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Оплачуване стажування в Італії (UNSSC)

Четвер, 24 серпня 2017 00:00 Written by

The United Nations System Staff College (UNSSC) with its headquarters in Turin, Italy, is the United Nations institution for system-wide knowledge management, learning and training for the staff of the United Nations system. The College is expected to play a pivotal role in contributing to UN reform, the development of a common culture based on effectiveness, expertise and continuous learning through the development, co-ordination and provision of cross-cutting learning programmes which impact on all agencies and staff.





The Learning Lab is one of the Programme Teams in the UNSSC, seeking to offer UN system organizations and staff innovative and cost-effective solutions to support staff development and increase learning, management and communication competencies and organizational capabilities. To this end, the Learning Lab team focuses on the application of technology and innovation to learning and knowledge management, fosters peer learning and offers UN personnel a broad portfolio of courses and on-demand services on core skills and management competencies.



The United Nations System Staff College (UNSSC)’s Learning Lab is seeking an intern to help with several leadership and management training programmes being developed for UN middle and senior managers. These programmes often consist of both online and face-to-face parts. The selected intern will apply her/his skills in instructional design and educational technology, and gain understanding of the UN work and the development of learning programmes for UN personnel. The incumbent will report to a Course Coordinator and contribute to the design, development, coordination and evaluation of these learning programmes. Specifically, the intern will be responsible for, but not limited to, the following:

1. Participate in the design of e-learning products

2. Assist resource persons on how to use technology and better conduct online courses

3. Publish and update content on UNSSC learning platform (Moodle)

4. Design questionnaires to measure learning impact

5. Perform learning analytics, compile and visualize data, and code qualitative data

6. Create video and multimedia content to support learning programmes 2

7. Organize webinars for participants while coordinating with professors and content experts

8. Assist with administrative tasks as required

9. Any other duties as assigned by the supervisor.




Applicants can be considered if they meet one of the following:

 Are enrolled in a Master's or in a Ph.D. programme; or

 Are enrolled in the final year of a Bachelor’s programme; or

 Are within one year after graduation from a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Ph.D. programme. in instructional design, adult education, communication, web design, graphic design or other related areas from an accredited college or university.


Previous work experience is not required. Portfolio or evidence of skills is highly desirable. Previous experience in qualitative data analysis is an asset.

Language competencies:

Fluency (written and oral) in English.

Computer skills:

Excellent computer skills in the Microsoft Office suite. Familiarity with online learning and social media tools. Mobile app development experience is an asset.

Other skills and competencies:

Ability to learn and act in a fast-paced environment. Ability to work effectively as part of a team. High motivation, with a desire to learn and grow professionally.


Eligible candidates interested in doing an internship at the United Nations System Staff College must submit in English:

 An up-to-date curriculum vitae (resume);

 A motivation letter;

 For applicants who are currently enrolled in a degree programme, an endorsement from their University or Sponsoring Institution is required;

 Applications should be submitted by e-mail to: Ця електронна адреса захищена від спам-ботів. Вам потрібно увімкнути JavaScript, щоб побачити її. or by fax: (0039) 011 65359 02.

 Please indicate in the subject “Application for Internship vacancy announcement 006”


Interns are responsible for making travel and accommodation arrangements and for obtaining the necessary visa for entering Italy or the country of any other duty station to which they have been assigned. UNSSC will facilitate the process of obtaining entry visas for countries of assignment. The intern is responsible for ensuring that he/she has all the prescribed vaccinations for travel to the assigned duty station. Interns are also responsible to obtain medical insurance coverage in accordance with the requirements for entering Italy or the country of any other duty station to which they have been assigned. The cost of travel, visa, accommodation, vaccines, health insurance and living expenses are the responsibility of interns. 

Before the beginning of the assignment, the selected intern shall also provide UNSSC with a self-certification of good health.


Candidates for the Internship Programme are selected on a competitive basis. Only those candidates who meet the requirements of the position will be short-listed and interviewed. The candidates will be informed of the result of the selection process as soon as it is finalized.


