Member Operations Intern

AmCham China
Publish Date
07 August, 2017

About company

The American Chamber of Commerce in the People's Republic of China is a non-profit, non-governmental organization whose membership comprises more than 3,300 individuals from 900 companies operating across China. The chamber's nationwide mission is to help American companies succeed in China through advocacy, information, networking and business support services. AmCham China is the only officially recognized chamber of commerce representing American business in mainland China. With offices in Beijing, Tianjin, Dalian, Shenyang and Wuhan, AmCham China has more than 50 working groups, and holds more than 250 events each year. 

Job Description

We are looking for an intern for the Member Operations Department. Responsibilities will include:

  • Work with staff to facilitate industry and sector-specific programming and events
  • Support signature events such as conferences
  • Assist staff to coordinate with speakers and venues
  • Help with post-event finance, including issuing fapiao's
  • Write short reports to be published online
  • Support department staff on projects as needed

Please submit your English cover letter and resume to Evan Schmitt at and include your availability as well as ideal start and end dates. Please note that interns should commit to a minimum 3 month internship and are expected to be in the office at least three days a week, although our schedules are flexible in that interns can work mornings or afternoons only on certain days. More information about our internship program can be found here:


Eligibility Requirements


Our interns come from diverse academic backgrounds including public policy, international relations, business administration, communication, journalism, marketing, regional studies and other technical fields such as healthcare, legal, engineering and energy with a strong interest in business.


Applicants must satisfy all the following requirements:

  • Be enrolled in a school program during internship
    • If offered the internship position, the intern must obtain a stamped permission letter from the university acknowledging that the student has accepted the internship position
  • If a non-PRC citizen:
    • candidates must possess a valid X1 or X2 student visa for the duration of the internship, or;
    • In certain cases, AmCham China can provide an invitation letter for an F business visa to qualified interns able to work full time (5 days a week for a maximum of three months)
  • Be able to commit to interning for at least three months (12 weeks) and be able to come in to the office at least three days a week (days can be split into mornings or afternoons to accommodate class schedules)


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