Category: Enhancing Learning in Education Abroad: Study, Work, Intern, Volunteer, and Research Innovations

Expanding Global Internship Opportunities through Strengthening Local Start Up Connections

Wednesday, May 31
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM
Table 45

This poster highlights how global internships draw from local contacts and context to help students make the most of their experiential education experiences.

Kate Moore

Executive Director
Academic Internship Council
Academic Internship Council (AIC)
Boston, MA

Kate Moore is the executive director for the Academic Internship Council, a nonprofit organization that partners with universities and colleges to develop and implement customized, comprehensive internship programs in Boston, New York City, San Francisco, Toronto, Singapore, Mumbai, Hong Kong, Berlin, London, Cape Town, and Santiago. Previously, she worked as director of internships for American University's Washington Semester Program and manager of curriculum and government relations for the Close Up Foundation. Kate currently serves on the NAFSA WIVA Subcommittee and co-chairs the Global Internship Conference content committee. She received her bachelors in international studies from The American University, masters in nonprofit management from Eastern University, and doctorate in higher education management from The University of Pennsylvania.