Monday, November 19, 2012

Internships in the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy

The ICD Internship Project is now five years old, having been officially launched in 2008 and has been successful in achieving its main purpose of enabling like-minded young undergraduates, graduates and professionals to come to Berlin and engage in intercultural and international programs. The internship is an ongoing evolving project and, as such, the ultimate goal of the ICD Internship Project is to enable and empower young professionals to engage in intercultural relations and in so doing, promote multiculturalism worldwide.

The past years of the ICD Internship Project have been witness to interns managing student life in Berlin and being active participants in the multicultural field at the local, national and international levels. Lasting friendships were formed and contacts made, which expanded each intern’s network to all parts of the world. The experience of learning to work together in a truly multicultural and international office environment is a rare and rewarding common experience. The concept of the ICD multicultural office environment is to utilize cultural differences to enable a situation where Cultural Diplomacy is practiced on a daily basis within the office as well as outside the office.

The positioning of ICD in the center of Europe makes it hub for the younger generation and as such one of the ICD’s claims to fame is that it is one of the largest cultural exchange organizations in Europe. One of the main privileges afforded by the ICD’s Internship project is that it is a once in a lifetime experience to work in a young, an interdisciplinary and truly international environment and serves as a model of the success of multiculturalism.

Internship Details


The ICD invites applications from individuals who are coming from the following fields: International Relations, Marketing & PR, Business & Economics, Statistics, Communication& Journalism, Administration, English and Event Management.
ICD Voluntary internships are full time (9:30-17:30), unpaid and last 3 - 6 months. Where leadership and high motivation are shown, and based on the intern's level of experience, knowledge, and education, and after completing a 6 month internship, the ICD will offer the intern to extend the length of the internship for an additional 6 months and will offer scholarship for this extended period. During the extended internship, the ICD will assign additional responsibilities, such as research, development and management of events and programs.
Applicants must have good spoken and written English, (German language skills are considered an advantage and other language skills are an asset). Due to the nature of our work, we place a high value on flexibility, a positive attitude, a strong work ethic, and the ability to work well with others. Applicants must be prepared for a flexible working environment as teams and tasks might alter according to the program agenda.
Please note: due to the large amount of activity and programs that ICD runs throughout the year, Interns at the ICD must be able to work on their own initiative with minimal supervision. Interns work in teams under the direction of a Program Director/Coordinator. In addition, the nature of the work involved means all interns must have access to a personal laptop which they can bring to the office on a daily basis.

Intern Responsibilities


The ICD is able to offer internships on the following activities:

Intern responsibilities include the following activities in the framework of supporting our CD News & Research, young leader's forums programs and our international conferences:
  • Raising awareness and marketing for the programs
  • Acquiring speakers and partners for the programs
  • Executing the weeklong seminars and events that the ICD organizes
  • Event Documentation - conducting Interviews, reporting and documenting ICD events
  • CD News & Research
  • ICD Human Rights Initiatives - journalism, conducting Interviews with notable figures and supporting the ICD initiatives

Internship Benefits


The ICD sees the following benefits of this diversity strategy for the ICD interns:
  • They have the opportunity to learn about the academic theory and the practice of cultural diplomacy around the world.
  • They have the opportunity to make friends and meet others from all parts of the world and to learn how to work in international and diverse teams.
  • They have the opportunity to learn how to work independently and use their own initiatives.
  • They have the opportunity to make professional contacts through the ICD speakers, and partners that they meet which can assist them in their careers in the future.
  • They gain practical experience in the fields of marketing, advertising and organization of international conferences and events.

For further information on the internships offered by the ICD please contact us at internship@culturaldiplomacy.org

Online Application Form


Please click on the link below to be forwarded to our online Application Form: online Application Form
Our partner source: youth-in-action.org

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Monday, November 19, 2012

Internships in the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy

The ICD Internship Project is now five years old, having been officially launched in 2008 and has been successful in achieving its main purpose of enabling like-minded young undergraduates, graduates and professionals to come to Berlin and engage in intercultural and international programs. The internship is an ongoing evolving project and, as such, the ultimate goal of the ICD Internship Project is to enable and empower young professionals to engage in intercultural relations and in so doing, promote multiculturalism worldwide.

The past years of the ICD Internship Project have been witness to interns managing student life in Berlin and being active participants in the multicultural field at the local, national and international levels. Lasting friendships were formed and contacts made, which expanded each intern’s network to all parts of the world. The experience of learning to work together in a truly multicultural and international office environment is a rare and rewarding common experience. The concept of the ICD multicultural office environment is to utilize cultural differences to enable a situation where Cultural Diplomacy is practiced on a daily basis within the office as well as outside the office.

The positioning of ICD in the center of Europe makes it hub for the younger generation and as such one of the ICD’s claims to fame is that it is one of the largest cultural exchange organizations in Europe. One of the main privileges afforded by the ICD’s Internship project is that it is a once in a lifetime experience to work in a young, an interdisciplinary and truly international environment and serves as a model of the success of multiculturalism.

Internship Details


The ICD invites applications from individuals who are coming from the following fields: International Relations, Marketing & PR, Business & Economics, Statistics, Communication& Journalism, Administration, English and Event Management.
ICD Voluntary internships are full time (9:30-17:30), unpaid and last 3 - 6 months. Where leadership and high motivation are shown, and based on the intern's level of experience, knowledge, and education, and after completing a 6 month internship, the ICD will offer the intern to extend the length of the internship for an additional 6 months and will offer scholarship for this extended period. During the extended internship, the ICD will assign additional responsibilities, such as research, development and management of events and programs.
Applicants must have good spoken and written English, (German language skills are considered an advantage and other language skills are an asset). Due to the nature of our work, we place a high value on flexibility, a positive attitude, a strong work ethic, and the ability to work well with others. Applicants must be prepared for a flexible working environment as teams and tasks might alter according to the program agenda.
Please note: due to the large amount of activity and programs that ICD runs throughout the year, Interns at the ICD must be able to work on their own initiative with minimal supervision. Interns work in teams under the direction of a Program Director/Coordinator. In addition, the nature of the work involved means all interns must have access to a personal laptop which they can bring to the office on a daily basis.

Intern Responsibilities


The ICD is able to offer internships on the following activities:

Intern responsibilities include the following activities in the framework of supporting our CD News & Research, young leader's forums programs and our international conferences:
  • Raising awareness and marketing for the programs
  • Acquiring speakers and partners for the programs
  • Executing the weeklong seminars and events that the ICD organizes
  • Event Documentation - conducting Interviews, reporting and documenting ICD events
  • CD News & Research
  • ICD Human Rights Initiatives - journalism, conducting Interviews with notable figures and supporting the ICD initiatives

Internship Benefits


The ICD sees the following benefits of this diversity strategy for the ICD interns:
  • They have the opportunity to learn about the academic theory and the practice of cultural diplomacy around the world.
  • They have the opportunity to make friends and meet others from all parts of the world and to learn how to work in international and diverse teams.
  • They have the opportunity to learn how to work independently and use their own initiatives.
  • They have the opportunity to make professional contacts through the ICD speakers, and partners that they meet which can assist them in their careers in the future.
  • They gain practical experience in the fields of marketing, advertising and organization of international conferences and events.

For further information on the internships offered by the ICD please contact us at internship@culturaldiplomacy.org

Online Application Form


Please click on the link below to be forwarded to our online Application Form: online Application Form
Our partner source: youth-in-action.org

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