The USM Honors Program, in partnership with USM Broadreach Public Relations, is offering a credit-bearing international internship experience in Reykjavik, Iceland. Please see details below:
USM/Broadreach Public Relations
Iceland “Beer Box” International Internship Experience
10-12 hours in office, preferably starting ASAP,
and continuing in Iceland, June 21-25
Summary of role/duties:
- Coordinate booking and menu selection for brunch, welcome reception and VIP reception.
- Compile a guide for sponsors that includes travel details, activity suggestions and a who’s who of brewers on the trip.
- Act as on-site support in Iceland for sponsor satisfaction.
- Document trip with photos and video.
Salary or stipend: International travel, lodging, and food expenses provided by Broadreach PR. Must have own spending money.
Must have passport
Must have own spending money
Can start immediately
How to apply:
Complete this form and email a completed resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Note: Students must sign into Google with their @maine.edu email accounts to access this form.
**Please share this opportunity with any student who may be interested (emphasis on 21+). Preference may be given to qualified students who have declared the Honors Minor.
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