Are you a professional who wants to shape the world’s next economy? Would you like to create new products and services to boost the low carbon economy? Ready to step outside your comfort zone and look at things differently? Climate KIC invite aspiring pioneers and potential hosting organisations to apply to Climate-KIC’s professional mobility programme Pioneers into Practice.

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Organization: EIT Climate-KIC is a European knowledge and innovation community, working to accelerate the transition to zero-carbon economy. Pioneers into Practice is the European Climate-KIC program of professional mobility that aims to promote the development of new skills and the creation of innovative and effective projects in the fight against climate change. Every year a selected group of experts from the most diverse disciplines, is guided in a training course that aims to free creativity and new skills, to get to consolidate them in innovative projects. The ambitious goal of Pioneers into Practice is to support and nurture a new generation of low-carbon innovators capable of understanding and managing the transition to a low-carbon society.


Duty Station: fifteen European locations for the complete list check on website


Open To: all those students and degrees students


Timeframe: the Pioneers programme runs from May through to November and consists of a 4-6 week placement


Deadline: expires on 11 April 2019


Job description: the Pioneers program interweaves theory and practice, professional growth and teamwork, regional priorities and European perspectives. During the program, each pioneer receives training on the topics of Transition and System Thinking, new business models, adaptation and mitigation to climate change, work experience abroad (4-6 weeks) in an organization candidate, collaborates in exercises and group work, builds a network of professional relationships and knowledge. Pioneers into Practice is a unique opportunity for professional exchange and networking in a European network of experts and organizations in the public, private, research and non-profit sectors involved in the fight against climate change.


Qualifications: the requirements to participate to the Pioneers programme are:

- to live in one of the participating locations;
- to have a University degree related to the field of climate change and/or sustainability OR other equivalent degree in another field is desirable;
- to have at least 2 years of working/voluntary experience in a field related to climate change and/or sustainability;
- to be committed to help tackle climate change and to be part of a community of like minded professionals putting together influential and entrepreneurial climate change plans;
- to be able to complete all elements of the programme (eLearning, workshops, group project, placement);
- to possess advanced English language skills (at least B2 equivalent);
- not to have been a Pioneer in the last three years;

Wage/fees: not specificated


Application process: For the application to Pioneers programme is required to create a Climate-KIC passport to be able to submit your application. As part of the application process, you will be asked for the following information:

- contact information;
- education background;
- language skills;
- project experience;
- fields of interest;
- CV in Europass format;

- you will need to create a profile and sign in before you can complete the application form;
- you will need to complete your application in English;

Useful links:

Link Offert
About Pioneers Programme


Contact Information: For contact the Pioneers Programme, check in the contact list


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The World Trade Organization offers the possibility to attend an Internship Programme to post-graduates students! Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity! Apply now!


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Organization: The World Trade Organization (WTO) is the only global international organization dealing with the rules of trade between nations. At its heart are the WTO agreements, negotiated and signed by the bulk of the world’s trading nations and ratified in their parliaments. The goal is to ensure that trade flows as smoothly, predictably and freely as possible. The WTO has many roles: it operates a global system of trade rules, it acts as a forum for negotiating trade agreements, it settles trade disputes between its members and it supports the needs of developing countries.  While the WTO is driven by its member states, it could not function without its Secretariat to coordinate the activities. The Secretariat employs over 600 staff, and its experts — lawyers, economists, statisticians and communications experts — assist WTO members on a daily basis to ensure, among other things, that negotiations progress smoothly, and that the rules of international trade are correctly applied and enforced. Roberto Azevêdo is the sixth Director-General of the WTO. His appointment took effect on 1 September 2013 for a four-year term. In February 2017, WTO members agreed to appoint Mr Azevêdo for a second four-year term, starting on 1 September 2017


Duty Station: Geneva


Open To: Post-graduate students from WTO member and observer countries


Timeframe: Up to a maximum of six months


Deadline: Open and the recruitment for the traineeship programme is on an ongoing basis.


Job description: The WTO Internship Programme is intended to enhance the individual's understanding of the WTO and of trade policy more generally. However, internships include opportunities in other specialist areas, such as finance, human resources, language services, IT and communications. The division to which the intern is assigned determines the precise nature of the work to be undertaken


Qualifications: The ideal candidate should meet the following requirements:

- Being a national of a WTO member state or a country or customs territory engaged in accession negotiations;

-Having completed his/her undergraduate studies in a relevant discipline (Economics, Trade Law, Statistics, Trade Policy, Languages, Information Management, Administration and Information Communication and External Relations) and having  completed at least one year of his/her postgraduate studies;

-Having a proficiency in English;

-Having at least 21 years old and a maximum of 30 years old during the internship;

Wage/fees: Interns receive a daily allowance of CHF 60 (including weekends and official holidays falling within the selected period)


Application process: To apply it is necessary to submit an application through This Link  and only candidates selected for an interview are contacted


Useful Information: Travel expenses to and from Geneva cannot be paid by the WTO, and such travel is not covered by the Organization's insurance. Medical health insurance coverage is mandatory for participants in internships. Individuals can either take out their own insurance or opt to be insured by the WTO's insurance arrangement, which costs approximately USD 36.62 per month


Useful links:

