Each secondary school: After research, the school plans to organize students from our school to go to the United States for a paid internship program in the summer of 2019. The program gives students the opportunity to experience the American corporate culture, improve their English communication skills, work side by side with American colleagues and interns from other countries, achieve cross-cultural and international exchanges, cultivate an open world view, and gain experience in overseas companies. Employment advantage and improve their overall quality. I. Project introduction: The Summer Salvage Internship Program (SWT) is a summer cultural exchange program for college students around the world, established by the US Department of Education and Cultural Affairs under the US Government Information and Education Exchange Act, the Smith-Mundt Act. It is operated By the US Congress, authorized by the US Department of Education and Cultural Affairs, and highly recognized and supported by US embassies and consulates in China. In addition, the J-1 exchange visitor visa allows Chinese students participating in the SWT program to conduct internships Under the protection of the well-established US labor system. Students participate in the project and receive supervision from the US government. They work as legal taxpayers and work with the same level. American colleagues in the position receive equal pay for equal work, full Medical insurance, and the same benefits and benefits as American interns. Second, internship time: June-September 2019 (based on the actual departure time) Third, the deadline for registration: before October 15, 2018 Fourth, the cost and itinerary The project fee is 23,000 yuan. The fee includes comprehensive application evaluation, matching of paid internship positions in the United States, issuing DS-2019 form (required documents for applying J-1 visa), I-901 SEVIS fee, and visa appointment for the US Embassy. US Embassy pre-visa counseling, safety education and training, US medical and accident insurance, and US emergency support services. Students are responsible for their passport fees, visa processing fees, international airfare, domestic and international transportation, and food and accommodation. The school subsidizes 5,000 yuan for each selected student.