Internship Opportunities


Given our access to an extraordinary pool of STEM talent within the African diaspora, there were several companies interested in featuring their internship opportunities on the AIA scholarship website. The goal of the opportunities below is to connect African and African-American engineering students in the United States with short-term engineering, tech and business opportunities in Nigeria or with U.S. based, Nigerian-owned companies. These internships are available year-roundYou must be a Black undergraduate or graduate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Math) student studying in the United States to apply. 


Check back periodically for new internship opportunities


Andela 2020 Internship application HERE






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When contacting the internship programs,  inform the contact listed above about your desired dates, academic interests and that you are being referred by the AIA scholarship website.

Nigerian Visa/Temporary Work Permit information: 

Nigerian Immigration Service:

Nigerian Temporary Work Permit:

Nigerian Embassy in Washington, DC:

Nigerian Consulate in Atlanta:

If you have any questions about the program, additional inquiries or would like the AIA scholarship administrators to consider your internship for a feature, email:


The Anthony Ihedoha Anaebere (AIA), Sr. Memorial Scholarship posts internship opportunities to connect African and African American engineering students in the United States of America with companies expected to have engineering, tech and business internship opportunities in Nigeria or with US based, Nigerian owned companies. A posting does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation and does not guarantee direct engineering responsibilities. The AIA Memorial Scholarship makes no guarantees about the accuracy of the information provided by the employer. Students are responsible for taking all necessary precautions when interviewing for or accepting internship positions. The AIA Memorial Scholarship is not responsible for travel arrangements, obtaining a visa or work permit, accommodations, working conditions, compensation, safety or any other aspect of employment. All agreements are between the student employee and the employer. Internship applicants should be cautious and use common sense when applying for or accepting any position.
If you have encountered a fraudulent posting, company or organization, please contact