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Internship at AmCham

AmCham welcomes interns who are passionate about current/world affairs and aspire to be an agent of change. The Chamber’s events and advocacy topics cover an extremely wide range of issues, offering students great exposure and a chance to experience work life in a fun and dynamic environment. In the past 3 years AmCham has been hosting internships from local and overseas universities. These young and smart individuals add great energy to the office and provide valuable support to our work.

What our interns say:

My internship at AmCham has been fruitful and rewarding. AmCham has given me opportunities in utilising my study and understanding America from another perspective. Through working on government affairs and advocacy, I gained knowledge and insights on the latest business trends and varieties of social agendas. The internship allows me to meet professionals in multiple backgrounds which exposed me to various field. The journey with AmCham certainly enhanced my skillsets and prepared me for my future career.
Ka Wai Sarina Yuen (Jan – May, 2019)
American Studies, HKU
Working at AmCham amidst the fast-changing socio-political environment in Hong Kong is an invaluable experience. Through conducting various research on the latest policies such as the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act and National Security Law, I gained so much insight on how US-Hong Kong relations would affect the international business community. AmCham provided me the opportunity to meet different important business professionals, which expanded my knowledge of the field and prepared me to work in the transnational and culturally diverse world.
Hebe Wong (Feb-Jun, 2020)
American Studies, HKU
Working as an intern in AmCham HK is definitely a life-changing experience! Not only I have gained new knowledge related to my academic studies (i.e. American Studies), but also acquired hands-on experience beyond the textbook. It is my pleasure to be one of the members of the Social Media and Communication Team in which I am able to unleash my potential and develop creativity. Thank you so much for this precious opportunity and I hope to see my colleagues again in the future!
Christine Kung (Jan - Apr, 2021)
American Studies, HKU
The two-month internship at AmCham’s Government Relations and Public Affairs Department has bestowed upon me a deeper understanding of the business environment in Hong Kong and the recent topics such as smart city, GBA, RCEP, and Corporate Social Responsibilities. Throughout the process of drafting the public address submission, I have gained opportunities to talk to senior managers from our member companies and have a deep look into the interests and challenges for various industries. Overall it is an enriching experience that exposes me to the fascination of the business world.
Louie Wong (Jun - Aug, 2021)
International Relations and History, London School of Economics
My internship in Government Relations and Public Affairs at AmCham gave me incredible insight into the socio-political landscape in Hong Kong and its relationship with the local business environment. Contributing to press releases and drafting policy recommendations, I was given great responsibility from the very first day, and had the opportunity to learn as much as possible while developing my research skills. Working at AmCham was definitely an invaluable experience that allowed me to build a diverse and extensive network, and gain a broad understanding of the business world in Hong Kong.
Luke Ho (Jun-Aug, 2021)
Philosophy and Economics, The London School of Economics and Political Science
The internship at AmCham’s Membership and Engagement Department is undoubtedly life-changing, fruitful, rewarding, and most importantly, a golden chance for me to leverage my skills to solve problems and bring impact to society. Throughout the internship, my key responsibilities are supporting committees in assisting Chamber’s advocacy and driving engagement in professional development and industry relations. I have gained invaluable experience in communicating with senior-level executives in multifarious business activities held by AmCham and cultivated a broad understanding of Hong Kong’s current business environment.
Isaacs Poon (Jun- Aug 2021)
Economics and Finance, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Being a Women Of Influence Committee Intern has allowed me to meet so many impactful women, who are (for a lack of better words) amazing at what they do — both professionally and within the larger community. Through managing and writing nominations, I have been able to develop my interpersonal skills, as well as gain invaluable insight into the advancement of gender equality in the workplace and beyond. My gratitude to everyone who has helped me in the process — thank you all for making my experience such a memorable one! I couldn't have asked for a more meaningful initiative to contribute to.
Grace Zhang (Jul - Sep 2021)