Interested in working in one of Massachusetts’ fastest growing and important agencies? Want to make a difference by helping to promote all that the Commonwealth has to offer? Apply for an internship with the Massachusetts Office of International Trade and Investment (“MOITI”) and help make the doors of Massachusetts open to the world. MOITI is the Commonwealth’s primary international business development agency, charged with creating jobs here in Massachusetts by encouraging foreign direct investment and aiding local companies in promoting their products and services in foreign markets.
Our interns are directly involved with the daily business of MOITI, playing an active role in facilitating investment opportunities and making connections between local and foreign businesses. Projects include helping to organize and prepare trade missions on behalf of the Commonwealth to countries such as Brazil, Chile, China, the United Kingdom, Israel, and more, as well as assisting in the coordination of international business development events involving MOITI and other affiliate offices. Additionally, our interns will have opportunities to meet with foreign dignitaries including ambassadors, ministers, consular employees, and business representatives.
If you are self-motivated, have attention to detail, and can work independently, MOITI will provide you with many great opportunities.
Internships are available for our Fall (September – December), Spring (January – May), and Summer (May – September) terms.
The MOITI internship program is designed for current undergraduate students. If you are interested in applying for an internship at MOITI, please submit a resume, cover letter, and brief (1-2 pages) writing sample to Hunter Richard
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