Czech NGO offers paid internships for Roma - deadline is 9 November
If you would like to achieve or change something in your life, the nonprofit organization Slovo 21 has a unique opportunity for you that may never repeat itself. Romani college students or recent college graduates interested in intensifying their professional skills and applying them in their own lives, personal and professional, now have the opportunity to apply for paid internships.
The chosen candidates will work at firms, institutions such as the Embassy of the United States of America in Prague, or at nonprofit organizations. The internship is nine months long (60 hours per month), and individualized schedules can be agreed.
The internships will begin on 1 January 2017 or even earlier if necessary. You choose the place you would like to be an intern, according to your own focus and interests - it can even be in your own town!
The interns will be supported with a financial stipend. Those interested should send their CV and a brief motivational letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ATTENTION! DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 9 NOVEMBER 2016.
This is an opportunity to:
- Launch your future career
- Use what you've learned in practice and acquire practical experience
- Gain professional experience that distinguishes you from other college graduates
- Increase your chances on the labor market
- Find part-time work you can combine with your studies
- Make new contacts
- Receive a certificate and written recommendation after successful completion of the internship
- Receive a stipend during the course of the internship.
Those interested should send their CV and brief motivational letter explaining where they would like to be an intern to email@example.com. The organization will contact you within two weeks of receiving your application.
If you would like to learn more about how these interships run, please look at the website of this project - "Odborné stáže pro budoucí romské profesionály". The project is being implemented by Slovo 21, z. s. in collaboration with the Embassy of the United States of America in Prague.
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