From start-ups in tourism to education companies, and beyond, the network of internships in Ireland Premier, is a group willing to work to find you the best opportunities. We have great goals and dreams, and we want to work with people who, like us, want to get to them. Say goodbye to routine days and make a change in your life. If you want to get some international professional experience, instill your passion in your everyday tasks, and join forces with the smartest teams in Ireland to drive change around the world, then we congratulate you, you are in the right place.
Dublin could be the first city to appear in your mind when you think of the Emerald Island, but it is certainly not the only city, let alone the best. You will never hear complaints from the city of Cork and in our opinion it is much better place to adapt than the Irish capital. You will not only find interesting practices beyond the borders of Dublin, you will also find culture, nature, gastronomy and yes, also sheep. The air is salty, with innumerable topics of conversation, and the learning opportunities are very high. Pour a cup of tea and stay awhile.
More than Denriquecedora, challenging and powerful professional experience, Premier practices Ireland wants to make sure you also find some fun once you finish your workday. By finding the squares in the smaller cities, you will not only take a set of professional skills, but also a lot of ingrained memories of the true Irish way of life.
Cualquiera y cada uno de los viajes tiene potencial educativo, independientemente de cualu sea tu inspiración y propósito. Qué y cuánto se ha aprendido, sin embargo, depende en gran medida del grado de apertura del viajero a lo que el camino le quiera ofrecer.
- William Hoffa
Don your fave tie or power skirt, embrace the startup mentality, and do more than the coffee-run thing while interning in Ireland.
Strengthen your portfolio AND have your best summer yet – jackpot! Don’t worry, you won’t have to put Shamrocks on everything.
While doing your summer internship in tourism, you’ll quickly learn that Ireland is more than potatoes, step-dancing, and redheads.
Use your precious summer months to intern in an NGO, where you can give back while gaining incredible professional skills.
You don’t have to have the rules of Gaelic football memorized to qualify for (or succeed in) one of these internships.