UNFCCC Internship Opportunity

The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is looking for three interns in knowledge management. The internship is for a period of minimum two to maximum six months. The application process for the internship is ongoing.

The selected intern will work onsite at the UNFCCC campus in Bonn, Germany. Candidates who are interested in this assignment and meet the minimum requirements are encouraged to send their CVs and cover letters to internship@unfccc.int with the subject line: “Application: Internship, Communications – French Newsroom and Social Media.”

Main criteria

  • Candidates must have completed an undergraduate degree and be enrolled in a Master’s programme at a recognized university at the time of application and for the duration of the internship;
  • Candidates must be fluent in French and English (both oral and written) and have strong writing skills;
  • Studies in the field of public policy, public relations, or journalism are preferred.

Due to the high number of applications, only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted for a telephone interview. The application process for the internship is ongoing, and candidates are selected based on the needs of the department.

Please note, candidates are responsible for all expenses.

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