- Salzburg Global Seminar
- Start Date
- End Date
- Dec. 31, 2017
Salzburg Global Seminar is an independent non-profit organization founded in 1947 to challenge present and future leaders to solve issues of global concern. We are a strategic convener and cross-generation, cross-sector bridge builder. We work with the world’s leading public and private organizations and philanthropic investors to accelerate breakthrough thinking and collaboration on complex and emerging challenges. Leveraging our network of 25,000 Salzburg Global Fellows in 160 countries, we identify young change makers, encourage their development, and connect their efforts to take solutions to scale. Schloss Leopoldskron - a 300-year old palace once home of Max Reinhardt, founder of the Salzburg Festival - provides an inspiring space for openness in support of our problem-solving mission.
Salzburg Global thrives by empowering people to have signiﬁcant impact in the world. This means understanding context, developing insight, exploring and deﬁning opportunities, setting strategy, creating tangible goals and business opportunities, and above all, translating vision into action and results. If you are a soon-to-be or recent graduate and hungry to put your classroom learnings to work, think of Salzburg Global as your opportunity to gain real world knowledge and skills.
Salzburg Global Seminar offers a number of three-month internship programs (non-accredited), which give interns the opportunity to not only enhance their skills and knowledge, but also access this impressive network of Salzburg Global Fellows. For internships in Salzburg, Austria, Salzburg Global provides room and board and transportation from and return to the intern's country of residence. For internships in Washington, DC, Salzburg Global provides a stipend.
Salzburg Global Seminar seeks qualified students and graduates to assist its staff in the preparation and conducting of sessions. Candidates should be in or have recently graduated from an international relations program or a field related to one of Salzburg Global’s program areas.
Salzburg Global offers internships with its Marketing and Communications Team to produce written and multimedia content for the organization's website, social media platforms and print publications. Candidates should recently have completed a degree-level qualification in journalism or other media/communications-related field; candidates who have completed post-graduate studies in journalism/communications coupled with undergraduate studies in a field relating to Salzburg Global Seminar's programs are preferred.
Salzburg Global Seminar offers an internship program working in our historic Max Reinhardt Library and archives. Candidates should have recently completed postgraduate studies in library and information science or a related area.
Salzburg Global Seminar offers internships with its Development Team in both the Salzburg and Washington, DC offices. The internship includes researching both institutional and individual fundraising prospects and developing proposals. Candidates should be in or have recently graduated from an international relations program, a field related to one of Salzburg Global’s program areas, or have academic or professional experience in non-profit management, fundraising, or development.
The deadline for applications for 2017 internships is Friday, October 28, 2016.
Please visit the website to find out what the specific requirements are for each internship.
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