CMC sophomores and juniors who wish to pursue transformative international internships that enhances cross-cultural understanding of leadership in the public (for-profit), governmental, or not-for-profit (social) sectors may apply for KLI support. A KLI transformative international internship should provide experiential exposure in an international setting and is developed specifically for this program (as opposed to using an organization that helps locate internships and charges a program fee). In addition, the internship should provide the student with meaningful responsibilities and allow the student to explore cross-cultural leadership. Internships must meet the requirements of CMC’s International travel policy.
2017 International Internship Program Recipients:
Celeste Terni ’19 interned at Sales Force in Dublin, Ireland.
Maddy Ding ’20 interned at Paladin in London, England.
Adele English ’19 interned at Sage Corps in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Betzayra Perez ’19 interned at Tectonica in Buenos Aires, Argentina.