Internship at the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
With over 56 member countries in Europe North America and Central Asia, the OSCE deals with arms control, human rights, minority rights, fundamental freedoms, democratisation, policing strategies and terrorism. You can be part of it – through a 2-6 month unpaid internship!
Can you apply?
To be eligible you must:
- be under 30 and in your final year of studies, or have recently graduated (maximum of one year).
- be a national of one of the OSCE participating countries
- have a good working knowledge of English
- be computer literate
How to apply?
Internships are created to fit in with the needs and facilities of OSCE departments. It's worth checking the OSCE recruitment site to keep track of vacancies and apply directly to the institution or field operation where you wish to do your internship.
Switzerland has had a Permanent Delegation to the OSCE since 1993. It is linked to the Permanent Representation of Switzerland to the United Nations and to the Other International Organizations in Vienna and has the administrative support of the Swiss Embassy in Austria. The Head of the Delegation is assisted by diplomatic as well as administrative staff for his duties within the OSCE, and also by a military adviser.