ACER offers internships to young graduated in its HQ in Ljubljana, giving the unique opportunity to work for a european agency making valuable experience in many different fields.


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Organization: The Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (hereinafter referred to as “the Agency”) is a European Union (“EU”) body, legally established by Regulation (EC) No 713/20091 and operational since 2011. The Agency is central to the liberalisation of the EU's electricity and natural gas markets. The purpose of the Agency is to assist National Regulatory Authorities (“NRAs”) in exercising, at Union level, the regulatory tasks that they performed in the Member States and, where necessary, to coordinate their action.


Duty Station: Ljubljana, Slovenia


Open To: Candidates with a Bachelor’s degree 


Timeframe: 6 months


Deadline: Open


Job description: The Traineeship Programme is mainly targeted to young university graduates, without excluding those who, in the framework of lifelong learning, have recently obtained a university degree and are at the beginning of a new professional career.

The Agency offers traineeship positions in all of its five departments and in the Director’s Office, according to the following profiles:

  • Press and Communications
  • Human Resources
  • IT
  • Policies
  • Market Analysis
  • Data Analysis

In the table inside the official call paper, applicants can find the academic degree requirements and the core tasks related to each profile.

Applicants shall note that the specific profile of the traineeship positions will be identified in the offer letter sent to the selected candidates; the tasks of the Trainee might be further tailored to the individual profiles after the start of the traineeship.

The Trainees may be required to assist in other areas of activity, depending on the needs of the service and their profile and experience.


Qualifications: To be admitted to the Traineeship Programme, applicants shall, by the starting date of a specific traineeship period:

  1. Be 18 years of age or older;
  2. Be nationals of a Member State of the European Union;
  3. Have language skills at level C1 for the first language (thorough knowledge) and at level B2 for the second language (satisfactory knowledge), these level being defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
  4. Have a level of education which corresponds to completed university studies attested by a diploma, when the normal period of university education is three years or more,

(Only study titles that have been awarded in EU Member States or that are subject to the equivalence certificates issued by the authorities in the said Member States shall be taken into consideration.);

  1. Degree in journalism, communications, social science, law, economics and similar.


Wage/Fees: For the Traineeship Programme related to this call for expression of interest, the monthly grant amounts to 600 EUR.


Application process: For applications to be valid, applicants must submit:

  • An application Form for the Traineeship Programme (available on the ACER website)
  • A copy of the university diploma(s),

Please do not submit any other supporting documents at this stage of the procedure.

Applications should be sent in English and by email to the following functional mailbox: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., quoting the reference of this call in the subject of the notice.

On the application form, please clearly indicate a maximum of two profiles for which you are applying for.

In order to facilitate the selection process, all communication to applicants concerning this vacancy will be in English.

This call for expression of interest is open-ended, there is no deadline for applications.


Useful links: Call for applications


Contact Information: For further informations, please refer to the call for applications.


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Would you like to do an internship at the only radio school in Europe? Every year, Euradio welcomes two ‘European teams’ from September to February and from February to June. What are you waiting for? Don't miss this unique opportunity, send your application!

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Organization: Based in Nantes since 2007 and Lille since 2018, Euradio is unique in Europe: its aim is to talk about European current affairs in a concrete and accessible way. This information is produced daily by a team of 5 to 7 interns and volunteers coming from all four corners of Europe surrounded by professionals in the field. Euradio is expanding on a national level, with the aim of having a network of 15 local offices in large French and European cities by 2020. Members of the journalistic team are thus brought in to develop their ability to network and collaborate with numerous correspondents.

Duty Station: Nantes - Lille, France

Open To: Students journalism, communication, European affairs or Political Science




1st semester                 From 26th of August 2019 until 31rd of January 2020
2nd semester                From 3rd of February 2020 until 3rd July 2020

Deadline: Euradio accepts applications all year round


Job description: 

What is it like to do an internship at Euradio?

Every student that joins Euradio receives full training spanning from learning the editorial process to knowing how to operate the radio, led by Simon Marty and Eugène Sandoz. Speaking into the microphone, leading an interview, editing an audio recording… these are some of the many techniques which are taught by its passionate technician Laurent Petetin, who has more than 35 years of radio experience. This type of editorial training is unique in Europe. By allowing its interns to lead and present their own daily show, Euradio offers them the chance to truly immerse themselves within a professional editing team.

A unique professional opportunity : with nearly 100 hours on air throughout the internship, its young journalists build up a bank of professional knowledge. Local, national and European political figures are regularly invited to speak live on air and over the phone, both in the studios and even within the European Parliament in Strasbourg. The editing team will therefore leave Euradio with European and even international contacts. Since 2007, there have been more than 200 journalists from thirty different countries who have presented at the radio school. Some of them now work for companies such as the BBC, Deutsche Welle, RTBF, Reuters, The Telegraph, Radio Sweden, ORF, Hit West…



- A good level of French;

- To be studying either journalism, communication, European affairs or Political Science in higher education;

- You must have a convention de stage (learning agreement for traineeships);

- To be interested in questions surrounding Europe.



Around 500€ per month alongside other financial aid such as the Erasmus+ grant.

Application process: 

Send a CV, cover letter and an audio recording of the article provided in French and send it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

A telephone interview will be organised with some candidates.

If you are selected, your convention de stage will be signed and you will be ready to join the team !

Useful links:  

Euradio Internship




Contact Information: 

Simon Marty / Eugène Sandoz

Coordinator for the editing/journalism team.

+33 (0)2 40 20 92 55

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"The challenge of education and communication in Palestine"

How the Embassy of Palestine in Italy is trying to face with occupation problem and society issues

Carolina Zincone works at the Embassy of Palestine in Italy as a responsible of media and communication. In this role she aims to raise awareness on what’s going on in Palestine. In fact she said that: It is crucial to know”. Her first aim is to spread knowledge on the situation in Palestine. The difficult they find in communication is the unfair game of other ambassadors; very often when it is an initiative organised by an NGO, for example Gaza and West Bank, the communication of the other states is strong and direct. She thinks instead that it is important to let people know what’s going on and not to forbid other people initiatives. She said: “The problem is that you try to communicate but then there is a sort of censorship of what you do”.

She talks in particular about education and what problems students have to face with everyday such as army aggression, school demolition and several unjustified attacks, but the main problem is the occupation that causes students difficulties not only in their studies but also in their lives because they lost their parents and friends , who were killed by occupants.

What the Embassy does, is not simply talking about people that have been killed or people that have been arrested, they want to say that the Palestinian people have many things that could be considered, they have a lot to say and to show and this occupation is an obstacle to this , and they shouldn’t be considered only as victims.

 About her work, Carolina Zincone was firstly a volunteer of UN , she said volunteering is a great experience , very interesting , they try to listen to your wishes, try to send you to place that you’re interested in and ask you to do things that you are suitable for. It is really interesting because you are in touch with local population we learn many things and I suggest to anyone interested in the work of international organisations should try to have this experience.

So it is important to know and be aware of what it is going on, in order to find out solutions and to give help. It is important to get information about conflicts around the world and to try to solve them with the aim of respect human rights and dignity.


Valeria Passaro

Emerson Caetano

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