Chemonics interns gain international experience in project management, new business development, technical skills development, and government contracting while building leadership skills and professional networks.
Working as an Intern at Chemonics
The internship program provides the following skills and experience necessary to compete for Chemonics’ entry-level associate positions:
Project management, communications, operations, leadership, new business, and/or other administrative and technical skills development in one of our regional business units or support divisions.
Exposure to USAID contracting and compliance.
Exposure to Chemonics systems and processes.
Understanding of Chemonics’ technical capacity through exposure to our 12 technical practices. Practices enable us to build and share technical knowledge and resources across regions
Professional development opportunities through on-the-job training and learning sessions.
Chemonics Internship Program Qualifications
The internship program is open to current graduate and undergraduate students interested in a 10-week paid summer internship. Qualifications include:
- Rising junior, senior, or graduate student (Note: Students must be enrolled and taking courses after the internship ends)
- In good academic standing
- Valid work authorization
- Demonstrated interest in international development
- Demonstrated leadership, integrity, and versatility
- Foreign language skills preferred
Applying to Intern Positions
Chemonics' Internship Program will run from June to mid-August 2016. We will begin accepting applications on a rolling basis in mid-February 2016. To apply to be an intern at Chemonics, please visit the Chemonics Career Center
at that time and apply directly to internship positions that fit your skill set and area(s) of interest.