AIT – Foreign National Student Intern Program Spring 2021 is now hiring!

Source: Taipei Medical University

Published on 2020-12-16

Foreign National Student Intern Program (FNSIP) Spring 2021

OPEN TO: All Interested Taiwanese University Students

OFFICES:

A. Kaohsiung Office
1. Commercial Section
2. Consular Section
3. Public Diplomacy Section
4. Political/Economic Section

B. Taipei Office
1. Agricultural Trade Office
2. Chinese Language School
3. Commercial Section
4. Community Liaison Office
5. Consular Section
6. Economic Section
7. Executive Section
8. Facility Management Office
9. Financial Management Office
10. General Services Office
11. Political Section
12. Public Diplomacy Section

OPENING DATE: December 8, 2020

CLOSING DATE: January 6, 2021

INTERNSHIP PERIOD: March through July 2021

HOURS REQUIREMENT: Minimum hours worked per week: 20 hours
The exact workdays are not fixed and will be arranged between the individual intern and the section.
(Note: Students should discuss work schedule during the interviews. Certificate of Internship will only be issued to those students who complete at least 2/3 hours of the program).

ELIGIBILITY
Successful applicants must be:
1. Taiwan citizens;
2. 18 years of age or older;
3. Active students with at least two years of university studies (i.e. junior, senior or graduate students);
4. In good academic standing and have their school’s endorsement;
5. With an agreement from current schools.

HOW TO APPLY
Application should include:
1. Statement of Interest (PDF format or Word format)
2. Letter of Permission (issued by current Department Office or professor with a statement that the school has acknowledged and agreed on applicant’s participating in AIT’s internship program, no fixed format required)
3. Official transcripts (in English)
4. Gratuitous Service Agreement (PDF format)
E-mail your application to TaipeiAIT-FNSIP@state.gov by 11:59 p.m., January 6, 2021. You shall receive an auto-reply message from the system if your application is submitted successfully.

Internship Information

For international visits, student exchange and partnership establishment, please reach us at gps@tmu.edu.tw

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