We are pleased to inform you that the International Labour Organization
(ILO), as part of its Internship Programme, has interesting new internship
opportunities coming up in a variety of fields.
The objective of the Internship Programme is to provide talented
individuals with the opportunity to gain practical experience at the ILO.
As part of our teams, working directly with outstanding and inspiring
career professionals and senior management, ILO interns contribute to
analytical work on the principles, programmes and strategies of the
Organization. They also participate in important meetings and are exposed
to high-profile conferences.
Candidates are invited to consult the ILO's online recruitment
platform at: https://jobs.ilo.org/, where 57 different internship profiles
have been posted. Applications may be submitted electronically from the
platform between 11 October 2019 to 22 October 2019 (23:59 CET). For your
information, the next call for internship applications will take place in
Kindly note the following eligibility requirements for internship
- Applicants should currently be following a course of study (last year of a master's degree or above), or have completed such studies no earlier than one year prior to this application.
- Applicants should have a working knowledge (both oral and written) of at least one of the ILO official languages (English, French or Spanish).
- Applicants should be adaptable to an international, multicultural and multilingual environment, have good communication skills and be able to work in a team.
NB: There is no age restriction.
Once a candidate has applied, his/her profile will be made available to the
ILO departments/field offices that may be concerned. Following a first
screening by the Human Resources Development Department (HRD), departments
will short-list applicants. The candidate will be contacted directly should
an internship match his/her specific profile.
Kindly note that candidates that have not been contacted by the ILO within
six months of submitting their application may consider that they have not