Your college experience does not have to be confined to campus. Through the Asian Studies Department and the Shriver Center at UMBC and its internship program, you have the opportunity to step outside the boundaries of the classroom and experience the real world.
Asian Studies Internship Opportunities
Council on Foreign Relations: (link)
The Walters Art Museum (Hackerman House): (link)
Students should express an interest in curatorial or education work, and within the application express a specific desire for work on or with Asian materials.
Freer and Sackler Galleries – The Smithsonian: (link)
Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Program: (link)
Asian American Justice Center: (link)
National Association of Japan-America Studies: (link)
Korea Economic Institute: (link)
Amnesty International: (link)
The International Secretariat recruits interns for 3-6 months for administrative and project-related work in its offices in Beirut, Dakar, Geneva, Hong Kong, Kampala, London, Moscow, New York and Paris.
Asia Policy Point: (link)
U.S. Department of State: (link)
MD Department of Business and Economic Development: (link)
Maryland Office of Refugees and Asylees: (link)
Job Opportunities in and Related to AsiaJapan English Teaching (JET) Program: (link) English Program in Korea (EPIK): (link) Escape Artist Jobs in Asia: (link) JobAsia (registration necessary): (link)
ASIAN STUDIES PROGRAM
Administration Building 720-721
1000 Hilltop Circle
Baltimore, MD 21250