Paid Internship Programme

Join the Knowledge Centre as a paid intern and help organise the Talent Management Department’s programmes, while also getting a glimpse into the activities of AJKC's international relations departments!

The application deadline for the 2020 Paid Internship Program is 16 February 2020.

The internship takes place in the Talent Management Department. We accept interns for a minimum of 3 months, 20 hours per week.

A valid application includes the following:

  • CV
  • a cover letter, in which you explain why you would like to work with the Talent Management Department
  • a writing sample (e.g. article, study, university submission)
  • a letter of recommendation from a tutor is an advantage

Applications should be sent to the following e-mail address: internship@ajtk.hu

Tasks to expect:

  • taking part in the organising of our professional programmes (corresponding with speakers, writing summaries, preparing materials, etc.)
  • assisting the preparation of AJKC research blog posts and In Focus magazine articles, opportunities to publish your own articles on the above-mentioned platforms
  • taking part in conferences and events by partner institutions, corresponding with international institutions

Tasks to expect:

  • taking part in the organising of our professional programmes (corresponding with speakers, writing summaries, preparing materials, etc.)
  • assisting the preparation of AJKC research blog posts and In Focus magazine articles, opportunities to publish your own articles on the above-mentioned platforms
  • taking part in conferences and events by partner institutions, corresponding with international institutions

What we offer:

  • a competitive intern salary
  • an opportunity to research and publish articles
  • a glimpse into the complex process of event organising, as well as the different work phases of AJKC’s Innovation and Talent Academy projects from preparation to realisation, thereby gaining valuable experience in project management
  • an opportunity to participate in professional conferences

What we expect:

  • a minimum four university semesters completed
  • certificate of English proficiency (intermediate or above)
  • availability to work 20 hours per week for at least 3 months