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Host Organization: Caixin Global
We are the English edition of Caixin, China’s leading independent media covering the country’s business and financial sectors. The editorial team at Caixin Global includes 25 reporters, editors and graphic designers.
Internship Department: Caixin Global HR
Department Profile: HR for Caixin Global
Intern would work as an assistant for one of the three main teams at Caixin Global: Finance, Corporate News and CX Tech. Interest and background in one of these areas (i.e. China finance, China corporate news, or China tech) is highly preferred. At least intermediate proficiency in Chinese is also essential, since many tasks involve looking at Chinese articles and source materials. Work would include helping to research stories and data for graphics, and also some limited opportunities for writing.
Number of Opening(s): 1-2
Work Hours and Internship Start/End Dates: (Monday to Friday, June
22 –August 14, 2020): Full time/ start & end dates can be flexible but at least eight weeks
Work Attire: Casual
Local Language: Mandarin
Required Local Language: Intermediate reading, writing, and speaking (Two-year level at Stanford)
Additional desired intern qualifications:
Background/interest in financial or business writing highly desirable, especially with regard to Chinese companies and financial markets.
- Applicants must be currently enrolled freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and coterms who are undergraduates in all majors, including undeclared. Coterm students must still have undergraduate status. MA students in the Center for East Asian Studies are also eligible to apply.
- Applicants must be current Stanford students during the internship period. Seniors must postpone graduation paperwork until the internship ends, but may participate in commencement. For summer graduation requirements, including details regarding enrollment requirements and information about participation in the June commencement ceremonies, students should contact their major department's student services office and Registrar's Office for graduation quarter petition.
- Preferably, before beginning their internships, selected candidates should have taken at least one course regarding the internship region. The course can be taken in the spring quarter.
For more internship positions provided by the Stanford Global Studies Internship Program, please see our internship listing.
Each applicant can apply for a maximum of two program-arranged positions. If you apply more than two positions, we will only accept the first two applications based on the time of your submission.
For more information, please see Eligibility and Stipend.