We are constantly on the lookout for interns to assist with the work of the foundation.
Next internship commences: 1 August 2020 (tbc)
For a minimum period of three months.
Closing date for applications: Please allow sufficient time for your application documents to reach us by 30 May 2020.
- Providing support for the organisation of the Munich Re Foundation's events.
- Helping to conceptualise publications and presentations.
- Providing day-to-day support for our project managers.
- Undertaking research and updating our website and media library.
Competences – you should
- be studying for a degree in geography, economics, politics or an equivalent field.
- have a sound grasp of international climate change, environmental and development policy.
- possess good Word/Excel/PowerPoint/Outlook skills.
- be familiar with social media and online research.
- Experiences with Content Management Systems (CMS) would be an advantage.
- have strong communication skills, e.g. a very good command of German, and English;
- This internship is a paid position (€1.600 per month).
- The working hours are 37 per week.
- Internships may be a compulsory part of your studies or undertaken solely on your own initiative.
- The internship is intended for enrolled students or prospective master's students only!
- We regret that we are not able to consider graduates who have no certificate of enrolment.
If you are interested in applying for an internship with the Munich Re Foundation, please forward your application via our online form: > more
Practical training for pupils
Munich Re Foundation offers two voluntary practical trainings per year (one week each) for pupils.
If you need additional information, please contact Renate Kramer (firstname.lastname@example.org, phone +49 89 3891 9599).
Applications may be sent to email@example.com.
Your application should include a letter of motivation, a CV and the current school report.