Moldovan students in the third and fourth year of their bachelor’s cycle, master’s students, as well as recent graduates, are invited to carry out internships in the central public institutions of the Republic of Moldova for a period of two months. Beneficiaries of the internship programme will be guided in their day-to-day work by the High Level Advisers of the European Union, under a joint initiative of the European Union and the Moldovan government.
The programme has been designed to give young people the opportunity to gain an insight into the activities and responsibilities of public administration and to raise their interest in a career in public administration. For two months, the trainees will work together with civil servants in areas such as: economy, education, environment, European integration, reintegration policies, infrastructure and regional development.
The internship will take place between June and August 2022, and the allowances offered to trainees are fully funded by the European Union.
The initiative to involve young people through internships in state institutions in the Republic of Moldova is launched in the context of the European Year of Youth 2022, also marked in the Republic of Moldova, which encourages the proactive participation of young people in all social, economic and administrative activities.
The deadline for applications is 27 May.
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