Travel the World With TPG’s Best Summer Internship … Ever

Apr 2, 2019

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If you’re a college student looking to travel for free this summer and still tell your parents you got a paid internship, apply here.

TPG, the travel-savvy website that tells people how to jet around the world in high style at minimal cost, is now accepting applications for a luxury, one-of-a-kind dream travel internship.

This ultimate summer job will go to one lucky college student, 21 or older.  Job description: Fly around the world reviewing flights, hotels, trains and more for our global audience. Awesome photography skills and design knowledge a plus.

Whoever thought you could get paid to write about “what I did on summer vacation?” All you have to do is share your experiences with the world in a series of written reviews with photos, videos and social media posts.

Here’s the lowdown: The Travel and Rewards Intern will get to rate some of the best in travel, such as first class on Emirates or Cathay Pacific. You will also get to stay at some of the world’s top hotels from the Greek isles to the heart of Singapore’s glistening skyline.

Caviar in Cathay Pacific first class. Photo by JT Genter/TPG

And, just to keep you down to earth, there will be occasional reviews of premium economy or, dare we even say it, coach.

So just to be clear: We will pay the intern and we will pay for all the trips. At the same time, this lucky traveler will earn tons of frequent flyer miles and hotel points for a dream vacation — or three — at a later date.

Sold on this dream job? Great! Please apply though this link.

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