For over 175 years, Mount Holyoke College (MHC) has been educating women for thoughtful, effective, and purposeful engagement in the world. Experience has taught us that international internships serve as one of the most powerful learning laboratories for the education of global citizens. To this end, the MHC International Internship Program (MHC-IIP) places highly qualified students as summer interns in select partner organizations around the world.
Find an Internship
MHC-IIP opportunities span diverse fields and approximately 20 countries around the globe. Explore annual internship descriptions organized below by region.
Please remember that these opportunities are only open to MHC Sophomores and Juniors.
These competitive positions are awarded on the basis of the applicant's academic background, professional goals, and the readiness to be successful in the placement. The priority application deadline was March 1, 2015, but several applications remain open. Please see late-breaking and extended opportunities and guidelines for rolling applications.
Previous IIP Interns
Past interns can provide key insights into internship possibilities and details. Find their names organized below by year.
- 2014 MHC-IIP Interns
- 2013 MHC-IIP Interns
- 2012 MHC-IIP Interns
- 2011 MHC-IIP Interns
- 2010 MHC-IIP Interns
- 2009 MHC-IIP Interns
- 2008 MHC-IIP Interns
MHC International Internship Program
Research Institute for Asian Women
"My internship exceeded all of my expectations. It advanced my understanding of gender studies and has exposed me to the world of the publishing industry – editing, revising, drafting, working with faculty and independent scholars. I've learned how to work in a professional setting and to value learning that takes place outside the classroom."
For accounts of other former interns visit the McCulloch Center blog. To receive updates on the MHC-IIP, please follow us on Facebook. For questions, contact Kirk Lange, Director of International Experiential Learning.
Please Note: Students can not apply to these internships by directly communicating with the host organization.