“Traveling in another country, especially where you don't speak the language, you learn not just about a new culture, but you learn a great deal about yourself and the way you thought you knew everything about the way the world worked. Trust me, your mind will be blown, but it'll be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life's journey.” —Omar (Istanbul, 2012)
Here is an exciting opportunity to live and work within a foreign culture. You will gain valuable work experience, meet and get to know friends from all over the world, and add new work skills to your portfolio.
The Turkish Program, formally known as Eurasia, Now! was founded by CIBER, Ross School of Business in 2008.
Students often live in housing provided by the employers, which is usually free. However, in some instances, students will be required to locate and pay for their own housing.
You will probably not be paid for working at the company that provides you with your internships. Some different positions provide housing arrangements, but no stipend or payment.
The teaching positions in Turkey provide free housing in modern dormitories and a monthly stipend.
See descriptions for each position for details.
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