An internship is a short-term, career-related experience, which includes an academically linked learning component. The majority of students seek full-time, paid internships during the summer and work a typical 40-hour/week schedule. However, many of the most sought after internships are unpaid. Students participating in an internship while taking a full load of courses typically don't work more than 15-20 hours a week and may even do an internship that's not for credit. To help you in your search, we have provided a list of websites that may be helpful for you. Click HERE to see a list. Summer Internship Opportunities in Korea The Korean language program at the University of Georgia provides UGA students with an opportunity to work as interns in a Korean high school or a college. It is a one-month unpaid internship with free board and lodging. Information about applying is here. Please contact Program Director Dr. Hyangsoon Yi (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information on eligibility.