CEU Careers Newsletter, March 23, 2018, Issue No. 3
 

Welcome to the CEU Careers Newsletter!

The CEU Careers Newsletter exists to support the professional development of CEU students. Here, we share resources, let you know about events, and highlight job and internship vacancies of potential interest.

In addition to the newsletter, we urge you to make use of a variety of sources when researching organizations and vacancies and planning for the future. You can find hundreds of such resources in the CEU career platform, career>next.

We are aware that not all of the opportunities and events highlighted here will be relevant for all members of the community, given the diversity of CEU's academic programs and students. We also realize that the deadlines and starting dates for jobs and other opportunities presented here may not be appropriate for everyone, given the different timeframes of CEU's master's and doctoral programs. We suggest you review the information included here in order to learn about organizations that might be relevant for you either now or in the future and to discover the requirements sought by potential employers in terms of skills, experience and knowledge. 

If you want to learn more about our careers approach, check out the CEU Careers website.


DON'T MISS THESE EVENTS!

Are you looking for career inspiration? Join us for a series of brown bag lunches on Thursdays in February and March to learn about the chance encounters, risks taken, challenges faced, and opportunities seized that have characterized the professional journeys of some of our faculty. Our final speaker will be Alexis Diamond, Visiting Professor at SPP. From 2006 to 2015, Diamond led program evaluation at International Finance Corporation (IFC), the private-sector development arm of the World Bank. For more information about the the Faculty Practitioner Career Talks series and Alexis Diamond and to register, click here .
Date and place: March 26, 12:45 - 13:30, Okt√≥ber 6 street 7. 101

During this panel discussion you will have the opportunity to learn about different types of consultancy and about our guests' personal career paths and strategies. Our speakers work in different fields of consultancy: Energy, Business, Data and Finance.  For full details and to register, please see the event on our  website .
Date and place: March 26, 18:00, Room N15/106


Presentation skills workshop
Date and place: April 9, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm (with breaks), Room N11/004
A hands-on workshop that will teach you immediately employable skills regardless of the setting: be it an academic conference, a meeting with colleagues, or a casual family event.

Exploring career options outside academia workshop
Date and place: April 23, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm (with breaks), Room N11/004 
Advice on using your PhD to find a fulfilling non-academic career and tips on writing a good job application for alt-ac employers.

More details and registration here.

Legal Career Workshop
SAVE THE DATE!
The program targets students who have a legal background and are planning to embark on a legal career. Anna Lukacs, Legal Consultant from Legalis Global will share her industry knowledge and insights regarding the expectations of big international law firms and how to meet such demands. She will present her findings and engage in an interactive discussion to help students get on track for success. Further details to be announced soon.
Date: April 13

SAVE THE DATE!
Join us for  CEU 's first- ever Living Library alumni student career networking event!   We want to create a space where members of our diverse CEU Alumni and Student communities can engage with each other on issues connected to career development in an informal yet informative way. Students, a s 'Readers', will have access to a number of interesting 'Books' with whom they can interact, network and ask questions. More details to follow soon. Registration will open closer to the time of the event, but until then save the date! 
Date and place: May 4, 16:30 - 18:00, Nador 9 Octagon

AT CEU AND BEYOND

Erasmus Internship Mobility Grant
CEU students may potentially spend an internship period of 2 to 12 months at a receiving institution under the Erasmus+ Internship Mobility Program. Students are selected for an Erasmus grant by the Internship Scholarship Advisory Committee on the basis of academic ability and the relevance of the proposed internship to their studies at CEU. It is each student applicant's responsibility to secure an internship; internship search assistance is available from Career Services. You may find full details regarding this competitive grant opportunity on the website of CEU's Academic Cooperation and Research Support Office (ACRO). 
Deadline: April 30


INTERNSHIPS | TRAINEESHIPS | FELLOWSHIPS

Toyota  is now welcoming applications for its European & Government Affairs Intern  position to be based in Brussels. The ideal applicant is a Bachelor or Master's student in International Business, Strategic Business Management or a similar field.
Deadline: Apply as soon as possible

The  Black Sea Trade and Development Bank (BSTDB)  is offering specific internships to be based in Thessaloniki. The application is open to BSTDB member countries: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine. Deadline: Apply as soon as possible
 
The Visegrad Fund  is seeking  interns  in areas such as grant management, communication, project administration and evaluation. Positions are based in Bratislava. Deadline: Apply as soon as possible

Daraja Education Fund's Daraja Academy is looking for a Communications Intern based in Kenya. The position is ideal for those who are looking to break into non-profit or international development work.  Deadline: Apply as soon as possible

The Transparency International EU Office in Brussels is seeking an  intern for its events management, communications and research work. The length of the internship is 6 months.
Deadline: March 25
The  Open Society Foundations Justice Initiative  is now accepting applications for its  Aryeh Neier Fellowship Program   to be based in Budapest or London or New York. A maximum of five years' practical experience in the human rights field is required.  Deadline: March 25

Max Planck Foundation is seeking a Research Fellow in Law for a project concentrating on Somalia. Advanced degree in Law, as well as 5 years of experience is required. The fellowship is based in Heidelberg, Germany. Deadline: April 1

The Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York  is offering a 12-month Prins Fellowship  for scholars coming from outside North America and Israel, planning to seek permanent positions in USA and Canada. The responsibilities include taking part in projects and holding public presentations. Deadline: April 2

to be based in Rome. Fluency in English or French is required. Deadline: May 31

 
JOBS

The German Marshall Fund of the United States is  accepting applications for the position of Program Manager for European Outreach . The Program Manager serves as the primary day-to-day face of the Alliance for Securing Democracy program in Europe. Deadline: Open until filled

BRAC  - a Bangladesh-based NGO - welcomes applications to the position of  Sector Specialist  within the Gender Justice & Diversity Programme. The responsibilities of the Sector Specialist include conducting gender training and project coordination in BRAC Field Offices.  Deadline: March 25
The Danish Refugee Council  is looking for a  Cultural Mediator  to be based in Thessaloniki. Fluency in Arabic is required and proficiency in Greek is considered an asset.  Deadline: March 28

Generali Italia is looking for a  Data Scientist to perform statistical analysis on main business areas. The ideal candidate is expected to have familiarity with Big Data architectures as well as data analysis programming languages.  Deadline: March 30
 
Do you want to see more? Go to career>next and do a search according to your preferences!
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FEATURED LINKS
CEU's career platform career>next offers job and internship opportunities as well as career-related resources. If you haven't yet created a career>next account, register now! Please allow for several business days between registering and full access, due to administrative processes.
 
Action Without Borders Inc., also known as Idealist.org, was established in 1995 to bring the nonprofit community together in one platform. Here you can find job, internship and action opportunities and connect with like-minded people. Currently, almost 120,000 organizations use the site.
 

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