Here you can read more about the available internship(s) at The Consulate General - Chicago
The Consulate General has currently two interns working with Trade and Export for Danish companies at its Trade Commission.
The Trade Commission focuses on such sectors as energy & environment and industrial machinery. The interns participate in the daily work of the office, which include export promotion activities, developing analyses and reports about the US market, participation in meetings and responses to inquiries from Danish and US companies.
The Trade Commission in Chicago is part of the Consulate General, and interns assist with consular assignments regarding passports and clerical work.
Internships are for a period of 6 and 12 months. Please see our available positions below.
The Consulate General is currently seeking an intern to work with Danish wind power companies entering the U.S. market. The application dead line is March 15, 2017. Please see the internship details here.
Who may apply?
You must be a Danish or a foreign national enrolled in an education program at a Danish institution of higher education. Danish nationals may also be enrolled in an education program at a foreign institution of higher education. Foreign nationals may be offered an internship provided they have lived in Denmark for a large number of years and are, at the time of application, residents of Denmark and otherwise meet the preconditions. Interns must remain enrolled in an education program at the Danish or foreign institution of higher education during the traineeship. Interns who already hold a master degree from a foreign university, must be enrolled in a candidate program of a Danish university in order to apply.
Please read the guidelines for trainees at the Danish representations here.