Your company in America must complete a Training Plan which details exactly what you will be doing in America and justify the length of the internship. When reading the Training Plan, we must have a clear understanding of the goals of the training and how you will meet those goals. The employer will need to provide detailed descriptions of the kinds of activities and projects you’ll be involved in. This is best expressed in a weekly or monthly breakdown of your activities.
Interns are allowed to remain in the US for 30 days after the end of the internship for the purposes of travel.
This is a fantastic opportunity for you to gain valuable new skills and knowledge in your chosen career field. You will have the chance to experience a different lifestyle in the USA and educate the Americans in the ways of your home country and will return home having trained and travelled in another country, which will definitely enhance your C.V.
No. This programme is open to students and non-students.
No. It is the participant’s responsibility to find a suitable US Company to train with although BUNAC can offer suggestions on how to find a placement.
Yes, if you fulfil the other eligibility criteria. Your English language skills must be sufficient to function on a day-to-day basis in America and to undertake the internship. Please be aware that all visas are issued at the discretion of the US Embassy.
No. You must find the internship first then you can apply.