Marseille, France

Students at euromed ecole de management

Name of position: Euromed/Kedge, France

Location: Marseille, France

Company: Euromed Management - Kedge Business School

Dates of internship: Approximately May 15 - July 15

Housing: Free housing provided in university dorms.

Pay: This position is unpaid.

Responsibilities: Interns will work in university offices within a team of French student workers. You will work with in-coming students visiting Euromed, arranging and helping with all aspects of their visit.

Tours, France

road in france

Name of position: Tours Evénements, France

Location: Tours, France

Company: Tours Evénement

Dates of internship: Approximately May 15 - July 15

Housing: Housing is not provided, but is easy to find.

Pay: This position is unpaid.

Responsibilities: Interns work for this event-planning company in different aspects of back-office preparation, set-up, working events, and post-event organization.  Examples from summer 2012 include Nascar and Country Music events. During summer 2012, three UM students worked together in this internship. 

Mégève, Alps, France

Kids at Camp in Megave Alps

Name of position: CIFEL, France 

Location: Mégève, Alps, France

Company: Centre International de Formation des Etudes Linguistiques - http://www.cifel.fr/

Dates of internship: Approximately May 15 - July 15

Housing: Housing is provided.

Pay: Paid.

Dates: Approximately July 1 - August 15

Responsibilities: Interns work as “animateurs” or “animatrices” with a group of 5-60 international children at this school/camp in the Alps.  Desirable qualities: love of children, patience, energy, a skill pertaining to the performing or artistic arts, love of sports and the outdoors.

Paris, France

HEC paris internship site

Name of position: HEC, France

Location: 40 minutes outside Paris, near Versailles

Company: Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Paris

Dates of internship: Approximately May 15 - July 15

Housing: University dorm housing is included.

Pay: This position is unpaid.

Responsibilities: Interns work in the admission and recruiting offices of this prestigious university.  

Caux, France

student at winery

Name of position: La Croix Belle, France 

Location: Caux, France

Company: La Croix Belle (winery)

Dates of internship: Approximately May 15 - July 15

Housing: Housing is provided.

Pay: This internship position is unpaid.

Responsibilities: Interns work in the marketing department of this family-run winery. You may also be trained to run tasting sessions for visitors to the winery and possibly attend the Bordeaux Wine Expo as part of the representative group from the winery.

Ottawa, Canada

student in ottowa at canadian parliament internship

Name of position: Canadian House of Parliament, Canada

Location: Ottowa, Canada

Company: http://www.casl.umd.umich.edu/ottawainternship

Dates of internship: Approximately May 15 - July 15

Responsibilities: Interns work at the House of Parliament, working in a Member of Parliament's office and learning about the inner workings of the Canadian government for a period of five weeks.  These internships are arranged through the Political Science Dept at UM Dearborn.  Students completing these program may elect to get French credit for  the internship and join the French Internship Program.

Because this program is run directly through University of Michigan-Dearborn, DO NOT APPLY THROUGH MCOMPASS FOR THIS PROGRAM. For more information and to apply click here.

Geneva, Switzerland

student internship in geneva

Name of position: Soroptomists International, Switzerland

Location: Geneva, Switzerland

Company: Soroptomists International 

Dates of internship: Approximately May 15 - July 15

Housing: Not included. Somewhat expensive and difficult to find in Geneva.

Pay: This position is unpaid.

Responsibilities: Interns work in the offices of this non-profit company in the heart of Geneva. You will help with promotional materials, translations, media visibility, and general office tasks. 

Montpellier, France

Ecole de Medcine

Name of position: Ecole de Médecine, France

Location: Montpellier, France

Company: Ecole de Médecine

Dates of internship: Approximately May 15 - July 15

Housing: Housing is not provided. 

Pay: This position is unpaid.

Responsibilities: Interns work in a research laboratory helping perform experiments and record results.

Béziers, France

Béziers Plane

Name of position: Aéroport de Béziers, France

Location: Béziers, France

Company: Aéroport de Béziers

Dates of internship: Approximately May 15 - July 15

Responsibilities: This is possible new placement for the right student interested in contributing to the running of a small local airport.

Service des Relations Internationales, Université Lyon 2

Name of Position: Administrative assistant

Location: Lyon, France

Dates of Internship: May-June 2016

Housing: Not provided, but help is offered in your search for student housing

Pay: This internship is unpaid

Responsibilities: Interns work in the admission and international offices of the university providing language assistance, help for overseas students, and general office work

Village Camping Mayotte Vacances, France

Mayotte, Bordeaux

Company: Village Camping Mayotte Vacances

Location: West of Bordeaux near the Atlantic ocean

Time: the team members are requested to be available during the two months of July and August, but foreign participants can arrive one to two weeks earlier, i.e. from June 15 on, allowing them to familiarize themselves with the working conditions, and they will receive their stipends from the first day they work. Working hours: from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, from3 pm to 6 pm, and again from 8:30 pm until the show is over, several days a week. Usually, one day and a half per week are free.

