2024 International Relocations 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 support of The International Center’s Relocation Services department, supporting the Relocation Director, Relocation Coordinators, Relocation Assistant, Relocation Specialists, and Manager of the expat spouse orientation program. The selected intern helps with assignments that include creating/revising materials, data entry, research, and arranging services/appointments/tours for newly arrived or departing international corporate transferees.


  • Enters key data and updates into relocation portal
  • Conducts research via internet, email and phone calls to service providers to provide important resources to transferees
  • Books hotels, car service, and rental cars for transferees
  • Creates itineraries for home finding and settling-in for transferees
  • Arranges and schedules Move-In and Move-Out inspections of rental properties
  • Arranges and schedules tours of schools/daycare for newly arrived transferees
  • Assists with updating Relocation Services documents and handbooks
  • Creates reports and presentations
  • Prepares Welcome Folders for transferees
  • Special projects as assigned by Director or Coordinators

Desired Learning Outcomes

  • Gain an understanding of US and international business and cultural diversities
  • Become familiar with the global mobility industry, the tools and software utilized in relocations, interacting with international clients, orienting clients to Indianapolis, meeting program objectives with our third-party clients
  • Gain skills in research, organization, problem solving, and effective communication with different entities and across cultural barriers

Desired Skills and Competencies

  • Detail-oriented
  • Communication skills
  • Organization and time management skills
  • 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 www.internationalcenter.org.

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 internships@internationalcenter.org

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

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