In the competitive state of today’s job market, having global work experience under your belt is one of the very best things you can do for your prospective career. To prepare you for this, Career Planning & Development, Student Affairs Office continues to collaborate with a renowned internship organization CCIP, The Cross Cultural Internship Program in the US, providing HSMC students with invaluable internship opportunities in New York City.
CCIP is geared towards motivated students ambitious to seek unique experiences that help them advance to the forefront of tomorrow's competitive global economy. The program takes place in NYC, a name that every global professional wants to put on a resume for a professional edge.
CCIP is much more than just an internship program. It offers networking opportunities, leadership challenges, media exposure, and training in business and social etiquette. It gets applicants off to anstart on the elite career path.
CCIP is run directly by a US government-designated internship visa sponsor in collaboration with a list of trusted universities in Singapore, Hong Kong and Macau.
Career-minded undergraduates and postgraduates seeking overseas internship experience are encouraged to take part in an on-campus info talk and intro interview for CCIP's internship in NYC in the summer of 2019.
CCIP Info Session at HSMC
Date: 12 Oct 2018 (Fri)
Time: 11:00 - 12:00
Venue: Multi-Purpose Room, 1/F, Block B
*An introductory interview will be starting from 12:15 following the info session.
CLICK HERE to reserve your seat and interview slot!
Don't miss out the chance of taking internship in the US government, law, engineering, business, advertising, nonprofit, among many others.
Enquiry: 3963 5559, Ms. Amy Chu (Career Planning & Development) or contact the organizer via Whatsapp (+1 917 244-2600) from 8 am to 4 pm EST to find out more about the Early Decision Program for a modest discount.
FEEDBACK FROM PAST PARTICIPANTS
"The program provides chances to grow as an individual in a community, whether it is leadership, independence or maturing mindsets." Julian Chang, NTU Singapore
"First-hand experience in constituent service, cross-cultural working environment and friendship gained in CCIP have instilled a sense of serving the community in me." Thomas Hung, HKUST
"I had to cooperate with staff from all levels, and that gave me a taste of different cultures -- which better prepared me for the diversity of the global business platform." Michael Cheung, HKU
*This programme is organized and administered by an external organization which takes sole charge of the programme quality and delivery.