The purpose of the UNESCO Internship programme is to offer selected graduate and postgraduate students in a field related to the work of UNESCO the opportunity to supplement their academic knowledge with practical work assignments and to enable them to gain a better understanding of UNESCO’s mandate and programmes.
- Students enrolled in a graduate or post-graduate degree program in a university or equivalent institution at the time of application. Applicants pursuing their studies in a country where higher education is not divided into undergraduate and graduate stages must have completed at least 3 years of full-time studies in a university or equivalent institution towards the completion of a degree.
- Applicants must be undertaking studies in areas related to UNESCO’s fields of competence (namely, education, culture, sciences, communication and social sciences) or in other areas which support UNESCO’s work (such as law, human resource management, management studies, international relations, etc.)
- Languages: An excellent knowledge, both written and spoken, of at least one of UNESCO’s working languages (English or French). A working knowledge of the other language is an asset, and may be required of candidates for internships in secretarial/assistant assignments at Headquarters.
- Computer skills: Ability to use computer systems, email and office-related software (MS Office).
- Attitude: An awareness of the many facets of a multicultural world and a commitment to international public service are essential.
- Costs/compensation: UNESCO interns are not paid. All costs related to travel, insurance, accommodation and living expenses must be borne either by the interns or their sponsoring institutions.
- Visa: Interns are responsible for obtaining and financing any necessary visas.
- Travel: Interns must arrange and finance their travel to the location where they will have the internship.
- Medical insurance: Interns are responsible for all costs arising from accidents/illness incurred during an internship. Interns must show proof of a valid major global medical insurance coverage.
- Confidentiality: Any and all unpublished information obtained during the course of the internship must be kept confidential, and interns may not publish any reports or papers based on this information.
- Academic credit: Some institutions of higher education award academic credit for internship programs. Interns should check with their university to confirm its credit policy.
2. Intern – Studios, Walt Disney Studios
Duration 3 months
Responsibilities: The Intern will be working with Studios team assisting in pitching and movie marketing for the upcoming Disney movies. The role will involve creating pitches for branding, detailing sales strategies and categories.
MBA from Marketing background.
3. Student Intern, Intel
– B.E/B.Tech in Computer Science/Information Science.
– Good problem solving/Programming skills.
– Knowledge on Relations Databases.
Responsibilities may be quite diverse of a nonexempt technical nature. U.S. experience and education requirements will vary significantly depending on the unique needs of the job. Job assignments are usually for the summer or for short periods during breaks from school.
Intel’s Information Technology Group (IT) designs, deploys and supports the information technology architecture and hardware/software applications for Intel. This includes the LAN, WAN, telephony, data centers, client PCs, backup and restore, and enterprise applications. IT is also responsible for e-Commerce development, data hosting and delivery of Web content and services. IT-EAAS-EAD India.