Accounting, Finance & Operations Intern

Organizational Overview

Where Indiana Intersects With The World… The International Center Intern Team helps U. S. students achieve an international business experience and international students achieve a U. S. business experience, right here in Indianapolis!

The International Center values Diversity, Passion, Excellence, Integrity, and Growth.

Position Summary

The selected intern works in direct support of The International Center’s Senior Vice President of Operations & Chief of Staff as well as the Office Manager & CRM Administrator and is involved in all activities relating to accounting, finance, and operations. The intern will also work as a project manager for specific projects assigned by the operations leadership. Main responsibilities will include but are not limited to recording invoices received, maintaining financial documents, attending finance meetings, and assisting with financial planning. The intern will get exposed to non-profit financial practices, inventory budgeting, and different special projects with variety of departments.


  • Maintains financial documents
  • Prepares and attends finance meetings
  • Assists with financial planning – e.g., budgeting and cashflow forecasting
  • Special projects to improve financial practices
  • Help desk

Desired Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding U. S. and International business and cultural diversities
  • Understanding accounts receivables protocol, budgeting techniques, organizational structure, tracking financial health, and accounting methods
  • Ability to gain organizational skills and logically order similar documents

Desired Skills & Competencies

  • Efficiency with Excel
  • Ability to make financial summaries
  • Basic knowledge of debits and credits
  •  Cultural awareness


  • Be on time, be present, be engaged
  • Communicate, participate, support your team and the Mission


  • Mentor devoted to your success, plus weekly professional development programming
  • Local and international networking opportunities
  • Collaborative, respectful, fun work culture
  • 15-20 hours per week, hybrid (office/remote) schedule
  • May pay $15/hour, plus $80 monthly parking stipend
  • OPT/CPT, class credit, school stipend/scholarship application support

Next Steps

For more information about The International Center, its mission, internship program, and Frequently Asked Questions, go to

Intern applications and cover letter, including your preferred internship program semester and top 3-4 roles of interest, may be submitted directly here or emailed to


The International Center values diversity, equity & inclusion in all endeavors.

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