If you are interested in learning more about the daily work of the European Economic and Social Committee, come and experience it yourself by participating in one of their internships!
The Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is a European Union institution that provides Europe’s economic and social partners the opportunity to express their formal views on EU policies. The EESC forwards the opinions to the Council, the European Commission and the European Parliament, therefore, playing a vital role in the decision-making of the European Union.
Every year, the EESC offers long (5 months) and short term (1-3 months) in-service training periods.
Long-term traineeships are intended for university graduates and are held in two sessions: the spring session (16.02-15.07) and the autumn session (16.09-15.02). Long-term trainees will receive a monthly grant of 1.159,44 EUR. Trainees who already have an income cannot be recipients of the grant.
Short-term traineeships are intended for university students who carry out the internship in order to complete their university degree or who have recently graduated. Short-term traineeships are unpaid and may be carried out any time of the year.
Requirement for both trainings:
Candidate must have an excellent level of one of the European Union languages and an adequate level of another European Union language - one of the languages spoken must be either English or French. Candidates from non-member states only need to have an adequate level of French or English.
- 30 September at 12 noon CET (Spring traineeship Feb-July)
- 31 March at 12 noon CET (Autumn traineeship Sep-Feb)
For more information on the traineeships, click on EESC
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