not required. When applying interns should rank the offices at which they would be interested in working. IIP Interns should also specify if they are applying to work on the “Aprendimiento” education initiative. If an IIP intern is not applying to work on the education initiative,please indicate if you have a strong preference for supporting Endeavor in a certain focus area: Search & Selection, Entrepreneurship Services, Outreach, & Metrics Analysis. This placement is ideal for students with interest in entrepreneurship; Latin America and Latin American development, economic development, microfinance, finance, economics, engineering, business, management, public policy and/or information technology. Good knowledge of Spanish is required. Two placements have been established for International Internship Program (IIP) interns
Fulbright Commission/Education USA
Location: Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, Brazil
The Fulbright Program was established in 1946 to promote the mutual understanding between the people of the U.S. and other countries. It has given more than 255,000 grants for studies and research to Americans and foreigners from more than 150 countries. In Brazil, the program has awarded more than 5,500 grants over more than 50 years. Education USA centers actively promote U.S. higher education around the world by offering information about educational opportunities in the U.S. and guidance to qualified individuals on how best to access those opportunities. IIP interns will contribute to administering opportunity grants, a program for underprivileged students at the undergraduate and graduate level that finances the admissions process so that they stand a chance to apply to U.S. universities; work on internal projects; and help with outreach activities. IIP interns will also assist through corresponding with students and will participate in presenting at pre-departure sessions for outgoing students, and in outreach efforts through giving testimony about studying at a U.S. institution. IIP candidates interested in international education and especially learning about different cultures are encouraged to apply. Intermediate Portuguese and/or Spanish would be an asset. Two placements have been created for International Internship Program (IIP) interns. View a Powerpoint presentation (.pdf) by a past intern.
Give and Surf
Location: Bocas del Toro, Panama
Give & Surf is a non-profit organization based in Bocas del Toro, Panama whose mission is to empower the indigenous people of Bahia Honda through education and community development. They operate a Monso Chi Escuelita (a preschool of 20 3-5 year olds), adult ESL classes, summer camp, after school program, sustainable chicken egg project, baseball team, and many community development and construction projects. IIP interns with Give & Surf will work on any of the following projects:
- Music and Arts Program: In 2013 Give & Surf will be introducing a music and arts program to Bahia Honda for grades 3-6. They will need a trained musician to teach music and develop a music curriculum for Bahia Honda’s elementary aged students. This project will consist of instructing music classes and individual instrument lessons. IIP candidates with a background in music are encouraged to apply.
- Community Garden: As part of the Bahia Honda community development program Give & Surf wants to create a shared community garden and needs someone to oversee and supervise its development. IIP candidates with a background in agriculture, gardening, or sustainable farming are encouraged to apply.
- Comprehensive After-school Tutoring Program: The existing afer-school program is looking to add a tutoring program to its current curriculum. Give & Surf needs someone to implement a new academic based tutoring program with the help of other volunteers. The focus will be on math, science, and English. IIP candidates with a background in education and tutoring are encouraged to apply.
- Children’s English Classes: Give & Surf needs someone with teaching experience to initiate a new English program for the Bahia Honda Elementary School. Give & Surf currently offers adult English classes and hopes to expand to the younger generation. IIP candidates with a background in education are encouraged to apply.
- Recycling Program: With the help of other volunteers Give & Surf needs an intern to take over their recycling program and continue the recycling education. IIP candidates with a background in sustainable practices, environmental studies, and education are encouraged to apply.
- Surf Outreach Program: Give & Surf needs an experienced surfer to initiate a new surf outreach program for the children of Bahia Honda.
Global Literacy Project
Location: Randfontein, South Africa
The Global Literacy Project (GLP) is a non-profit organization that was conceptualized for the purpose of fostering community-based literacy initiatives throughout the world. The organization collects, sorts, ships and distributes books, journals, computers, and other educational materials to communities in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and other developing nations. They work with local community representatives to develop and sponsor structured literacy and educational programs that can be sustained and expanded independently. The organization strives to encourage the creation of global citizens who believe in the sharing of educational materials and global knowledge and who participate in service learning opportunities in the U.S. and abroad. IIP interns work with beneficiary communities to establish libraries; teach library use; teach reading and writing; set up competitions that promote literacy, such as spelling bees, math Olympics, etc.; establish after-school academic and sports programs for children and youth; assist teachers; teach basic computer skills; and develop plans for the improvement of existing literacy programs and future literacy initiatives. This placement is ideal for IIP candidates with interests in education and working with youth from underserved communities. Three placements have been created for International Internship Program (IIP) interns.
