Remote Internships in our Country Offices
Boost your career in international development in your own country.
We have 26 offices across Latin America and the Caribbean, plus offices in Asia, Europe and the Institute for the Integration of Latin America and the Caribbean (INTAL) in Argentina. Under our Remote Internship Program, we will provide you with the tools and remote experience to contribute to improving the quality of life in your own country.
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Our in-person internships are currently on hold until further notice.
What are the basic requirements?
Being a citizen of and living in the country where the IDB Group’s country office you apply for is located. *For offices in Europe and Asia, this includes nationals of European/Asian member countries who work at those offices.
Being a graduate-level student at an accredited university or a recent graduate of a graduate-level program (up to 1 year after graduation)
Being at least 23 years old
To work within predefined dates
Not having relatives at IDB, IDB Invest or IDB Lab
At the IDB Group
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FAQs about remote internships in our Country Offices
WHEN CAN I APPLY FOR AN INTERNSHIP IN AN IDB GROUP COUNTRY OFFICE?
Our internship opportunities in country offices do not have a defined timeline. Dates are based on business needs, so please make sure to visit the link above frequently and follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for updates.
HOW LONG DO INTERNSHIPS LAST IN COUNTRY OFFICES?
DO YOU MAKE ANY EXCEPTIONS AS TO NATIONALITY OR AGE?
To qualify for an internship in our country offices, you must be a citizen of and live in the country where you apply. Those who do not meet the age requirement are eligible for other job opportunities posted periodically in ourcareer section.
IS THIS A PAID INTERNSHIP?
Yes, interns working for our country offices get paid.
WHY CAN I ONLY WORK IN AN OFFICE IN MY OWN COUNTRY?
Applicants for remote internships in country offices must live in their own countries because, under applicable regulations, these are opportunities for local citizens only.