INTERNSHIP PLACEMENT PROGRAM

Join our community and benefit from student resources and professional platforms that help you reach the next level of your career. ABPA is dedicated to serve the next generation of Arab-American leaders. 

The applications are currently considered on rolling basis for Fall 2019, Spring 2020, and Summer 2020 positions. See the details in Program Guide below and apply today!

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP?

ABPA can help you find internships with federal agencies, private companies, NGOs, and think-tanks! Internships available all over the United States, both volunteer and paid ones. ABPA does not only facilitate internship placements but also provides professional mentoring services, all for FREE! 

 

ABPA Internship Placement Program (IPP) is a selective program. To be eligible, you must:

BE ENROLLED IN A DEGREE-SEEKING INSTITUTION

BE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OF AGE

HAVE A CUMULATIVE GPA OF AT LEAST 3.0

POSSESS EITHER A U.S. CITIZENSHIP OR BE A GREEN-CARD HOLDER

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Our programs are designed to help you succeed on the career path that you choose.

WHY INTERNSHIPS?

Arab-American students are in greater need of professional guidance than ever. By helping them find impactful internships, we are accelerating their career development.

ALIGN CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

DEVELOP SPECIFIC SKILL-SETS

GAIN PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE

CREATE POWERFUL RELATIONSHIPS

HOW IT WORKS

1

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

Apply for the placement program online and an ABPA mentor will contact you.

2

MENTORSHIP

Constructive one-on-one interview with you to develop your profile, build a road map optimize your resume and more.

3

FILE YOUR APPLICATION

We submit your application to available opportunities that best match your profile.

4

FOLLOW UP

Your mentor will work with you through your interview process to ensure precise follow up for prompt turnaround and successful results.

APPLY TODAY!

ARAB-AMERICANS IN CIVIL SERVICE AND ABPA'S MISSION

Dr. Edmund Ghareeb, a senior scholar at the Jerusalem Fund and distinguished author on US-Arab relations, encourages an increase in Arab-American involvement in the government for not only the benefit of the community, but also the country itself with valuable skillsets and ideas.

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