European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium
Interested in gaining real-world experience in a European professional context? Looking to deepen your knowledge of the workings of the European Union? Multiple European Union institutions offer internship opportunities for American and other non-EU students.
This internship program offers dynamic individuals the opportunity to learn about the work of one of the EU’s largest and most active diplomatic missions and to develop a comprehensive understanding of the EU-U.S. relationship. Interns hone important skills in the field of international relations and acquire practical experience in a specialized area of the Delegation’s work.
A paid traineeship of 5 months with the European Commission (or some executive bodies and agencies of the European Institutions, e.g. the European External Action Service or Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation), starting on either 1st March or 1st October.
The European Parliament offers several options for traineeships within its Secretariat, to provide opportunities for vocational training and for learning more about what the European Parliament is and does.
The ECB’s traineeship program offers the opportunity to put into practice the knowledge you acquired during your studies and get a better understanding of what working for Europe entails.
Twice a year the European Economic and Social Committee offers traineeships for a period of five months to university graduates.
The EIB offers a limited number of internships for university graduates with less than one year of professional experience who wish to acquire an understanding of the Bank’s work. Internships normally last between one and five months, and are based at the EIB’s headquarters in Luxembourg.
Looking to hire graduate students from the Jackson School who might be interested in short-term teaching assistant opportunities with visiting international student groups.