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If you are interested in European issues, want to use the opportunity to engage in pan-European research and have the necessary basic knowledge about EU institutions, then this opportunity is definitely for you! Speaking additional European languages (French, Italian, Spanish, Lithuanian, Swedish, Polish, Greek, or Danish) is an advantage.
You would be working with a multinational team based in ten capitals of Europe, deliver support for our research team, come up with new social media outreach methods and generally help out our staff by conducting meaningful work. Furthermore, you would have the opportunity to pursue your own research and get published on our blog.
Candidates interested in the opportunity should be able to commit for a minimum three days per week – ideally more – for a time span of at least eight weeks. Applicants are accepted on a rolling basis. The current recruitment is for Q3 of 2020 (July – September).
Please send your CV and a short cover letter outlining your area of interest in European policy making and EPICENTER itself to Adam Bartha at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that this internship opportunity is unpaid.