Connect-123 Internship & Volunteer Programs
Connect-123 Internship & Volunteer Programs Programs
Whether you're looking for a hands-on, career related internship that will set you apart from the crowd or a chance to use your skills with meaningful volunteer project,
If you wish to add your credentials and CV with a valuable asset, take advantage of internship opportunities abroad! Connect-123 offers just these in Dublin, the historic...
Use your passion for sports to aid in the development of youth in Dublin. In turn, you will contribute greatly to efforts in fostering the personal development, life skills,...
Have you always been a passionate advocate of environmental initiatives? Connect-123 offers an ideal platform through volunteering programs within various related areas.
Connect-123 Internship & Volunteer Programs Reviews
EUROPEAN VOLUNTEER SYSTEM
Submitted by Meryem N. OZKAN - KARAMAN | October 15, 2017
Integration by street football (With children) : EVS mobility in Erasmus + program.
The subhect of the project : Integration, equality, friendship between disadvantaged youngsters and the ones that are not disadvantaged. Through this project we want to help youngsters to create new friendships, reach tolerance and equality between genders.
An incredible internship experience with Connect-123 in Shanghai
Submitted by George - Georgetown | September 30, 2017
I had an incredible internship experience with Connect-123 in Shanghai. As a finance major student, I was able to leverage the platform Connect-123 provided to work in an elite boutique investment bank. I enjoyed this investment banking internship experience, and the assignments and projects I worked on were both challenging and exciting. I was given a lot of responsibilities in assisting my supervisor in analyzing various industries, and I had the opportunities to attend meetings with top executives from some of the largest companies. I am grateful for this meaningful experience, and it provided me such an important foundation for my future career endeavor. Besides work, Connect-123’s mentors are super friendly and helpful. They provided us guidance on everything we needed and arranged us for lots of fun activities over the course of the internships. I strongly recommend students to leverage this unique internship platform to advance their careers and studies.
Submitted by Mahanna Elsheik - University of Debrecen | September 25, 2017
I interned for 7 weeks working in Research. 7 weeks felt like 7 days. I had a wonderful time and it was an extremely fruitful experience; I learned so much! Everyone working there was so kind, friendly, and funny and made me feel very welcomed. My last day was a lot more emotional than I ever thought it would be, it was hard saying my goodbyes- a sign of a great experience and even greater people. Dublin is a beautiful city with so much to do and see. Exploring the city and towns nearby was so much fun and I definitely plan on coming back and exploring Ireland even more.
Huge thanks to the Connect 123 team's time & efforts spent answering all my questions and for their patience during the application process. Fun events, hangouts and tours were organized for the C123 members and Nikki gave us suggestions on what to do/where to go during the bank holidays and weekends. She was extremely helpful and checked up on us frequently and was always there to answer any questions we had no matter how silly they were. It’s truly been a wonderful summer. I met awesome people and made great friendships. I'm very thankful for the experience and the memories that came with it! Thank you Connect-123!
Cape Town Child Life Internship
Submitted by Emily Seibel - East Carolina University | September 22, 2017
Spending a month in Cape Town has changed my life and reassured me that my career choice in Child Life is the right one for me. Connect-123 provided us with opportunities and information to build relationships in the community, in professional settings, and within the other Connect-123 interns. Cape Town is a beautiful country, from the spectacularly rigid surface of Table Mountain to the perfectly sweet children. Working at the children’s hospital taught me more than I ever thought possible about myself and intercultural communication. Many of the children I interacted with did not know a word of English but we were still able to interact and have fun, reinforcing a staple concept of Child Life: play is universal. I was provided with a number of opportunities to challenge myself as well as practice my strengths while working in the hospital. From coloring with the younger kids, to reading young adult novels to the middle schoolers, I was able to implement Child Life concepts into my work. It truly is remarkable what my internship director, my fellow program members, and Connect-123 packed into just 30 days. Strangers quickly turned into friends and adventure buddies, and staff became role models. This experience is one that will forever be written on my heart and I will forever be thankful for my jam-packed, yet short, month in Cape Town!
Mi querido Buenos Aires...
Submitted by Juana - Boston University | September 07, 2017
Having had the experience of studying abroad for four months in Spain, my unease for an adventure in Buenos Aires did not come from lacking language skills. Instead, I feared feeling lonely and out of place, both in the city and in the public hospital where I completed my internship. Truth be told, I did struggle at the beginning because the weather conditions were not short of depressing, which made it difficult to start exploring the city. Shortly after I started my internship, however, I met other program participants at social events and the hospital where I interned. During my time in this hospital, which focuses on care for mothers and children, I rotated among specialties such as obstetrics, pediatrics, and neonatology. The residents became my friends and the doctors took me under their wing, making sure that I understood the medical terminology and the procedures involved in patient treatment. My time in Buenos Aires was filled with close friendships, adventures in the city, and it concluded with a confirmation of my desire to pursue a career in medicine.