Princeton-in-France (PIF) is a long-established summer work program that selects students who qualify linguistically to take on the responsibilities of a paid summer job or internship in France. Travel grants and salary supplements are available to students who receive financial aid.
For 2020 the option to do a PIF Internship in Aix-en-Provence following the FRE-207F language immersion program is offered. The only application required is the 207F-in-Aix application, which is submitted to the Department of French and Italian.
Students will be eligible to choose internships that indicate "This placement qualifies for the 207F Internship Program" on the OIP website.
Once accepted to the language immersion program, students electing to do an internship will meet with faculty to discuss their top choices of internships, and write an intention letter/cover letter for their preferred internship, which will be sent to the International Internship Program (IIP). IIP will place students in the most appropriate internship available and attempt to honor their top choices.
For information about the Princeton-in-France program, please visit the Office of International Programs.