Student Internships, Translation Project Management, 2012

Student internships, translation project management
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Student Internships, John us

We are accepting student internships in translation project management for 2012. Work with STAR Translation for 2012 / 2013.

We are looking for new students to join us in September in Dublin. We offer internships for translation students wishing to do a 5- to 6-month internship in translation project management.

Work with one of the world’s largest translation companies.

For details, visit our Translation Jobs page.

The STAR Team

2 replies
  1. Chantal Schmitt
    Chantal Schmitt says:


    I would like to introduce myself for an internship in translation (German, French and English). I grew up in a German household in France and therefore I am equally fluent in German and French (both are so to speak my native tongues). I am studying in a BA Translation and Interpretation at Heidelberg University, Germany, and currently on a one-year Erasmus exchange at Institut Supérieur des Traducteurs et Interprètes Brussels, Belgium. I have acquired fluency in English during various long-term stays in the USA and the United-Kingdom, including London. Please find my CV attached.

    I am currently looking for a 6-weeks internship abroad, that is to take place between September 1st and October 11th. Unfortunately I cannot take a longer internship due to my university studies. I have a strong work ethic and can work late hours at top quality to make sure every translation project is delivered on time and satisfies the client’s expectations. Thanks to my experience as a freelance translator, I have developed great analytic skills and I have learned to integrate myself with ease to an international environment during my various stays abroad.

    Please let me know if you have a vacancy for a six-weeks internship as well. I would love to join your team. Feel free to come back to me with further questions.

    Looking forward to hearing back from you,


    Chantal Schmitt
    [email protected]

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