Guria Swayam Sevi Sansthan
Location: Varanasi, India
Guria Swayam Sevi Sansthan is a non-profit organization dedicated to fighting human trafficking and forced prostitution. Guria works in the source areas to prevent trafficking and also operates in destination areas to prevent child prostitution, second generation prostitution and trafficking and re-trafficking. To achieve these goals Guria pursues a holistic, grassroots approach working directly with women and children affected to provide education, healthcare, rescue, legal intervention, advocacy, sensitization, livelihood support, and witness protection, etc. At Guria, IIP interns can choose from a variety of projects: teaching children in the non-formal education center, writing grant applications, working on legal cases against traffickers, updating the website and blog, and helping run rural empowerment projects. IIP candidates interested in human rights, Hindi/Urdu languages, women's rights, Hindu/Muslim relations, development and poverty alleviation, law, global health, and education are encouraged to apply. Three placements have been created for International Internship Program (IIP) interns.
Indian Institute for Cerebral Palsy
Location: Kolkata, India
Internships at the Indian Institute of Cerebral Palsy (IICP) will provide a practical experience in disability related issues, particularly in persons who have cerebral palsy and other neuromotor conditions that lead to lifelong disability. IICP offers services across the life cycle from babies aged under a month to adults over 50 years of age. It works within the context of an institution and in the community--in urban slums and rural areas of the state of West Bengal. IICP has a multi-disciplinary professional team of therapists, teachers, and social workers who work in close partnership with persons with disability and their families. Through its different services and training programs, IICP seeks to facilitate awareness among persons with disability and their families of equal rights and opportunities and to assist them in gaining access to all aspects of life in the community. IICP’s assistive technology center demonstrates the close collaboration between developers of technology and users. Possible projects for IIP interns will be: Teaching children and adults with disability; Physiotherapy/occupational therapy--assessment and management of CP; collaboration with the National Resource Centre for Augmentative and Alternative communication; Collaboration with the Ankur Advocacy and Empowerment Group; Vocational Training; Adult day and short stay respite services; Family Services ;Social Work; Projects in Jugnu, a playschool for economically disadvantaged children aged 2-6 years. Interns can choose one or more services in which they will be placed. Three placements have been created for the International Internship Program.
Innovations for Poverty Action
Location: Asunción, Paraguay
Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) is a non-profit organization that creates and evaluates solutions to social and development problems and works to scale up successful ideas through implementation and dissemination to policymakers, practitioners, investors, and donors. In Paraguay, interns will work on a project called Big Math Paraguay: In the education systems of the region there is much less interest for the development of mathematical competencies and abilities in preschool education than for the competencies in reading and writing. Emerging research on early childhood quantitative understanding indicates positive outcomes resulting from teaching math in early years. As a result, interest in early childhood education is on the rise. In the hope of facilitating the transition from preschool math (for example, counting) to primary-level math (for example, arithmetic), and reducing the number of students that need later intervention, the governments of many countries like Paraguay have shown an interest in introducing early childhood math in preschool education. In Paraguay the Ministry of Education and Culture of Paraguay and the Inter-American Development Bank are collaborating on the implementation of a pilot that seeks to adapt, develop, evaluate, and disseminate a curriculum for the teaching of mathematics in preschool, with emphasis on the development of learning strategies differentiated for each phase of childhood development. Interactive Radio Instruction (IRI) will be used to deliver the curriculum to the students. Interns will:
- Participate in an on-going field experiment: Interns assist with overall project monitoring and implementation: coordinating between field survey teams, strategic partners, vendors, data entry teams, and other support staff; facilitating the data entry process; and contributing to data cleaning and analysis.
- Conduct exploratory qualitative work: Interns may conduct open-ended interviews with school staff and communities to document puzzling facts or behaviors and help develop new research ideas and designs.
Candidates should have course work or experience in research methods; coursework in econometrics, advanced knowledge of Stata or experience with data management; and Ffamiliarity with randomized control trials. Spanish fluency is required. Two placements have been created for International Internship Program (IIP) interns.