At the end of the internship period, a written evaluation of the intern’s performance will be prepared and a meeting will be organized with the intern to provide feedback. Upon completion of the Internship programme the candidate will be provided with a certificate of attendance.


Interns who are not financially supported by other institutions shall receive a stipend from UNSSC intended to assist in covering basic subsistence costs. The monthly amount of the stipend is fixed at 450€. No other payment of any kind shall be made to an intern by UNSSC in connection with an internship agreement.


The interns shall not be considered in any respect as being a staff member of UNSSC and shall not accrue benefits. In this regard, assignments under the Internship Programme do not carry expectation of conversion to any other type of contract or appointment in any activity of the UNSSC.

Interns may not apply for or be appointed to any position in the Professional or above categories during the period of their internship and for the six months immediately following the expiration date thereof.


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Стажування в галузі фінансів і банкінгу в Міжнародній торговельній палаті

П'ятниця, 11 серпня 2017 00:00 Written by

“World trade is in large part dependent on the availability of reliable and cost-effective sources of financing. This means that banks and other financial institutions play a vital role in facilitating trade-led growth and development.”

With over 600 members in 95 countries, the ICC Banking Commission is a worldwide forum of trade finance experts whose common aim is to facilitate international trade finance across the world.

Our mandate is threefold:

  1. Be the authoritative rule making body and produce the universally accepted standard for all forms of Trade Finance. Our rules for trade serve as the basis of USD 2 trillion trade transactions a year.
  2. Serve as the trusted industry leader for regulators to support the development of a sound financial system.
  3. Be a global organization which engages “unbankable” regions and segments and develops solutions to integrate them into the global system through well-established collaborations with business leaders from the banking industry, multilateral organizations and development banks.

The ICC Banking Commission is seeking to appoint an intern to support the management and administration of its projects and activities.

Tasks include

  • Support the management of the ICC Trade Register project – a world spanning data pool of risk information – in partnership with +25 tier-one banks and the consultants assigned to it.
  • Contribute to the production of the ICC Banking Commission Market Intelligence Products, including the annual ICC Global Survey on Trade Finance
  • Support strategic decision making process of the banking commission leadership and the internal and external flow of information
  • Support ICC Banking Commission overall activities, including policy and rules-writing work and the range of projects generated by the Commission.

 Skills and abilities

  • Self-motivated individual with a proven ability to work on their own initiative and as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • Good interpersonal skills, with a diplomatic approach
  • Confidence in liaising with a range of stakeholders – individuals and organizations
  • Interest and/or general knowledge in banking, finance, trade finance
  • Proven skills in research and exploration as well as accomplishing detail oriented tasks
  • Ability to write content for communications and marketing purposes and preparing correspondence
  • Website administrative experience, as well as familiarity with a range of computer software programmes and applications
  • Knowledge and experience with data visualization tools is a plus

The working language for the ICC Banking Commission is English. Proficiency in French and any other languages are favorable.

Important information

  • Internships are remunerated according to French law. Internships are full-tim The average working week is 35 hours.
  • A convention de stage established between ICC and the intern’s university or institute of origin is compulsory (French Act n° 2006-396 of 31 March 2006). An application without a memorandum of agreement (“convention de stage”) will not be considered
  • The intern must have an appropriate insurance valid in France for any damage caused to a third party (third party liability insurance: “assurance responsabilité civile”) and a social insurance (illness, work accident…)
  • Nationals from outside the European Union or Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Andorra, Monaco, or Switzerland are required to get an appropriate visa from the French consulate.

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Стажування в офісі Доктора без меж в Нью-Йорку.

Четвер, 03 серпня 2017 00:00 Written by

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF-USA) is pleased to announce its paid Internship Program. Interns gain practical work experience and support the work of our Communications, Development, Program, Human Resources (both for the field and the office), and Executive departments. Interns also gain a basic introduction to the field of international medical humanitarian aid and advocacy. All internships will take place in our New York office and will be paid at the rate of $11.00 per hour.

