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The U.S. Embassy, Commercial Section is looking for Interns
- spring and fall semester

Job assignments can include:

  • Market analysis
  • Partner searches and matchmaking
  • Company background reports/due diligence
  • Event coordination
  • Preparation of ambassador memos and speeches
  • Participation in relevant seminars and business events
  • Outreach to Swedish importers and agents, and recruitment to trade fairs in the U.S.
  • Assistance with U.S. trade missions and Congressional delegations
  • Website maintenance and social media
  • Other administrative duties

We are seeking candidates with an interest in international business. The candidate should be self-motivated and proficient in both oral and written Swedish and English. The candidate will get an excellent opportunity to build a network in the Swedish and U.S. business community, and develop an understanding of how U.S. companies seek commercial opportunities in the Nordics. A successful candidate will be able to work independently, take initiative, use critical and analytical thinking and assume responsibility.

  • The full-time internship (32-40 hours per week) is offered three times a year to two students at a time. From January –April/May, April/May – Aug, and Aug – December/January
  • Deadline for applications: November 1 for the spring internships and July 1 for fall the internship.
  • Work place: U.S. Embassy, Stockholm. This is a non-paid internship.
  • Accepted applicants will go through a medical and security check, which you will have to pass.
  • Please submit your application in English, including CV, grade transcripts, letters of recommendation, the application form and a one page letter outlining your interest and qualifications to: office.stockholm@trade.gov.

For more information about us, please visit the embassy’s website www.usemb.se.


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