Instituto Nacional de Matemática Pura e Aplicada Brazil (IMPA), OBMEP PROJECT
Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Instituto Nacional de Matematica Pura e Aplicada (IMPA) is a teaching and research unit of the Ministry of Science and Technology. IIP interns will contribute to the Mathematical Olympiads for Public Schools (OBMEP) project, a project financed by the Brazilian Government, under responsibility of IMPA. The objective is to provide academic support for students who, due to social or economical conditions, cannot afford a good education. The Olympiad project has resulted in producing many talented students, from the public school system, usually from low income families. In this program the students receive a scholarship, for one year from the Government to improve their mathematical background and skills. The project involves a national examination, a special program for medalists of the three levels (Level III: High school, Level II: 8 and 9th grades, and Level I: 6th and 7th grades). Specific internship responsibilities include providing English training for selected medalists of OBMEP, presenting classes of workshops on elementary (but challenging) mathematical topics, and writing content about interesting elementary problems. This position is ideal for mathematics concentrators, especially those with interests in teaching and/or Latin American studies. An understanding of Spanish and Portuguese would be an asset, but is not required. Two placements have been established for International Internship Program (IIP) interns
The Chilean Ministry of Education has a Center of Studies, which focuses on using research to inform public policy. In Chile, the education system as a whole faces many challenges. Education has therefore been prioritized as a key mechanism to further economic development. This Ministry and its associated Center were established to create or synthesize relevant research to inform policymakers´ decisions. The IIP intern would be expected to choose a policy issue in education that is of interest to the Ministry, work on reviewing international and Chilean literature, obtain and analyze relevant data, write up a longer review of the results, and prepare a written brief and a short presentation to make to policymakers that includes concrete policy recommendations and their potential costs. The IIP intern will be expected to become acquainted with the Chilean educational system, making visits to see classrooms, schools, universities, etc., in action and will be responsible for working on projects that are of direct importance to public policy in education in Chile and a priority for the Ministry (such as early childhood education, segregation in the school system, school financing, etc.). The intern will also be expected to conduct literature reviews, when necessary analyze data, and write in Spanish. The IIP intern will be supervised but will be expected to complete his/her work in an independent fashion, solving problems along the way and displaying flexibility and leadership skills. This placement is ideal for IIP candidates interested in education and public policy. Quantitative and qualitative research skills would be an asset and an advanced level of Spanish (speaking/reading/writing) is required. Two placements have been created for International Internship Program (IIP) interns.
Location: El Progreso and Yoro, Honduras
OYE is a community based, youth-led organization that develops the leadership and capacity of at-risk Honduran youth. OYE’s integrated development approach combines formal education, youth capacity building, and community engagement to inspire and equip young people with the awareness and skills they need to take control of their lives. OYE’s model of sustainable, long term development focuses its efforts on the empowerment of socially conscious youth who will emerge as leaders and agents of positive change in the Honduran community. OYE seeks IIP interns of all backgrounds and interests, including journalism, mathematics, business/marketing, non-profit scaling, visual arts, creative writing, photography, radio, theater, sports, education, sociology, psychology, activism, health. Past OYE interns have helped strengthen OYE’s community engagement programs: producing OYE El Ritmo, OYE’s online radio show; publishing Revista Jóvenes, OYE’s quarterly youth magazine; organizing the annual COPA OYE sports tournament each summer; and coordinating La Calle, OYE’s public art initiative. Three placements have been created for International Internship Program (IIP) interns.
Location: Bangalore, India
From the Parinaam perspective, making a difference in one person’s life is worth more than unsustainable mass scale interventions. Interns must have the heart and soul to work with the poor and accept the conditions of the slums in which Parinaam’s programs take place. Experience is not necessary. Several projects are available for IIP interns: 1. Diksha Financial Literacy program: an interactive five module program to teach mostly illiterate women basic numerical skills; debt management; how to budget their income/expense; cash flow and saving options; 2. Jalmitra Program: a livelihood development and safe water education initiative that trains community women on how to teach their fellow members about safe water and help them to buy safe water devices through a soft loan provided by the MFI; 3. Healthcare and Medical Interventions: A program that hopes to deliver hospital care to poor families and an add-on facility that will provide financial help for critical care. The program is currently under development; 4. Education: Tuition centers for desperately poor children; a scholarship fund and an educational grant that helps poor women who take education loans to pay the interest on the loans; an academic adoption program that looks for sponsors to enroll very poor children in quality schools through to the 12th grade; 5. The Urban Ultra Poor Program: It has four broad holistic initiatives to change the lives of destitute families: 1) livelihood development; 2) childcare and education; 3) healthcare; 4) financial literacy & social services. The ultimate goal is to ensure sustainable income for the family and to move them away from usurious debt by introducing them to microfinance. All the programs require considerable field work and interns should expect to spend at least 60% of their time in the field. Three placements have been created for the International Internship Program.
Location: Mumbai or Delhi, India
Pratham is the largest non-governmental organization working to provide quality education to the underprivileged children of India. Pratham was established in 1994 to provide education to the children in the slums of Mumbai city. Since then, the organization has grown both in scope and geographical coverage. Today they reach out to millions of children living both in rural and urban areas through a range of interventions. The Pratham team comprises of educationists, development professionals, media personnel, corporates, workers, activists, PhDs, MBAs, CAs, civil servants, bankers, corporate professionals, consultants, who all bring their experiences and perspectives to the organization and are unified by the common vision of improving the future of our children. IIP interns will be assigned to specific projects that Pratham is implementing in education and social services. Five placements have been created for International Internship Program (IIP) interns.