EMEA Internship

You learn a lot in school about the world but it’s a whole new ballgame when you have to go out into the world to find a job in the labor market. Give yourself an edge over the competition in the workforce by experiencing an internship. Internships equip you with the tools and on-the-job training you can use to land your dream job in the sector that you are interested in. Internships are in particular a good way to get your head out of the books and learn how to build, create, manage, or engineer a science project or concept.

An innovative, creative and problem solving mindset will become the golden triangle during your internship. The internship program is designed to act as a slipway, launching students and starters into the wider world in the expectation that currents will guide them into a job. In practice, many people get stuck in the doldrums because employers demand evidence of specific experience even from entry-level candidates

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    Problem solving

The EMEA internship program has three streams, which are scientific area, marketing and project-based work. As an intern you are free to choose your specific stream and industry you interested in, but you are also allowed to divine your own specific constellation.

First, scientific research. Scientific education, both undergraduate and postgraduate, is highly complex. Scientific-academic work, since it involves the teaching of new knowledge and practical experiences acquired throughout the everyday life of professionals. During the EMEA internship period you will apply what has been learned. This phase is relevant to the generation of adaptive skills for the modifications that are carried out in the course of the professional day-to-day. This will bridge the gap between scientific foundations with evidence-based cases.

Second, marketing. The term marketing covers a lot of different activities. It is associated with selling the companies products and services. Advertising is the most obvious marketing activity, but so is consumer research, which better matches your products and services to consumer wants and needs.

Third, project based work. Solving highly complex problems requires that professionals have both fundamental skills (reading, writing, and math) and 21st century skills (teamwork, problem solving, research gathering, time management, information synthesizing, utilizing high tech tools). With these combinations of skills, interns become directors and managers of their learning process, guided and mentored by a skilled teacher.

Many factors make JOIN a great internship program, but two stand out: intensive mentoring and the opportunity to build a life-long network. From the day you begin you’ll have an experienced mentor to help you with anything you need, including personal feedback. You’ll also receive regular invitations to networking events, which will enable you to build a strong network of people right from the start of your career.

Interested? Push the Apply button and send us your motivation letter and CV.