Link to the Offer


World Trade Organization


Contact Information: For any kind of information please visit the Following Page


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You can’t lose the opportunity to work and have fun participating in the Academic Exchange Program where you’ll have the opportunity to gain job experience in the fabulous Walt Disney World® Resort


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Organization/Company: the Academic Exchange Program is part of Disney’s International Programs  and enables you to take courses of study as you gain academic training at Walt Disney World® Resort. As part of this program, you'll have the opportunity to learn directly from some of the most talented entertainment and guest service professionals in the industry. Participants will expand their education, network with experts, and make lifelong connections with people from around the world. One of the most unique aspects of Disney International Programs is just how international they really are. Every day, you'll have the experience of living and working with cast members from all over the world


Duty Station:  Orlando, Florida


Open To: people:

- at least 18 years of age at time of application submission

- engaged in an appropriate course of study


Timeframe: not specified


Deadline: not mentioned


Job description: as part of the program, you'll have the opportunity to take courses at the U.S. host college or university. This program offers different job positions that can be checked on the program's page following the link below, or following the links one by one here listed:


character attendant

character perfomer



front desk



quick service food and beverage

full service food and beverage seater

Regarding the courses you can follow while working during this exchange, you can check the subsequent link where you will find all the infos needed:

course information


Qualifications: there aren’t many qualifications that are necessary to participate. The few ones mentioned are:

to participate in the Academic Exchange Program, your academic institution must have an exchange partnership with a participating U.S. college or university

- to speak fluent English

- to be currently enrolled and in good academic standing at a participating international college or university

- to be able to exit the United States and return home upon completion of the program


Wage/Fees: not mentioned  


Application process: to apply you’ll need to register on the Disney’s web page at the following link:

Link to register


Useful links:

Academic Exchange Program page

Contact information: all contacts may be found on the program’s page uplisted


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The multicultural NGO Alkarama is always looking for interns to join its staff, offering two different internships’ programme: legal internship and media internship. Choose the most suitable programme for you and work with a young  non-governmental human rights organisation based in Geneva!


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Organisation: Alkarama is a Geneva-based non-governmental human rights organisation established in 2004 to assist all those in the Arab world subjected to or at risk of extrajudicial execution, enforced disappearance, torture, and arbitrary detention. Acting as a bridge between individual victims and international human rights mechanisms, Alkarama works towards an Arab world where all individuals live in freedom and dignity, and are protected by the rule of law. Alkarama brings pro bono legal assistance to victims of the most serious human rights violations, without any discrimination. The organisation focuses its efforts on violations of the right to life, human dignity, physical integrity and freedoms such as extrajudicial executions, enforced disappearances, torture, and arbitrary detention. Using the international human rights mechanisms and working closely with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR ), Alkarama documents individual cases of violations through direct contact with the victims, their families or lawyers, and submits complaints on their behalf to the United Nations (UN) Special Procedures and Treaty Bodies, asking them to intervene with the State in question to put an end to these violations. Alkarama also brings media attention to the cases and situations it covers, helping victims to have their voices heard and shedding light on the human rights situation of a country, through press releases as well as public reports and analyses published in various media outlets. In order to reach a broader audience, Alkarama increasingly relies on social media, particularly Twitter and Facebook.


Where: Geneva, Switzerland


Open to:

Legal Internship: people with master degree in law or social sciences with an international law component

Media Internship: people with degree in journalism, communications, human rights or international relations


When: from January to June or from July to December


Deadline: The openings are usually advertised in October for the January-June internship and April for the July-December internship.


Job Description: Alkarama’s internship programme – in both our Legal and Communication departments – provides opportunities for young graduates with an interest in the Arab world to gain experience in a multicultural NGO, working in cooperation with the United Nations, to defend victims of human rights violations in the MENA region. Alkarama’s interns have the opportunity to contribute significantly to the work of the organisation, thus gaining a valuable experience that can be carried forward through the rest of their careers. Alkarama offers full-time internships lasting for six months in its Geneva headquarters.


The work of legal interns includes a variety of tasks such as research, interviewing of victims and recording of testimonies, drafting of complaints for submission to the UN human rights protection mechanisms, attendance and note-taking at UN conferences including the Human Rights Council, the Universal Periodic Review and the sessions of the Treaty Bodies, synthesizing of information about individual cases of human rights violations, and drafting of reports.


The media intern is working closely with his/her colleagues of both the legal and media departments. The work includes writing news stories for Alkarama’s website, publishing articles, maintaining and monitoring social media networks (Twitter/Facebook) and media contacts’ database. The intern is also expected to contribute to the production of audio-visual work.




The ideal legal intern holds a Masters degree in law or social sciences with an international law component, speaks and writes fluently French or English with preferably a working knowledge of the other, with Arabic being a valuable asset. The applicant should also have strong analytical and writing skills and a demonstrated interest in human rights and the Middle East.



The ideal communications intern holds a degree in journalism, communications, human rights or international relations, previous experience in a news, communications or campaigning organisation, a good understanding of social media and multimedia tools. The intern must also have an excellent command of English, with preferably a working knowledge of French and/or Arabic and a demonstrated interest in politics and the media in the Arab world.


Wage: paid


Application process: when available, the application form will be on this site


Useful Links:



Useful Contacts:

Alkarama Foundation | 150 route de Ferney

CH-1211 Genève 2

Phone: +41 22 734 1006

Fax: +41 22 734 1034

Edited by Barbara Parisse


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