Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) is offering full-time internship in Germany for students and recent graduates. Students, who are interested in gaining first-hand experience in public policy research and consulting are encouraged to apply. GPPi will do its best in matching the qualifications and interests of interns with research and consulting projects to which they can contribute most. Interns will get €250-per-month. Interns should have project management skills.
Field of Internship: Internship in Germany is available for students and recent graduates interested in gaining first-hand experience in public policy research and consulting. GPPi interns will contribute in the thematic programs Rising Powers & Global Governance or Peace and Security
Course Level: Internship
Internship Provider: Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi)
Internship can be taken at: Germany
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-must be highly motivated to work independently in a demanding think tank environment that requires excellent research and analysis
-should have project management skills.
-must be proficient in both oral and written English.
-knowledge of German is a plus but not a prerequisite.
Internship Open for International Students: No
Is this paid internship? Yes
What does it cover? Interns will get €250-per-month and contribution to living expenses for those not receiving a funding for their internship.
Internship Description: Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) is an independent think tank based in Berlin. Their mission is to develop innovative strategies for effective and accountable governance and to achieve lasting impact at the interface of the public sector, business and civil society through research, consulting and debate. GPPi will do their best in matching the qualifications and interests of interns with research and consulting projects to which they can contribute most.
Number of awards offered: Not known.
Internship Duration: The minimum duration is six weeks of full-time working hours.
Notification: Shortlisted candidates will be asked for writing samples. Depending on their background and interests, GPPi interns will contribute to one of thematic programs among Rising Powers & Global Governance or Peace and Security.
How to Apply: Applicants can apply via email. Candidates should submit their CV with a brief statement of purpose outlining what they expect from an internship and what they would bring to GPPi.
Internship Application Deadline: At present GPPi is accepting applications for September 2014 and beyond.