We do not currently have any positions available, including internships.We anticipate recruiting for six-month paid traineeship position based in Brussels in early 2022, for a start in Spring 2022. Please check back in on this page in January 2022 for more details.
The information on UNPO internships below is kept up only for information purposes regarding how we arrange our internship programme, but we do not anticipate having space for any new internships until at least the summer of 2022.
We ask that you do not submit applications either for internships or a traineeship with us at this time. Your applications will not be read or responded to.
Internships with the UNPO
Internships with the UNPO typically last between three and six months. Interns should either be current students who receive academic credit for the internship towards graduation, or current students or recent graduates who have outside funding for the internship (e.g. EU Erasmus funding, fellowship funding from US law schools or programmes, rotary scholars, etc.).
We are interested in candidates from a variety of academic disciplines, seeking only that interns show a true commitment to unrepresented and marginalized communities. We are open to designing an internship programme that fits well with whatever academic discipline the intern comes from.
Whlie the majority of internships take place in our Brussels Headquarters, we are open to remote working arrangements. Interns may work closely with staff located in the Brussels office or our team members located in North America or in Geneva.
To apply for an internship please send a cover letter, c.v., and writing sample (in English) to [email protected]. Please include "Internship" in the subject line of the email.
We typically receive very high volumes of applications for internships. As a result, we are unfortunately not able to give feedback to individual applicants except for those who have been interviewed for a placement.