Companies looking for summer interns or considering how to do business with Brazil — or both — can find opportunities through the Brazil Scientific Mobility Program, which includes more than 300 students from the Latin American country who are studying the STEM fields at Arizona State University.
ASU is the largest host university in the nation to participate in the program sponsored by the government of Brazil. While a large portion of the students are studying engineering disciplines such as electrical, chemical and aerospace, others are involved in fields that include biological sciences, chemistry and computer science.
Internships can be paid or unpaid, no fees or contracts are required, and all visa administration, including work authorization, is provided. For more information, contact Eileen Brill Wagner at email@example.com.