Language: you will be speaking French all day long, except for singing the  one or other tune (folk songs or whatever) for your children or guests.

Monthly stipend: 400 Eurodollars for general expenses plus 200 Euros for food, together 600 per month or 20 per day. Accomodation is free and usually you will share a sparsely furnished room with another team member. Unlike the French coordinators, you will not have a working contract, but have your activities ruled by an internship agreement (Convention de Stage) which allows you to come to France as a tourist and avoid lengthy administrative procedures.

Prerequisites: quite good knowledge of French, you must love to work with children, a major in early childhood education with some experience in this field would be a plus. 

Tasks: work with children of all ages, together with a French colleague, and participate in various group activities as member of a team that produces sketches, dances and other on-stage amusement for the guests and their children. 

Sponsored by ICE Menlo

Domaine de Fayence, France

Domaine de Fayance

Company: Domaine de Fayence 

Location: Provence, 20 miles North of Fréjus/Saint Raphael

Time: the team members are requested to be available during the two months of July and August, but foreign participants can arrive one to two weeks earlier, i.e. from June 15 on, allowing them to familiarize themselves with the working conditions, and they will receive their stipends from the first day they work. Working hours: from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, from3 pm to 6 pm, and again from 8:30 pm until the show is over, several days a week. Usually, one day and a half per week are free.

Language: you will be speaking French all day long, except for singing the  one or other tune (folk songs or whatever) for your children or guests.

Monthly stipend: 400 Eurodollars for general expenses plus 200 Euros for food, together 600 per month or 20 per day. Accomodation is free and usually you will share a sparsely furnished room with another team member. Unlike the French coordinators, you will not have a working contract, but have your activities ruled by an internship agreement (Convention de Stage) which allows you to come to France as a tourist and avoid lengthy administrative procedures.

Prerequisites: quite good knowledge of French, you must love to work with children, a major in early childhood education with some experience in this field would be a plus. 

Tasks: work with children of all ages, together with a French colleague, and participate in various group activities as member of a team that produces sketches, dances and other on-stage amusement for the guests and their children. 

Sponsored by ICE Menlo

Residence Lagrance, France

Residence Lagrange

Company: Residence Lagrance 

Location: Le Grau-du-Roi, right on the Mediterranean sea, South of Montpellier

Time: the team members are requested to be available during the two months of July and August, but foreign participants can arrive one to two weeks earlier, i.e. from June 15 on, allowing them to familiarize themselves with the working conditions, and they will receive their stipends from the first day they work. Working hours: from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, from3 pm to 6 pm, and again from 8:30 pm until the show is over, several days a week. Usually, one day and a half per week are free.

Language: you will be speaking French all day long, except for singing the  one or other tune (folk songs or whatever) for your children or guests.

Monthly stipend: 400 Eurodollars for general expenses plus 200 Euros for food, together 600 per month or 20 per day. Accomodation is free and usually you will share a sparsely furnished room with another team member. Unlike the French coordinators, you will not have a working contract, but have your activities ruled by an internship agreement (Convention de Stage) which allows you to come to France as a tourist and avoid lengthy administrative procedures.

Prerequisites: quite good knowledge of French, you must love to work with children, a major in early childhood education with some experience in this field would be a plus. 

Tasks: work with children of all ages, together with a French colleague, and participate in various group activities as member of a team that produces sketches, dances and other on-stage amusement for the guests and their children. 

Sponsored by ICE Menlo

Camping la Plage D'Argens

CAMPING LA PLAGE D'ARGENS

Company: Camping la Plage D'Argens

Location: Saint-Aygulf near Frejus, 600 yards from the Mediterranean waters

Time: the team members are requested to be available during the two months of July and August, but foreign participants can arrive one to two weeks earlier, i.e. from June 15 on, allowing them to familiarize themselves with the working conditions, and they will receive their stipends from the first day they work. Working hours: from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, from3 pm to 6 pm, and again from 8:30 pm until the show is over, several days a week. Usually, one day and a half per week are free.

Language: you will be speaking French all day long, except for singing the  one or other tune (folk songs or whatever) for your children or guests.

Monthly stipend: 400 Eurodollars for general expenses plus 200 Euros for food, together 600 per month or 20 per day. Accomodation is free and usually you will share a sparsely furnished room with another team member. Unlike the French coordinators, you will not have a working contract, but have your activities ruled by an internship agreement (Convention de Stage) which allows you to come to France as a tourist and avoid lengthy administrative procedures.

Prerequisites: quite good knowledge of French, you must love to work with children, a major in early childhood education with some experience in this field would be a plus. 

Tasks: work with children of all ages, together with a French colleague, and participate in various group activities as member of a team that produces sketches, dances and other on-stage amusement for the guests and their children. 

Sponsored by ICE Menlo


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