The European & Eurasian Studies Program strives to create linkages between the European Union and the Florida region. In doing so, a focus of our program is providing various opportunities to visit, to study, and to teach about the European Union as well as working and carrying out internships. Please find links to more information regarding our efforts below.
1/ MF-JMCE and European & Eurasian Studies Undergraduate Internship Program (FIU)
Established in 2009, the European & Eurasian Studies Undergraduate Internship Program strives to become one of the most prestigious, competitive internships on the FIU campus. Because of the Center’s expansive reach in the community, the Internship Program affords its participants the unique opportunity to interact with some of the MIami area’s most dynamic professional personalities from a variety of constituencies. Past interns have found the program incredibly rewarding, as the skills developed and connections forged establish the framework for a successful professional career.
Miami-Florida Jean Monnet Center of Excellence and European & Eurasian Studies Program is looking for a motivated, thorough, versatile, and professional FIU undergraduate student(s) to support all aspects of MF-JMCE operations. An internship with MF-JMCE and European & Eurasian Studies will provide a versatile professional experience with opportunities to significantly increase knowledge about the EU and its global influence; improve research and writing skills; meet diplomats, Miami business professionals and policy-makers; gain first-hand experience in program/event planning; work with two very large institutions and regulatory frameworks (FIU and the EU); and manage the variety of duties that are important to any successful organization or business.
APPLICATION DEADLINES: May 1, August 1 and December 1 by 5pm
2/ EU Delegation to the United States (Washington D.C.)
Through its intensive internship program, the Delegation of the European Union in Washington offers a unique opportunity for dynamic individuals to engage in the work of one of the EU’s largest and most active diplomatic missions.
By interning with the EU Delegation, students and recent graduates develop a comprehensive understanding of the transatlantic relationship. At the same time, our interns hone important skills by serving as full-time members of the Delegation team and acquiring practical experience in a specialized area of the Delegation’s work.
Annual Application Deadlines
- Fall Semester Internships (September – December): May 15
- Spring Semester Internships (January – May): September 15
- Summer Session Internships (June – August): February 15
For more information on the different internships offered and its expectations, click here
3/ The European Parliament (Washington D.C.)
The European Parliament invites graduate students (US citizens only) to apply for an internship in its Washington, DC office, with the possibility of a four to eight week extension in Brussels and Strasbourg, if this is relevant to the intern's course of study, an opportunity which would also be open to alumni.
For more information, click here
4/ Consulate General of France in Miami (Miami)
The Consulate General of France in Miami offers 4 internships during the year.To know more about each proposal, click on the following links:
- Press and Communication Service
- Event and Sponsorship
- Service des Affaires Sociales
- Decoration des Veterans Americains
Internships available for Fall, Spring and Summer