INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION
Are you prepared to start a fruitful career in the field of foreign employment and labor? The International Labour Organization (ILO) is excited to announce 29 paid internship positions, providing you with an exceptional opportunity to gain priceless experience and insights into the ILO’s everyday operations.
What is the purpose of the ILO Internship Program?
The main goal of the ILO internship program is to give interns a thorough grasp of the organization’s operations. These three to six-month internships are meant to advance your professional development.
For highly qualified graduate/postgraduate students and recent graduates looking for “hands-on” learning experiences in subjects connected to the ILO’s mandate and activities, the internship program at the ILO offers a variety of alternatives. Our internship program’s objective is to expose interns to ILO daily work over a three to six-month period.
(Fully Sponsored And Available To All Nationalities) 29 Paid Internship Opportunities At The International Labor Organization
If you want to apply for an internship at the ILO, you must be enrolled in your final year of a graduate degree program (Master’s or equivalent), or in a higher degree program relevant to the ILO’s activities, or you must have finished one of these programs the year before your application.
You must also possess a working knowledge of at least one of the ILO’s working languages (English, French or Spanish) and be able to adapt to an international, multicultural, multilingual environment. There is no age limit for applicants.
Two to three times a year, the ILO releases the Internship Roster, which is a call for applications. The profiles of qualified applicants are made available to departments looking for interns during a specific roster period once the application period has ended. As a result, internships may begin on the first or fifteenth day of any month of the year.
Available Internships per country
- Internship on Social Media
- Internship on Social Dialogue and Tripartism
- Internship in Human Resources Development
- Internship on Disability Inclusion in the World of Work (Mainstreaming Disability)
- Internship on Supporting ILO Engagement in the UN Network on Migration
- Internship on International Labour Standards and Human Rights
- Internship on Labour Statistics and Data Processing with a Focus on International Labour Migration
- Internship in Evaluation
- Internship on Social Dialogue and Tripartism (3 months, extendable)
- Internship on Event Management and Communications of ILO Global Business and Disability Network
- Internship on International Labour Standards Policy
- Internship on Freedom of Association
- Internship on International Labour Standards and Labour Law
- Internship on Emerging and Special Partnerships Support
- Internship on Donor Relations
- Internship on Multilateral Cooperation and Sustainable Development
- Internship on Development Cooperation Support
- Internship in Translation Services
- Internship in Occupational Safety and Health
- Internship in Social Protection
- Internship in Sectoral Policies for Public and Private Services Workers
- Internship in Sectoral Policies for Transport and Maritime Workers
- Internship in Advancing Decent Work in Key Sectors and Supply Chains
- Internship in Research and Statistics on Child Labour and Forced Labour
- Internship in Sectoral Policies for Forestry, Agriculture, Construction, and Tourism Workers
To be considered for an internship at the ILO, you must meet the following criteria:
- Enrollment in the final year of a graduate degree (Master’s or equivalent) or participation in a higher degree program that aligns with the ILO’s mission. Alternatively, you should have completed such a program in the year preceding your application.
- Proficiency in at least one of the ILO’s working languages (English, French, or Spanish) and the ability to thrive in an international, multicultural, and multilingual environment.
Age Is No Barrier:
At the ILO, we believe that talent knows no age restrictions. There is no upper age limit for internship applicants. We welcome candidates from diverse backgrounds and stages of life.
Mark your calendars! The application deadline is set for October 16, 2023, based on Geneva time. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to launch your career with the ILO.
How to APPLY:
Are you prepared to start? For additional information and to submit an application, go to jobs.ilo.org.
- Look up an internship profile using the ILO Jobs portal.
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