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Interns Wanted
Submited on August 31, 2017 BACK TO NEWS

Internship - Open Call

 

Interns provide crucial support to the operations of the Association for Historical Dialogue and Research (AHDR) and are supported by the AHDR team that helps them to develop skills in research, project management and event organization. Interns provide research and administrative support and are expected to work on a wide range of projects. Interns will also assist in the preparation, management and delivery of events.

The schedule and number of hours of selected interns can be discussed upon request on an individual basis.

 

 

Responsibilities

Selectively, interns will assist the staff with the following tasks:

·         Research activities

·         Organization of meetings and events

·         Translation from Greek or Turkish to English and English to Greek or Turkish

·         Updating data base with contact lists: press, teachers etc.

·         Providing logistical and technical assistance with events

·         Administrative tasks and miscellaneous

·         Analysing and processing the material collected thus far

·         Working closely with the AHDR Research Assistants in the coordination of work plans and deliverables

·         Contributing to outreach and visibility efforts of the projects of AHDR

·         Research funding sources, oversee the development of fundraising plans and write funding proposals to increase the funds of the organization

·         Cataloguing and archiving publications, also maintaining databases

 

 

Benefits

·         Will receive free Turkish or Greek courses during the duration of the internship

·         Are entitled to discounts at the Home Café

·         Will be given the opportunity to represent the AHDR at events, trainings and exchange programs at a local and international level, where possible

·         Will have access to all AHDR resources and publications

 

Please bear in mind that this is an unpaid position. Additional costs such as housing, travel, living expenses, visa arrangements and medical insurance connected with the program must be borne by the interns.

 

 

Eligibility

Candidates should:

  • be graduates or current students enrolled in a Bachelor or Master’s Program in the field of Education, History, Peace Studies, Conflict Resolution, Social Sciences, Human Rights or any other related disciplines;
  • demonstrate commitment to the mission and objectives of the AHDR and a strong desire to work in the field of history education, peace and conflict studies;
  • have excellent analytical and organizational skills;
  • have experience with social media, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Canva, Outlook and websites;
  • have excellent communication skills and be diligent when delivering tasks;
  • have fluency of the English and Greek or Turkish languages.

 

Application Process

Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply before by 11th of September 2017 with a cover letter and a CV in English. Please send the requested documents to Loizos Loukaidis at [email protected].

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