From travel start-ups to education companies and beyond, the Premier Ireland Internship Network is a group of movers-and-shakers who are ready to work. We’ve got big goals and bigger dreams, and want to work with people who, like us, hustle to reach them. Say “Goodbye” to the days of getting coffee and organizing spreadsheets in exchange for a fancy line on your resume. If you’re looking to get some real international work experience, infuse your passion into your everyday tasks, and join forces with Ireland’s smartest teams to drive worldwide change, then congratulations. You’ve stopped by the right place.
Dublin might be the first city that pops to mind when you think of the Emerald Isle, but it’s certainly not the only city, let alone the best city. Ask a local and you’re sure to hear grumbles of Cork City being the better fit for the Irish capital. You won’t only find cool internships beyond Dublin’s limits. You’ll also find ancient churches, rolling hills, and yes, sheep. The air is salty, the conversation limitless, and the learning opportunities are potent. Pour yourself a cup of tea and stay awhile.
More than an enriching, challenging, and powerful professional experience, Premier Internships Ireland wants to make sure you find a bit of craic (that’s local slang for fun) once you clock out, too. By finding placements in smaller cities, you’ll not only walk away with an impressive professional skills set, but also with a wealth of memories rooted in the real Irish way of life.
Any and all travel has educational potential, whatever its inspiration and purpose. What and how much is learned, however, depends greatly on how open the traveler is to what the road offers.
- William Hoffa
Don your fave tie or power skirt, embrace the startup mentality, and do more than the coffee-run thing while interning in Ireland.
Strengthen your portfolio AND have your best summer yet – jackpot! Don’t worry, you won’t have to put shamrocks on everything.
While doing your summer internship in tourism, you’ll quickly learn that Ireland is more than potatoes, step-dancing, and redheads.
Use your precious summer months to intern in an NGO, where you can give back while gaining incredible professional skills.
You don’t have to have the rules of Gaelic football memorized to qualify for (or succeed in) one of these internships.