Employment & Internships
International Relocation Specialist
This part-time hourly position will help relocation employees and their families address critical issues and concerns during the house search and settling-in steps as they relocate to Indiana from across the world. These individuals are referred by corporate and mid-size businesses and organizations.
Interested and qualified individuals should submit to Garth Eberhart a cover letter, resume and responses to the following questions for their application to be considered:
Please include answers to the following questions in your application:
- Please share and describe your international experience.
- What has been your relocation experience, if any?
- What languages do you speak?
- Two preferences we’re seeking include candidates who quickly adapt to technology, use website portals and have a real estate license; please describe how you might meet those needs.
The position will remain open until it is filled and embodies a fair and competitive salary commensurate with experience.
View the full position description, qualifications, and details here.
Where Indiana Intersects With The World
Our International Center Intern Mentors will help U.S. students achieve an international business experience and international students achieve a U.S. business experience, right here in Indianapolis!
For 50 years, The International Center has served Indiana as a catalyst for international growth and as a guide to the world’s cultural landscape. Our Board of Directors and our diverse and experienced staff are dedicated to growing our state as a key player in the global marketplace and serving as a window to the world.
The International Center offers internships every spring, summer, and fall. Working with The International Center gives undergraduate and graduate students a variety of opportunities to connect with local and international leaders, improve professional skills, and work in a fast-paced international environment.
The International Center values diversity and inclusion in all endeavors.
Applications are open and are accepted on a rolling basis. The first applications received are the first reviewed, so apply early!
Internships are available on or around these dates:
- Spring (January-May)
- Recommended to submit an application before November 1
- Summer (May-August)
- Recommended to submit an application before April 1
- Fall (August-December)
- Recommended to submit an application before July 1
The International Center’s current office hours are 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, with additional remote availability during traditional work hours. The typical intern work schedule averages 15-20 hours per week for fall and spring terms and 20-30 hours per week during the summer, typically 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Hourly pay may be offered, up to US$15 per hour + US$80 monthly parking stipend, if a student’s status permits.
The International Center has been recognized three times by Work + Learn Indiana as the Not-for-Profit Intern Employer of the Year.
As a prestigious internship program, we strive to foster untapped potential and growth in everyone who comes to work with our diverse staff. Students of all majors who are interested in various aspects of international relations and nonprofit management are welcome to apply!
2024 Internship Positions Available
- Accounting, Finance & Operations
- Community Outreach & Engagement
- Community Development & Philanthropy
- Information Systems & CRM Management
- International Business Development, Research, Analysis & Consulting
- International Relocations
- International Diplomacy
- International Programming
- Marketing & Communications
- Non-Profit Management
- Operations & Organizational Project Management
To apply, please fill out the information here. Please be sure to include your preferred internship program date range and top 3-4 roles of interest in your cover letter. If you have any questions, please reach out to email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!