International Internships Open Doors For Bryan College Students

Monday, July 29, 2019

Katrina Chesney, a Bryan College student, had the opportunity to take part in an international banking internship at the corporate offices of Raiffeisen Bank in Prague, Czech Republic.

Ms. Chesney will graduate this year with a degree in business administration with a human resources concentration, and also previously holds an associate degree in information technology.

“I was fortunate to be a part of the first group of Bryan College interns to be hosted by Raiffeisen Bank,” Ms. Chesney said in a statement. “I’m not sure who was more excited about the opportunity; my colleagues and me or the bank and its staff.”

Bryan College students can travel around the globe to get on-the-job career experience through the college’s Global Career Internship Program.

Other global internship opportunities include with the Austrian Red Cross in Austria, the Central European Entrepreneurship Program in Slovakia, the Bryan College International Christian Film Series in Czech Republic, Central European Journalism Internships in Slovakia, the Domestic Servitude/Human Trafficking Project in China and more.


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