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Cultural Diplomacy in Berlin are a non-profit organisation who are committed to promoting cultural diplomacy and strengthening cultural relations between countries. We would like to introduce you to the Berlin Global Voluntary Internship Project we run. We are looking for potential applicants from the United Kingdom for the internship and would appreciate your advertising of this internship to the students and people at your institution.
Seeking: Students who are looking to apply for summer internships in the field of Cultural Diplomacy or International Relations, as well as students looking to apply for a year abroad in Germany.
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SPAIN - Erasmus Traineeship @ Official School of Languages of Segovia (3-8 months)
Starting between 1 October 2019 - 28 February 2020
Ending on 31 May 2020
10-15 hours per week between 4-9pm
English Busy Bee Academy in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, is offering work placements with a variety of mentored roles for entrepreneurial business, language and teaching students.
This is a great opportunity to be involved in an expanding academy offering after-school and Saturday morning classes for young learners, adults and business clients.
WORLDWIDE INTERNSHIPS - paid internships as Language Teaching Assistants at schools & summer camps worldwide
What is a language assistant?
A language assistant or also known as conversation assistant is a speaker in charge of talking to students in the target language and share his/her culture.
Founded in 2016, the Guild is comprised of nineteen of Europe’s most distinguished research-intensive universities in fourteen countries, and is dedicated to enhancing the voice of academic institutions, their researchers and their students. The Guild is committed to the pursuit of excellence, the importance of truth-seeking and trust-building as the foundation of public life, and the creation of new knowledge for the benefit of society, culture, and economic growth.
The University of Warwick is a member of The Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities.
The Guild team includes up to two Erasmus+ trainees (Junior Policy Officers) selected from applications from member universities.
With the current JPOs traineeship coming to an end this summer, the Guild are looking to recruit new trainees: one opening we are hoping to fill between August and October , and then more places from January -March 2019.