2017 Internship Program Schedule

Spring Internship 2017 Summer Internship 2017 Fall Internship 2017

January 17
May 26

Please submit your application by:
December 30, 2016

May 30
August 25

Please submit your application by:
April 18, 2017

September 5
December 15

Please submit your application by:
August 18, 2017

*For Access Campaign Internships, please aim to submit your application as soon as possible for early consideration!

Important Information

  • This is a competitive program. Candidates will be selected on a merit basis.
  • Due to high volume of applications, only successful candidates will be contacted after the application deadline.
  • Internship applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Candidates may apply for more than one term, but will only be contacted regarding the most current term.
  • To obtain an internship position, you must be eligible to work in the US without sponsorship. International candidates are responsible for securing their U.S. work permit. If your CV indicates that you are not based in New York, please make sure to explicitly note in your cover letter that you will be available to move to New York City for the duration of the internship, if applicable. 
  • All candidates are responsible for their own accommodation (and relocation, if applicable) in New York City. If your CV indicates that you are not based in New York, please make sure to explicitly note in your cover letter that you will be available to move to New York City for the duration of the internship, if applicable.
  • No calls or e-mails please regarding application status.

In addition to paid internships, Doctors Without Borders participates in work/study programs for those who qualify.

Application Instructions

To apply, email your resume and cover letter to Ця електронна адреса захищена від спам-ботів. Вам потрібно увімкнути JavaScript, щоб побачити її., with Subject line: (Internship Title - Term).

Example: If you are applying to the Web Internship for the Fall 2017 program, then your email Subject line should be: Web Intern - Fall 2017.

If you are applying for more than one internship position, please send an email for each position using the example above. 

Note: Preferred document submission format is PDF and Microsoft Word Document. 



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Оплачуване стажування в Червоному хресті, Швейцарія

П'ятниця, 28 липня 2017 00:00 Written by

The Policy and Humanitarian Diplomacy Division of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) offers five traineeship positions for a period of one year, starting either in January, February or March 2018.

Policy and Humanitarian Diplomacy Division: The ICRC's Policy and Humanitarian Diplomacy Division is part of the Department of International Law and Policy, and plays a central role in developing and delivering the main institutional policy and diplomacy objectives of the ICRC as well as overseeing the ICRC's delegation in New York. The Division works closely with the ICRC's Presidency, the Department of Operations and across the institution to shape strategic policy objectives, design and deliver diplomatic strategies, and influence key ICRC stakeholders. The Division also works closely with the International Federation and National Societies on areas of mutual policy interest.

Job description: Under the supervision of a Diplomatic or Policy Adviser, the post holder will be responsible for:

  • Analysing humanitarian trends, issues and policy developments;
  • Preparing/attending conferences, seminars and bilateral meetings;
  • Conducting research, writing speeches/speaking points, drafting reports, taking minutes of meetings;
  • Informing ICRC delegations in the field about a variety of international issues;
  • Assisting with the day-to-day management of relations with international organisations and UN agencies, regional organisations, major international NGOs and humanitarian think-tanks;

The candidate will support the work on regions and/or policy issues, such as:


  • Africa;
  • Asia and the Pacific;
  • Americas;
  • Europe and Central Asia;
  • Near and Middle East.

Issues may include:

  • Access to education;
  • Assistance (cash, health, etc.);
  • Counterterrorism, preventing and combatting violent extremism;
  • Detention;
  • Displacement;
  • Gender;
  • International humanitarian law;
  • Healthcare in danger;
  • Humanitarian-development nexus;
  • Localisation of aid;
  • Migration;
  • Missing;
  • UN (UN General Assembly, Human Rights Council, ECOSOC Humanitarian Affairs Segment, Inter-Agency Standing Committee, etc.);
  • Urban violence.

