Beautiful Brussels has become the crossroads of politics, culture, and society. Following World War II, Brussels evolved from its humble origins as a market town into the de facto political capital of Europe, while managing to retain its historic charm and character. BYU is offering students an opportunity to experience Brussels’ rich culture while participating in work at EU or EU-affiliated think tanks, lobbying groups, and charitable organizations. Students will be able to develop the professional skills most valued by future employers, such as researching and writing on current affairs, organizing events for stakeholders, and learning how governmental policy is shaped in the EU. Brussels interns will also emerge with a heightened appreciation for European culture, current affairs, credits toward their major or minor, and tangible field experience to present to future employers and/or graduate schools. All internships are English speaking.
Saturday, Jul. 31, 5:00 PM
Middle East Studies/Arabic