All information below represents the Summer 2017 International Internship Programming. Updates for Summer 2018 Programming will be available Fall 2017
ATTEND the ISA Information Session to get answers for Australia, New Zealand, Shanghai, or Chile Internships
Monday, Sept 19, 3:30-4:30 PM
Center for Global Education Conference Room, 576 N Glassell, Orange
Santiago Chile Summer Internship
Chile is South America's safest and most thriving country that hosts a large, educated middle class population. It is known for its natural scenery, whether it is the mountains of Patagonia or the beach resort areas along the South Pacific Ocean. Since Chile is 2880 miles long, it hosts a wide range of climates including northern deserts, Mediterranean-like climate in the middle, and an oceanic climate of alpine tundra and glaciers in the south. Santiago is a modern city with a good public transportation system. Because Santiago is not as large as some of the other cities in Latin America, it makes it very manageable and easy to explore all that it offers. It is also the main business and commerce center of Chile, so it offers a wealth of career-building internship opportunities.
A wide range of internship placements in English and Spanish are available. English speaking placements will be focused in business, marketing, finance, hospitality, tourism, teaching, journalism, international trade, and conservation. Additional areas will be available to students who have intermediate Spanish language knowledge.
: Junior or Senior standing in any major with a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above
: 8-week internship, 4 days a week
May 24, 2017 - July 22, 2017
$5800.00-$6380.00 *Tuition fees are not included
Academic credit, internship placement, airport reception, ongoing management and student support, housing (rent only) typically in a shared apartment, dorm, youth hostel, or home stay, health insurance, 24/7 onsite support, Pre-departure services including assistance with immigration visas, airline tickets, orientation, flight advice and booking options, Cell phone or sim card (minutes purchased at an additional cost), option to add Spanish lessons in Spain and Chile (for additional fee). A prepaid public transport card is an additional fee for participants in Australia, New Zealand, and Chile.
To apply to this program:
1. Open up an International Internship application through the Global Gateway portal.
2. Print out and complete the Enrollment and Financial Obligation Form
3. Pay your $400 non-refundable, Application Deposit to the Cashier in Student Services or through the student ePay system for Summer 2017. Instructions below.
4. Submit your Original, Completed Enrollment form, Deposit Receipt and Trip Cancellation form to Center for Global Education, 576 N. Glassell BEFORE 4 PM Tues., Nov 15, 2016.
5. James J Coyle, PhD will sign your Enrollment Form once it is turned in and reviewed by CGE staff.
6. Complete all Chapman Questionnaires and Materials required in the Global Gateway before Tuesday, Dec 6, 2016
International Internships are approved for the Global Study
portion of the 2007 GE Program.
TC InsureMyTrip Student Signature Sheet.pdf
Travel Course eDeposit and Payment.pdf
ISA Timeline, SU 2017.pptx
If you have additional questions, please contact the Center for Global Education, phone: 714.997.6830 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org