Are you interested in a GEM internship?

 Internships are open to undergrad and graduate level students. The internship is an unpaid position. Internships are available for fall (September-November, spring (February-April), and summer (June-August) For more information, call 215-248-1150, or email  

GEM Interns

Fall Intern 2018


Jeffrey Ast is graduating chestnut hill college in December of 2018. He will be graduating with a degree in global affairs as well as a double minor in business administration and international business 

Fall Intern 2018


 Shanti Panza is a Senior at Chestnut Hill College pursuing a double major in International Relations and Political Science as well as a double minor in French and European studies. Shanti Panza is committed to sustainable development of nations as well as humanitarian work. She hopes to pursue a career within this field after graduation. 

Fall Intern 2018


 Jordan Weinles is currently a student majoring in Political Science and minoring in Global Affairs at Chestnut Hill College. He became involved with Global Education Motivators after hearing about the program in one of his classes. Since then he has learned much about the United Nations and has been very interested in the Sustainable Development Goals. His interests and hobbies include watching films and documentaries, as well as sleeping and eating ramen, potato chips and hot chocolate. 

Summer Intern 2018


 Adel is working toward a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management at Chestnut Hill University, with a minor in Accounting. Before attending Chestnut Hill, he worked in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia  as an Administrative Coordinator for the Seder Group. Prior to that, Adel worked in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia as a travel consultant and events coordinator for Al-Fursan Travel Agency. After graduation, Adel hopes to work in Human Resources, Contracts, or Event Coordination. 

Fall Intern 2018


Jawaria Ali is a graduate with a Bachelors in Psychology and a concentration in clinical psychology who got introduced to GEM and has been working with them since her undergraduate years. She is very passionate about mental health and education, and working towards aligning the sustainable development goals in local and global scenarios. Her interests and hobbies include writing, reading, painting and making as many hand-made crafts as possible.