BRUSSELS - In reply to the call for host organisations that the European Students' Union published this summer, two more institutions have expressed their interest in offering internship positions to students as part of implementing the SiS Catalyst project.
After fulfilling recommendations set by the evaluators and resubmitting improved proposals, the Salish Kootenai (Tribal) College in Montana, United States of America, and the Eco-Ethics International Union, in Ethiopia, will offer the opportunity to three more students to gain practical experience abroad and to work on topics related to social sciences. One of the projects is focused on comparing teaching and learning for Native American/Indigenous and European Locally Defined Minorities (LDM) students and social inclusion and the other one on ICT and volunteering training.
Please download the call here where you can find more detailed information about the application process and the internship programmes. We advise you to read the call carefully before applying for one of the positions and make sure that you meet all the requirements that are set in the document.
The deadline to apply for one of the advertised positions is 10 November 2013 at midnight (CET).
The European Students Union wishes you success and plenty of good experiences in USA and Ethiopia!
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