With internships around the world
Toronto - Washington, D.C. - Mexico City
From all around the world, young students have the opportunity to not only get to know the work of the Goethe-Institutes as an intern, but also to immerse themselves in another country and a new culture. We wanted to know: how do our interns experience their time abroad? What does a normal day at the Goethe-Institut look like? And how do the experiences differ at our locations around the globe?
This summer, Carolin in Mexico City, Hans in Washington D.C. and Isabel in Toronto are going to give us glimpses into their internships and answer a weekly question.
After a semester studying on Canada’s west coast, Isabel knew she wanted to come back to Canada and applied for an internship in Toronto. Besides, it thematically fits her studies. Both the people and nature make Canada a special place for Isabel.
Hans, 22, is from Leipzig. When he is not an intern at the Goethe-Institut Washington, he is studying English and cultural studies at the University of Leipzig. To start his day off right, Hans relies on good music, a healthy dose of humour and fresh air.
The choice of Washington D.C. was an easy one for Hans since the city has a lot to offer culturally and he’s hoping to collect many new experiences both personally and professionally.
Carolin is interested in exploring different cultures not only through her studies but she also loves traveling.Ever since her semester abroad in Chile and her travels through Argentina, Peru and Bolivia, she has become a big fan of Latin America, which is why she applied for an internship at the Goethe-Institut in Mexico.