THE GLOBAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

The Global Internship Program is H4O’s award-winning program that tangibly engages
college students and a select number of high school students in leadership development.

Introduction to The Global Internship Program

LEARN ABOUT LEADERSHIP

Start by learning what it means to be an effective leader. All Global Interns get access to our award-winning online leadership course as well an accomplished mentor associated with the Global Internship Program. From PR and Marketing executives, to Founders of publicly traded companies, we are very proud to connect students with a remarkable list of mentors!

COMPLETE YOUR GLOBAL CHALLENGE

How will you impact the world? We will guide you step-by-step as you come up with a manageable project that will make a global impact. We need help on numerous existing projects, but we encourage creativity. With the help of your mentor, you will be able to engage your community and bring about positive change in the world. We give you the tools, you make the change.

LAUNCH!

Once you finish your global challenge, we will give you the opportunity to come on a “vision trip” with us to travel and see the impact you made firsthand. Additionally, we will give you access to the Global Internship network and will write you a letter of recommendation, both of which will be helpful for whatever you decide to do. Take these tools and go change the world!

FEATURED MENTORS

photo of Board member Brent, founder of Habit Burger Grill, who is rising up young leaders to solve the water crisis
Brent Reichard
Founder Habit Burger Grill Inc.
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Shelene Bryan
Author, Speaker, Founder Skip1.org

“H4O helped me to stand out. Everyone I knew in High School was involved in some club or program, but H4O actually teaches you about leadership and gives you a tangible opportunity to lead. I’m glad I took advantage of it!”
Jack Palmer
Freshman, UC Berkeley

“H4O gave me the ability to develop and use my leadership abilities. As class president at Yale, I can confidently say that I would not be in this position without participating in this program.”
Sarah Armstrong
Class President at Yale