Internships are an integral part of studying Asian Culture, both abroad and domestically. Experience interning educates and prepares students for careers in the international and domestic marketplace. By interning in the District of Columbia or abroad, students are provided with an opportunity to enhance their academic studies, while gaining professional experience and insight into developing their careers.
The American University Career Center offers world-class opportunities for looking, interviewing and securing both potential internship opportunities and prospective job-opportunities. Additionally, the Career Center offers one of the most expansive career tools known as the Career Web, one that allows students to look through hundreds of potential employers that have approached American University looking for students for internships and employment.
Additionally, the following websites list internship opportunities that involve Asian Studies:
- International Career Employment Center
- International Study and Travel Center
- Intern in Japan
- Interning in Japan Guide
- Internship Search Engine, The
- NAJAS - National Association of Japan-American Studies