Global Job & Internship Guide

Welcome to the Global Guide, a site to begin the search for scholarships for research and study abroad, volunteer and internship opportunities, and employment in Pittsburgh, the U.S. or abroad.

We’ve noted where Global Studies Alumni are working and our office will provide alumni contact information when requested. Let us know if you were successful in your search by sending an email to global@pitt.edu Alumni, please provide feedback by completing alumni update

The Global Studies office has a copy of: Careers in International Affairs, 8th Edition (2008), Georgetown University Press, Washington DC Alternatives to the Peace Corps: A Guide to Global Volunteering, 12th Edition, (2008), Institute for Food and Development Policy, Food First Books, Oakland CA The books can be loaned out for 3 hours at a time. Students will have to leave their student ID as a deposit.

Organization Description Full Entry
American Field Service International view
American Friends Service Committee view
American Jewish World Service view
American Kurdish Information Network (AKIN) view
American Language Center Mohammedia view
American Near East Refugee Aid view
American Planning Association International Division view
Americans for Informed Democracy (AID) view
Americorps view
Ameson Year in China view
AMIDEAST view
Amigos de las Americas (International Office) view
Amizade Global Service-Learning view
Amnesty International view
Anti-Slavery International view
Appalachian Mountain Club view
Arab America view
Aravind Eye Care System view
Asian Studies Center view
Association for Progressive Communications view
Austrian American Educational Commission Teaching Assistantship view
B-PEP: The Black Political Empowerment Project view
Bank Information Center view
Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs view
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program view