HOW TO HOST INTERNATIONAL INTERN?
- Step 1 - Apply online: To join our network of Host Organizations and to host interns for your Organization, please email to us at email@example.com or apply online by filling out the application form below.
- Step 2 – Send Internship Job Description to us (describing accurate tasks, requirements, work benefits – e.g. stipend/ lunch)
- Step 3 - Intern selection: Select suitable candidates (through CV and interview via Skype).
- Step 4: Hire Interns. ABROADER to prepare all logistic procedure for interns
- Step 5: Welcome interns at your Organization
- Step 6: Support interns while they are working at your Organization
- Step 7: Assess interns’ performances during and at the end of the internship
- Step 8: Remain in contact with ABROADER to host more interns.
I think my experience is different from others. I think many people who joined the internship say something like ‘I find what I wanna do in the future’ or ‘I find discover myself.’ But for me, I cannot find my future job. I cannot say working at hotel is my future job. Before I go to Vietnam, I really wanted to work at hotel or be something it cherishes the hospitality such as a flight attendant. I thought I’m really open minded and it is best job for me. After finishing the internship, I thought the job at hotel is really nice job, to do best for the people all the time like I thought once but now I cannot say I wanna work at hotel in the future with 100% sure. It’s because I feel stressful when I receive the bad service as a customer. More and more I polish my service, I’m really dissatisfied with the service of others. So now I wanna put a distance from the service job. So now, I’m looking for what I wanna do in the future in Japan and challenges many things. But this is what I can say with 100% sure It was best decision to take the internship in Vietnam. It is because thanks to the challenge of internship in Vietnam, I became to love challenges much more than the time before going to Vietnam. Before going to Vietnam, I had a fear to challenge. But now, I challenge many things and I realize my life is really full one! And I wanna recommend this internship to other Japanese students of course. You may be able to find your future job and yourself or not, no matter how different you feel about internship after finishing it, I can say with 100% sure it will be worthwhile to your life in some way.
Hospitality Internship ,Tokyo Woman`s Christian University, Japan
Business Development Internship ,Zachary Vlessing's Father
Nursing Internship ,FH Campus Wien, Austria
Education Internship ,Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan
Trainer & Communication Internship ,Deakin University, Australia
I learn a lot about how to work in a fast pace environment, and how to organize competing priorities, as I am often given multiple tasks to work on. Working in a small office with young, motivated people is a great experience, because they know how to work really hard, while still having fun together. My internship is with an education service provider that connects Vietnamese students with opportunities to study abroad. It is a small office, and I work in both Marketing and Partner Relations. I write a lot of PR articles about studying in North America, school profiles and upcoming events. I am also working to expand their partnerships, particularly in my home country of Canada, and am connecting with universities and colleges there to discuss how we can work together. During education fairs I talk directly with students who are potential clients. I share my experiences and answer their questions about life abroad.
Marketing Internship ,Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Electrical Engineering Internship ,University of Exeter, England
Great internship in Vietnam! I recommend Westerners to go there at least one time to see things differently. ABROADER is very helpful (even if there is only women here haha) and found me a very decent internship. Time flies very fast, so you know what to do if you like the heat and cheep beers. À bientôt Vietnam!
Environment Internship ,Polytech Montpellier, France
Bin Zhou (Ryan)
International Technical Business Development Internship ,University of Queensland, Australia
Healthcare & Pharmacy Internship ,Republic Polytechnic, Singapore