: We are looking for candidates who meet the following mandatory requirements:

  • A Master's degree in a relevant field (e.g. international relations, international politics, international law, humanitarian action, development, peace/conflict studies, etc.).
  • Knowledge or good understanding of at least one of the regions and issues from a humanitarian perspective.
  • Excellent English and a good command of at least one of the following languages: Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish. Additional languages are an asset.
  • Minimum of 6 months full-time prior experience with an international organisation, an NGO or within the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, and no more than 2 years of relevant experience.
  • A manifest interest for humanitarian action/issues and/or the ICRC.
  • A demonstrated interest in international affairs and diplomacy.
  • Available for 1 year, starting in either January, February or March 2018.

If you do not fulfil the conditions above, your application will not be considered.

Desirable requirements:

  • Understanding of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, including its structure, policies, approaches, etc.;
  • Any relevant publications;
  • Experience in diplomatic and/or inter-agency work;
  • Field experience.


  • The ability to think strategically, to express ideas clearly, both orally and in writing, and to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Capacity for research and analytical writing.
  • Flexibility and the ability to assist with a variety of tasks based on the needs of the Division.

: Successful candidates will be recruited on a 12-month paid traineeship contract. The positions are based at ICRC headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. There is no expectancy of extension or any subsequent contract with the ICRC.

To apply: Interested candidates should send their complete application in Word or PDF format (cover letter of no more than 700 words and CV), in English to: Ця електронна адреса захищена від спам-ботів. Вам потрібно увімкнути JavaScript, щоб побачити її. (quote reference number: DP_POL2018). Any documents other than the two listed above will not be considered.

In you cover letter, please answer the following questions:

  • How does your background and previous experience relate to this position?
  • What is your interest in applying to this position at the ICRC?Which added value can you bring to the Division and the ICRC?
  • What are your career plans for the future?
  • Do you have any preferences for regions and/or issues which you would like to follow? (NB: this will not be taken into account in your selection process, but used further in the recruitment).

Please be aware that the ICRC has other Traineeship positions with separate application processes (for further information see the ICRC website). The application process for delegates is also a separate one. No information on these can be provided.

Deadline for the receipt of applications is 07.08.2017 (by midnight Swiss time).

Late or incomplete applications, as well as those that do not meet the stated mandatory requirements, will not be considered. Please refrain from applying if you do not fulfil the mandatory criteria listed above.

Owing to the high number of applications, only the selected candidates will be contacted in September 2017 for a written test, which will be followed by a phone interview in late September/October.



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Стажування в Європейському центрі сучасних мов при Раді Європи

Вівторок, 25 липня 2017 00:00 Written by

Traineeships at the ECML

The ECML offers traineeships, lasting in general 6 months, twice a year. According to their field of interest applicants can choose the main area in which they would like to be involved: organisation of events and meetings (Programme), documentation and resources (DRC), the Centre's website (Website) and finances and general administration (Administration).


The ECML has offered traineeships since 1997. The scheme has proved a highly successful means of developing further contacts between the Centre and its member states. Recruiting young professionals from all over Europe to join its team for a short period both reinforces the Centre’s role as a place of international cooperation and promotes an atmosphere of intercultural learning. For the trainees it often represents their first experience of an international organisation. The scheme which the ECML now offers is the result of a learning process and is adapted to meet the needs both of the Centre and the trainees themselves.

Application deadlines

  • 28 February for the period July to December
  • 31 August for the period January to June of the following year

Although we do not systematically follow the careers of our trainees, from our ongoing contacts we see that many have continued to work in the area of international cooperation. We would like to think that their stay at the Centre has influenced their decision in this respect.


Accommodation is not automatically provided by the ECML although the Centre does assist in finding accommodation to cover the trainees' stay in Graz. The majority of trainees are lodged in student halls of residence in Graz, which are reasonably priced and offer the opportunity to meet other young people.

Of course there is always the possibility of finding private accommodation through newspaper advertisements etc. but this may be difficult to organise from a distance and the owners may be unwilling to rent their property for a period of only 6 months.

