The World Bank Internship offers highly motivated and successful individuals an opportunity to improve their skills while working in a diverse environment. This Internship typically seeks candidates in the following fields: economics, finance, human development, social science, agriculture, environment, private sector development, and other related fields.
CNN offers internships at their central London Bureau, where they help to bring the news to more than 250 million homes around the world. The company is looking for people with fresh ideas, innovative viewpoints, a willingness to work hard, and a commitment to the highest standards of journalism. Applications must be received by 1st of November.
Facebook is searching for software engineering and digital advertising interns. The role of solutions engineering intern is for engineers who love to build products and work with partners to realize the full potential of those products. The deadline for applications is on 15th of September.
SWP offers a number of three-month full-time internships for highly motivated students. The organization is interested in attracting young academics in political science and related social sciences (economics, law, administration, occasionally also regional studies, ethnology, or journalism). The deadline is on 30 September 2017 for an internship starting no earlier than December 2017 and on 31 December 2017 for an internship starting no earlier than March 2018.
WWF has an opening through its Youth Volunteer Internship Programme for a Research Officer, Human Wildlife Conflict Mitigation volunteer/intern for a 4-month assignment with the WWF Romania Bison Hillock. Deadline to apply is 10th of August.
Applications are invited for Zentrum Digitaleisierung.Bayern (ZD.B) Fellowships to pursue a Ph.D. programme. The application documents must be submitted in electronic form by August 31th in German or English.
Paid Traineeship in Switzerland by the Policy and Humanitarian Diplomacy Division of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) offers five traineeship positions for a period of one year, starting either in January, February or March 2018. The deadline for applications is on 7th of August.
Since 2012, an international Prize for Contemporary African Photography (CAP) has been awarded annually to five artists – photographers who either have created their work in Africa or have based their work on the Africa diaspora. The time has come to choose the youth who will be awarded this great international achievement in 2017. The list of 25 artists who have made it to the final cut has been published, and their work has been marked as the beginning of a new African school of photography.
Dorotea Santo is a freelance photographer based in Novi Sad, Serbia, but her photographs are taken in all parts of the world. She studied applied photography in Serbia at the same time the she volunteered in 8 projects. Up to the present time she has had around 20 exhibitions, she has gotten 2 awards, and she has participated in the Noah project. In this interview she explains what it actually means to be a freelancer, how your regular day or weekend looks, and why it is so important to be online in this job. She also answers questions about how she manages to stand out from the crowd, how to survive without a salary before you get recognized, and she offers tips for newbie freelancers.
How to use all the technical advantages of the XXI century and remain the first and the best? This and many other questions were answered by communication specialists from Google, The Economist, CNN International, BBC News, Wochit, Czech radio, Radio Liberty, and many others during the News Impact Summit, which was held in Prague in mid-October.