Internships / Scholarships

Summer 2023

Practice your Italian every day while working for I Solisti Aquilani, an internationally acclaimed string orchestra

Requirements:

– For students interested in music and the organization of cultural events
– Must have completed at least to the Advanced 2 (ITAL112) level

Possible Tasks:
– Clerical work
– Assist in the organization of events
– Contribute to the design and English translation of I Solisti Aquilani website

More Information

– You will have your bedroom in a bright and large apartment that you will share with a Georgetown
student pursuing a different internship in L’Aquila. The apartment is the historic center of town, at a
twenty-minute walk from the headquarters of I Solisti Aquilani
 – Housing is paid by the Department of Italian and/or I Solisti Aquilani
 – L’Aquila is a university town of about 70,000 people. It is only 70 miles from Rome, yet it has been
spared by mass tourism and offers plenty of opportunities to refine your language skills;
 – The internship will take place from June 1 st  to June 30 th , 2023.

How to apply
Please complete the application form (new window) and send it along to a copy of your c.v. to lb227@georgetown.edu no later than January 1st, 2023

Practice your Italian every day while working for an association that promotes women’s rights at the Biblioteca delle Donne – Associazione Donatella Tellini – L’Aquila

Requirements:
 – For students interested in the humanities, library studies, and women and gender studies
 – Must have completed at least to the Advanced 2 (ITAL112) level

Possible Tasks:
 – Assist in cataloguing books at the Biblioteca delle Donne
 – Participate in the organization of events
 – Contribute to the design and English translation of the website
 – Assist library patrons

More Information
 – You will live in a large apartment right in the historic center of town, at a twenty-minute walk from the headquarters of the Associazione
 – Housing is paid by the Department of Italian
 – L’Aquila is a university town of about 70,000 people. It is only 70 miles from Rome, yet it has been spared by mass tourism and offers plenty of opportunities to refine your language skills;
 – The internship will take place from June 1st to June 30th, 2023.

How to apply
Please complete the application form (new window) and send it along to a copy of your c.v. to lb227@georgetown.edu no later than January 1st, 2023

Practice your Italian every day in a professional environment at Amina Rubinacci in Naples.

Requirements:
 – For students interested in the fashion industry
– Must have completed at least to the Advanced 2 (ITAL112) level
– Must have had taken some coursework in marketing, business, or economics, or have completed internships in the field of marketing

Possible Tasks:
 – Assist in marketing and promotional initiatives through email and social media
 – Assist in the design of catalogues
 – Track inventory
 – Assist in some translation work
– Work in the Amina Rubinacci Boutique to experience the person to product connection

More Information
 – Family owned luxury fashion brand (women’s clothing)
– One month unpaid internship at the headquarters of Amina Rubinacci, Via Carlo Poerio, Naples
– Live in a studio apartment in the university district (L’Orientale) about 25 minutes from work
 – Housing is paid by the Department of Italian
– Lunch at the company Monday through Friday
– Month of June (dates are somewhat flexible)

How to apply
Please complete the application form (new window) and send it along to a copy of your c.v. to lfh5@georgetown.edu no later than November 15th, 2022

Student Testimonials
Arthur Babcock, Double Major in Italian and International Business, 2020. Internship in Naples, Summer 2019
Leah Benz, Major in Italian, 2018. Internship in Naples, Summer 2018

Fall 2022 Sponsored Internships

Paid Internship in Marketing, Communication and Events

Requirements:

· Must have a work permit

· Familiar with Digital Marketing, blog, YouTube, WordPress, SEO, Indesign to produce marketing collateral

· Has some knowledge of Italian language and culture

· Strong written English and communication skills

· University degree or Master (or close to graduation)

· Creative, flexible, motivated and with a positive personality

· Part-time / Full-time

The ideal candidate is well versed in Italian culture, has good English, with excellent organizational and communication skills. She/he is available during the weekend, if necessary. It is not required to come to the office except on occasions. If interested, please contact Francesca Casazza, F.Casazza@italianculturalsociety.org.

Fall 2022 Non-Sponsored Internships

These internships and other opportunities are not sponsored directly by the Department of Italian Studies but are made available to our students through reputable local businesses and organizations.

Chef Amy Riolo. Amy Riolo, LLC is a rapidly expanding company that deals with publishing, writing, marketing, the food business in US and Italy, and major media (tv and print) on a daily basis. They plan large scale culinary and culture events as well as culinary tours to the Mediterranean region. Click the buttons below to download the corresponding internship descriptions.

INTERNSHIPS ORGANIZED BY GEORGETOWN

The Department of Italian organizes internships with Italian companies both in the US and Italy. Click on the links below to find out more about these opportunities for Summer 2020.

More internships coming soon…

SCHOLARSHIPS

Follow the links for information about scholarships for Italian language students.