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Internships

The GAAMAC Support Office hires interns on a regular basis. Internships must be part of a Swiss academic training program, vocational training program or a socio-professional integration program, and must meet the conditions set by the “Conseil de Surveillance du Marché de l’Emploi” (CSME).

What does GAAMAC offer?

  • Valuable experience in a multi-stakeholder start-up initiative, with very innovative skills and methodologies in a strong multicultural environment.
  • Be at the center of a growing inclusive network in cooperation with many governments representatives, civil society leaders, academics, and experts.
  • Direct involvement in events, conferences and campaigns.
  • Development of research, editorial and digital skills.
  • Networking opportunities within International Geneva and beyond.
  • Flexible work and supportive environment.

Internship terms of reference will be prepared on an ad hoc basis, based on current needs and applicants’ skills.

Who can apply?

  • Students currently enrolled at university (or comparable higher education programme) in international law, international relations or other related field. Graduate students will be preferred but outstanding undergraduates may be considered.
  • Applicants must be of French or English mother tongue, with excellent command of the other language.
  • Available for a minimum of three months (remote/part-time internships are possible).

While the GAAMAC Support Office will not discriminate on geographical criteria, applicants must be able to support themselves as internships are unpaid.

If their application is retained, applicants will be expected to facilitate liaison with their university/institution to secure a tripartite written agreement.

How to apply?

Please send your CV and cover letter to the GAAMAC Support Office with the subject “Internship application”. Do not forget to specify when and for how long you would be available, and whether you are looking for a part-time or full-time internship.

If their application is retained, applicants will be expected to facilitate liaison with their university/institution to secure a tripartite written agreement.

When will applications be considered?

February to June session

Application deadline: 31 December

September to December session

Application deadline: 15 July

 

Other sessions may be opened, as needed, on specific projects.

Job openings

There are currently no job opportunities. 

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