As an organization, we have a crucial corporate responsibility to sustainable change and reflect this through our thorough office recycling plan, sustainable travel plans for our programs, the dedication of our team to ethical diet practices, and monthly team volunteering efforts to make the cities in which we live a little more clean and brighter for future generations.
We take pride in our commitment to Diversity and Sustainability, and support you in your own individual efforts!
Aurélie & Fredrik
Co-Founders at Absolute Internship
A Sustainability Internship will give you the opportunity to gain valuable insights and hands-on experience into the social entrepreneurship and organizational sustainability landscape around the globe, working with and supporting some of the leaders in sustainable and social impact.
Our corporate partners are established companies as well as non-profit organizations working on sustainable development goals. It is our goal to connect students to top leading companies making a difference and a measurable impact for a better world.
Diverse Community Fund
Criteria: 1) Applying to any of our programs for 2022. 2) Interviewing with one of our Enrollment Coordinators. 3) Getting accepted into the program and being chosen as an awardee by our team. 4) Enrolling in the program by paying the deposit.
Eligibility: Being identified as Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA), Black, Students with Disabilities or Learning Difference, First-Generation and/or Low Income (FLI), International, Latinx, LGBTQIA, Native American, Women and Communities of Faith.
*All-year-round funding opportunity when enrolling in our program.
Award: €500 to redeem from program fee.
Whoever you are and wherever you come from, it is your right to have access to international experiences. Diversity and inclusion in higher education are improving every year but it is still not good enough.
At Absolute Internship, promoting inclusion in higher education is a priority! Learn about financial resources available to go abroad as a student, as well as those who are part of an underrepresented community.
“My host company helped me increase my
knowledge about the solar industry. I
would’ve not learned about what I see doing
after college. And in what area. I would’ve missed
out on gaining a new perspective on the world
and my place in it!”
– Avery from University of Oregon
(Sustainability Internship in Singapore)