The German Marshall Fund of the United States, Brussels Office is accepting on a rolling basis traineeship applications to help with its programming activities. Candidates must be eligible for Erasmus + program funding provided by their universities, or other similar grants through their governments/national institutions . Learn more about the Erasmus + funding opportunity by the European Commission here (http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/index_en.htm) and consult your university.
It is the candidate's responsibility to inquire with their university regarding eligibility prior to applying for the position. The German Marshall Fund of the United States does not bear any responsibility in initiating the Erasmus + funding procedure.
The trainee will work closely with senior GMF staff to provide research, logistical and administrative support. Trainees will be on flexible work plans where they assist multiple programs based on their background and interests and the program’s availability and needs.The traineeship is a unique opportunity to be in close contact with the international policy community. Trainees can benefit from the Brussels environment and attend various EU related events. Trainees will also receive insights into office administration, database and events logistics.
Candidates must be eligible for Erasmus+ program funding, or other similar grants.
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GMF’s Brussels office offers three starting dates for traineeships:
Candidates can only apply to one selection period at a time, to be explicitly mentioned in the application. All traineeships last 6 months.
Due to the high volume of responses, we will only contact candidates of interest.
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