Working conditions

The ECML is centrally located five-minutes walking distance from the heart of Graz. The large open-plan offices are well equipped helping to create an informal and friendly working environment. In terms of hours spent at the ECML - a working week consists of 38 hours and 45 minutes which means you will have time to explore what Graz and the surrounding regions or even countries have to offer!



The trainees are entitled to 2 days leave per month, which means a total of 12 days for the six-month period. It is possible to take more than 2 days at a time although leave should be scheduled taking into account work commitments in consultation with the relevant colleague.


The selected trainees receive a formal letter of acceptance from the ECML informing them about the duration and the conditions of the internship. Normally, this letter is sufficient for nationalities, requiring a visa to enter Austria. In case of problems regarding the visa, the ECML can directly intervene with the relevant Austrian embassy.Formalities

Since 1 January 2006, trainees who are not citizens of the European Union must obtain a residence permit (Aufenthaltsbewilligung) from the relevant Austrian embassy. If a trainee intends to stay more than 6 months (i.e. beyond the duration of his/her traineeship at the ECML), he/she can obtain the necessary permit only from the Styrian government after his/her arrival in Graz. In all cases, the purpose of the stay corresponds to a special case of employment from the law on the employment of foreigners. The ECML will assist you in the submission of the application.

Right after the arrival in Graz it is necessary to "declare" the length of your stay in Austria to the local authorities. For this purpose the trainees must fill out the Meldezettel form that the ECML will provide. The Meldezettel must be signed by the keeper of the residence where the trainees stay.



The trainees receive a subsistence allowance of about € 720 per month. This amount is reduced upon a pro rata basis for the first and/or last month of the traineeship in case the trainee officially begins later than the first day of the month and/or ends the traineeship before the last day. The allowance is paid by the Council of Europe at the end of every month, so if the trainee starts work on July 1st, the payment will not arrive until July 31st. This can be a problem at the beginning of the stay as a deposit and an advance payment are often required for the accommodation; the Centre offers financial support so that newcomers do not get into financial problems because of their internship.

Travel costs to and from the ECML are not covered by the Centre.

Most trainees find it convenient to open a student account at a local bank in Graz. A valid passport, a student card and the Meldezettel are the only documents required for this purpose.



Each month an amount of approximately € 20 is deducted from the allowance of the trainees to cover the insurance costs during their stay. This insurance covers medical expenses during the traineeship. The Centre will provide you with more detailed information on health insurance after your arrival.



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Оплачуване стажування в США

Неділя, 23 липня 2017 00:00 Written by

Paid Internships

Internship Description: Americans for Tax Reform offers the chance to work alongside some of the best political advocates in Washington, as well as the opportunity for increasing responsibility. Interns are assigned to work on policy issues side by side with members of our staff. As a key part of the ATR team, interns work on projects such as the Taxpayer Protection Pledge (both federal and state candidates pledge not to raise taxes) and tax battles across the country.

Many interns due to their work have been showcased on Drudge Report, The Daily Caller, The Washington Times, and other political publications!

Qualifications: Applicants must be organized, responsible, independent, and effective under deadlines.  Exceptional written, social media, and oral communication skills are essential. Interns are required to have a professional demeanor and phone manner. Applicants should have a strong interest in tax reform and economic policy, and a fundamental orientation toward liberty.

ATR accepts applications from undergraduate and graduate students of all majors. Full-time and part-time interns are paid hourly. The positions can be taken for credit through the applicant's home university or college, coinciding with spring, summer, and fall semester dates. Please note that priority is given to those who can make a 12-14 week internship commitment for the fall, spring, and summer semesters.


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Дослідницьке стажування в Японії від Cannon

Середа, 28 червня 2017 00:00 Written by

Research Fellowships

Annually, the Canon Foundation in Europe grants up to 15 Fellowships to highly qualified European and Japanese researchers. European Fellows are expected to pursue a period of research in Japan whereas Japanese Fellows are expected to do their research in Europe.

Canon Foundation Fellowships are for a minimum period of three months up to maximum of one year.

