An international hub for arts & culture as well as business & finance, New York is one of the world’s great cities for visiting, and summer internships.
With its numerous museums and cultural events, thriving theater scene, live music venues, cuisine from all over the world, and fabulous Central Park, New York offers something for every interest and taste when you get an internship in New York City.
Take in the modern art at the newly opened Whitney Museum then take stroll on the High Line. Explore the restaurants on the Lower East Side and go shopping in SoHo or take a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge and see some of the best views of Manhattan.
Don’t forget about the networking and professional development opportunities available! Ready to take up your internship in NYC and take the city by storm?
Spend a leisurely afternoon exploring Central Park in Manhattan, Prospect Park in Brooklyn or one of the smaller parks, such as Washington Square, Hudson River, and Brooklyn Bridge Park, to name a few.
Try All of the Food
From high-end culinary hotspots to cheap and cheerful food carts, New York has a seemingly endless number of restaurants and food vendors, serving cuisines from all over the world for every budget.
Explore the Diverse Neighborhoods
Make a point to visit some of the many neighborhoods in New York, each with their own distinct style and flavor; for example, in Manhattan, Little Italy and Chinatown each showcase their culture and cuisine, while Williamsburg in Brooklyn is home a to vibrant arts and music scene.
Visit the Museums & Monuments
Check out the many museums and monuments, such as the Met, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), the Guggenheim, Ellis Island, and, of course, the Statue of Liberty!
Endless Outdoor Activities
Get a breath of fresh air on a stroll along the High Line, relaxing on a Circle Line boat tour around Manhattan, or at Coney Island, where you can ride the Cyclone rollercoaster or Wonder Wheel.
$4 Million in Financial Aid
We firmly believe that financial limitations should not prevent a qualified student from participating in an IES Abroad Program. This is why we commit more than $4 million each year to our financial aid programs.