Travellers Worldwide: Internship and Work Experience Placements in China

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  • Location(s): Beijing, China
  • Program Type(s): Internship, Volunteer

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Ni Hao' and Welcome to China!

Eastern Mysticism, The Inscrutable Orient... China is a treasure trove of diverse cultures, breathtaking scenery and historical & cultural wonders! It's also rapidly becoming a world major power. There's no better time to experience this tantalisingly different land...

Internship and Work Experience Placements in China:

  • Turtle Conservation on Hainan Island in China: Rescue, Rehabilitate, Research, Raise, and Release – that's how this project is trying to break the cycle of sea turtle poaching and consumption around Hainan Island. Get hands-on experience helping in working in rescuing illegally captured sea turtles, rehabilitating injured turtles, raising hatchlings poached from distant islands, and releasing turtles back into their natural habitat.

  • Panda Conservation in China: Work in the largest Panda base in China, where the focus is on protecting and building a safe environment in which to begin the reintroduction of Giant Pandas into the wild. There are only 1,600 pandas left. They are listed as the most endangered species in the world, making this experience a true once in a lifetime opportunity.

  • 1-Week Cultural Immersion Programme in China: Learn about the rich cultural life of China in a fun-filled week of  meeting the local people, tasting the local cuisine, learning about Chinese customs and exploring.  Visit the Confucius Temple make dumplings, practice calligraphy, taste oil tea, learn some rituals, visit village family homes ... and learn to understand the Chinese customs and beliefs.

  • Teach Children in Yantai: This Special Programme is partly funded by the Chinese Government, making it very affordable for you! Only £795 for 8 weeks (minimum), up to 12 weeks. Includes food and accommodation, plus you'll receive RMB 500 per month towards your spending!

  • Teach Children in a Kindergarten in Yangzhou in China: Use games to teach English to enthusiastic (and very cute!) Chinese children. You'll be teaching and caring for younger children from ages 3 up to 6. No qualifications required, all you need is a big smile and your creativity You'll use games and activities to teach the children English in an informal, interactive setting.  If you have skills in Arts & Crafts or Music, you can also use these effectively.

  • Teach Conversational English in Beijing: During your project, you will work at one or several schools or language centres in Beijing. Usually, you will have one main school, where you will work for most of the week. You'll then possibly take two or three lessons at other schools on pre planned days.Lessons will usually be a combination of teaching from the standard text book and teaching lessons of your own design.

  • Journalism and PhotoJournalism Work Experience Internship in Beijing in China: Work as a Journalist and/or Photojournalist for a Magazine in Beijing. You'll assist in the areas of your interest, but you'll also get involved in various different areas and working under the supervision of the editorial team. No knowledge of Mandarin necessary, but it would be an advantage. Fantastic experience, whether you're already in journalism/photography or are looking for a step up on the ladder.

  • PR, Marketing and Events Work Experience in Beijing in China: Work with the Events & Marketing team for a magazine on Chinese Culture. The magazine publishes both a print magazine and an e-newsletter, but is also involved in running events for diplomats, tourists and other 'foreigners' interested in learning about Chinese Culture.  Your role may involve aspects of PR, Marketing and/or events, depending on your skills and what is going on at the magazine at the time. Therefore, you must be prepared to be flexible and work in any of these areas depending on the magazine's needs.

  • Mandarin Language Courses at the University of Yantai: Take Mandarin Language courses at the University of Yantai in Shandong Province. A typical class size is 25 students, and the teaching staff are professors or lecturers who are accredited and experienced in teaching Mandarin to foreign students. The course is designed to immerse international students in the Chinese language and culture. All areas of the language will be covered in your course: reading, writing, speaking, listening, grammar, phonetics and vocabulary.

Program Type(s):
Program Length(s):
  • Custom
Instruction Language(s):
  • English
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