Policy Center for Roma and Minorities, with support from the European Union, launches the second call for internship positions for young Roma professionals. As part of the European pilot awareness raising campaign REACT – Make Europe a better place for Roma (http://www.policycenter.eu/raising-awareness-on-roma-issues), Policy Center invests in young Roma who are interested in the fields of active citizenship, development, education, social inclusion and Roma communities.
The selected applicants will be offered the opportunity to work in the European campaign, with the possibility of further involvement in the other activities of the Policy Center.
The Policy Center, a centre of expertise within the ERGO network, will provide the selected candidates with the opportunity to improve their skills and enhance their capacity and know-how in developing awareness-campaigns, communication strategies, financial management, leadership, educational and social policies.
- Roma ethnic background;
- Basic knowledge of English is a plus;
- Relevant motivation or B.A. in Social Sciences and related fields;
- Experience in NGO may constitute an advantage;
- Availability to involve on a part time basis in the projects developed within the foundation.
Special internship positions are available in financial management and educational policies analysis/youth work fields.
How to apply
Please submit the application documents enlisted below by January 25, 2011 to email@example.com
· Curriculum vitae (maximum 3 pages);
· One A4 page motivation letter explaining your relevant professional and educational background, the reasons for your interest in this internship and why you feel you should be selected to work in this campaign.
The short-listed candidates will be invited for an interview at the Policy Center office. If you want to view this announcement in Romanian, please follow this link
This communication has been produced with support from the European Union. The contents of this communication are the sole responsibility of the Policy Center for Roma and Minorities and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.