Human Resources internships in Dublin

In the gorgeous green city of Dublin, a human resources intern abroad can find a world of inspiration and adventure. This Irish capital has so much to offer a young human resources professional looking for adventure, experience and a challenge. Human resources internships in Dublin will prepare ambitious young professionals for a successful career in this competitive field. This international experience will also quench a young person’s wanderlust. Interns get to explore the wonders of Ireland and witness the country’s rich traditions and striking natural beauty.

 

Dublin is a safe and youthful international city, ideal for international human resources interns. With diverse industries and a competitive workforce, the city is a great place for human resources interns looking to develop professional skills and gain international work experience. Interns will meet fellow aspiring professionals from all over the world and make vital professional contacts. With real-world human resources experience interns will boost their resume, making finding a job easier once they head back home. At the same time interns will return home a different person after having embraced the Irish culture.

 

Human Resources internships in Dublin

 

Living abroad in Dublin

Human resources interns abroad in Dublin will quickly adjust to life in this beautiful city, which encourages locals to go outdoors. For one, there’s always a beautiful park nearby to enjoy a sunny afternoon. In fact, Dublin boasts more green areas, per square kilometer, than any other European capital. Dublin’s cycling infrastructure is also notable, for interns who like to get around by bike. The city also has a safe and reliable public transportation system which interns will find easy to navigate. In terms of living arrangements, human resources interns will live with other interns on the program in a pleasant area of Dublin. They’ll have easy access to public transport so that they can commute to their internship. English is used in professional settings, and is spoken by the majority of citizens, so interns shouldn’t have any difficulty communicating with the locals.

 

Embracing Ireland’s culture & traditions

Irish culture has a lot to offer human resources interns abroad. For one, the Irish are particularly well known for their literary contributions to the world, especially considering the country’s small population. Legendary Irish authors include Samuel Beckett, George Bernard Shaw, James Joyce, William Butler Yeats and Oscar Wilde. Interns can enjoy discovering Dublin’s role in classic works at The Dublin Writer’s Museum.

 

Ireland is known around the world for its unique and rich cultural traditions, particularly myths, folklore and legends. The leprechaun is perhaps the most well known character coming from Gaelic traditions. However interns in Dublin will learn that there’s much more to Irish culture than the fool, clover and St. Patrick’s Day. After a visit to the National Folklore Collection, interns will see just how many different myths have been passed down for centuries.

 

Human Resources internships in Dublin

 

Traveling Ireland

Few things can top a journey through Ireland’s captivating countryside. International human resources interns will be close to many picturesque spots, being based in Dublin. A few of the country’s most unforgettable natural treasures include the Ring of Kerry, the Cliffs of Moher, and Killarney National Park. They can’t be missed.

 

Discovering Dublin’s history

In addition to their human resources internship in Dublin, interns will also be able to sink their teeth into the rich regional history around the city. Dublin has had many different inhabitants across the centuries, starting all the way back in 140 AD. Both the Vikings and the Scandinavians had settled the area and then came the Norman invasion. During English rule, Dublin’s development was influenced by the Georgian period and the city was at one time the British Empire’s second largest! Dublin’s cultural influences have been captured by its many historical structures including the Dublin Castle (1204), the Christ Church Cathedral (1030) and St Patrick’s Cathedral (1191).

 

Learn more about our human resources internships in Dublin and apply today to launch your career.

 

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Photos

1. based on Samuel Beckett Bridge Dublin, by Greg Clarke, CC-by-ND 2.0

2. based on Loving Dublin, by pierpeter, CC-by-2.0

3. based on Dublin Castle, by Derek Winterburn, CC-by-ND 2.0

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Elizabeth Trovall

After short stints in Argentina and Belize, Elizabeth is finishing up her fourth year in Santiago, Chile. Elizabeth writes about international internships, life abroad and professional development for The Intern Group. She also reports on politics, business and culture in Latin America for public radio and print media. An Austin, Texas native, Elizabeth first left home to earn her journalism degree from the Reynolds Institute of Journalism at the University of Missouri. Besides her friends and family, she misses live music and Mexican food the most.

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