One year ago, NATO Rapid Deployable Corps-Greece (NRDC-GR) introduced its internship program, an initiative aiming to give to students and post graduates the opportunity to practice within the NRDC-GR international community.
The NRDC-GR Internship Program (NIP) consists of six month periods, last of which concludes on the 30thof July 2018. NIP has been significantly beneficial to both the interns and NRDC-GR, since the interns have been able to gain experience of an international organization working environment, while they have been an additional valuable asset over a set period of time, providing fresh and out of the box ideas.
The NRDC-GR Intern program focuses on a wide variety of fields including: political science, international relations, security studies, law, economics, engineering, logistics, human resources, financial administration and management, accounting/auditing, information technology, language service, journalism, media communications and other relevant areas.
The NIP is available not only to Greek, but international candidates as well. During the last period of the NIP, interns from Canada and France participated, covering positions of international relations and law.
Students and post graduates interested to participate in the next period may submit their applications until July 20th, 2018. Internship applications, whether coming through the National Military Representatives or directly from candidates, must be submitted using the application form, which can be found in the NRDC-GR website. Moreover, the candidates’ CV must be attached to the application form plus their language and academic certificates. In addition, all interns have to submit a one-page essay giving details on the motivation for an internship at NRDC-GR and on their expectations during the internship.
More info can be found in NRDC-GR website, “Business with us” section, or following the link: http://nrdc.army.gr/sites/nrdc.army.gr/files/internship_v2.pdf