We support all fields of research. There are no limitations or restrictions. Applicants do not have to be currently enrolled or employed at the time of applying.

Canon Fellows from Europe are free to choose their host institutes and hosts in Japan. The same freedom is given to Japanese Canon Fellows coming to Europe. Canon Foundation Research Fellowships may be applied for when an agreement on co-operation and on a research plan has been reached between the guest researcher and the proposed host institution.

Applications can also be submitted by members of commercial, industrial, governmental or professional organisations.


All Europeans are eligible to apply (including Israel, Turkey, Balkan and Baltic countries).

Europeans should have permanent citizenship in the country.

Applicants should have obtained at least a Master's degree within the last ten years of applying to the Canon Foundation. We will also consider candidates who obtained their qualification more than ten years ago as long as they provide further supporting information in their application.

Please note that priority is given to applicants going to Europe and Japan for the first time.

Application procedure for Fellowships

The annual deadline for applications is September 15. Consideration of the applications takes several months. The Selection Committee's final decisions will be emailed to applicants before the end of December of that year. Therefore, the earliest possible date to begin the Fellowship is January 1 of the following year.

It is important to note that no correspondence is entered into by the Foundation in regard to decisions taken on any individual application and in view of the large number of applicants, no negative inference should be drawn from the failure of a candidate to secure a Fellowship.

The financial support for Research Fellows ranges from 22,500 Euro to 27,500 Euro per year and pro-rata for different periods. The Canon Foundation gives priority to those who plan to travel to Europe or Japan rather than prolong a current stay.

Applications should be made through our online application form. After registering, you will be directed to the application form.

Please check here for the list of documents which need to be uploaded before your application can be submitted.

Success rate

The average success rate is around 10%. Funding decisions are based on the quality of the research plan, the reference letters and the host confirmation. The success rate is not influenced by gender, age and nationality. Between 1990 - 2016, a total of 363 Canon Research Fellowships were granted. 221 European Fellows and 142 Japanese Fellows were sponsored. European Fellows come from some 27 countries.



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Стажування в Раді з Прав Людини ООН

Вівторок, 27 червня 2017 00:00 Written by

Internship Programme

OHCHR advertises for specific internship opportunities. Please visit the UN Careers website to see current internship opportunities with OHCHR.

Internship dates and duration

To be eligible for an internship with OHCHR, you have to apply through the UN Careers website . When completing your application, kindly indicate a time period in the current year when you are available to start your internship. If you would like to be eligible to start your internship in 2017, please apply between October 2016 and 30 September 2017.

Purpose of the internship programme

Internships for graduate students are available at the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR). These internships are intended to:

  1. increase the intern's understanding of current human rights issues at the international level and give them an insight into the work of the United Nations and OHCHR in particular; and
  2. provide OHCHR and the United Nations Human Rights mechanisms with the assistance and contribution of outstanding young students or graduates.

The relationship between the Organization and the intern is one of mutual benefit. Interns are assigned to an organizational unit of OHCHR according to the needs of the Office and their own areas of interest. They are involved, inter alia, in: researching human rights issues, drafting analytical papers and reports, providing substantive and technical servicing of meetings, backstopping fact-finding and technical cooperation activities as well as field operations and supporting other OHCHR activities, depending on the exigencies of the Office. As part of the internship programme, OHCHR endeavours to brief interns through a series of information sessions on human rights issues conducted by staff of the Office.

Qualifications required

Please keep in mind that even if you meet the qualifications described below, there is no guarantee of an internship. You will be contacted directly by the Hiring Manager if you are selected.
Applicants to the United Nations internship programme must at the time of application meet one of the following requirements:

  1. Be enrolled in a graduate school programme (second university   degree or equivalent, or higher);
  2. Be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree programme (minimum Bachelor’s level or equivalent);
  3. Have graduated with a university degree (as defined in 3.1 (a) and (b) above) and, if selected, must commence the internship within a one-year period of graduation, as provided for in section 11.4 of the present instruction.


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