Application Due Date: March 1st 2019
The Food and Farming Company of the United Nations (FAO) is an intergovernmental company consisted of 194 Member Nations, 2 associate members and one member company, the European Union. Established in 1945 to totally free mankind from appetite and poor nutrition, accomplishing food security is at the heart of FAO.
FAO 3 primary objectives are: the elimination of appetite, food insecurity and poor nutrition; the removal of hardship and the driving forward of financial and social development for all; and the sustainable management and usage of natural deposits, consisting of land, water, air, environment and hereditary resources for the benet of present and future generations.
FAO’s Internship Program intends to supply a knowing chance for gifted girls and males who are highly inspired to share their brand-new point of views, ingenious concepts and newest research study experience in FAO’s domains.
The Internship Program offers chosen trainees– registered in an under-graduate or post-graduate degree program or current graduates– the chance to supplement their scholastic understanding with an useful work experience in a eld associated to the work of FAO. It allows them to acquire a much better understanding of FAO’s requireds and programmes.The period of an internship task is in between 3 to 11 months. Interns can not be rehired under the Internship Program.
FAO pays a regular monthly stipend to interns. Nevertheless, this arrangement is under modification.
Citizenship: prospects should be nationals of FAO Member Nations. For a total list of FAO Member Nations, please gain access to this link here: http://www.fao.org/legal/home/fao-members/en/
Age: prospects ought to be aged in between 21 and 30 at the start of their internship (i.e. internship ought to begin prior to the prospect turns 31).
Education: prospects ought to be trainees registered in an under-graduate or post-graduate degree program in a bona de university at the time of application, or current graduates FAO utilizes the “International Handbook of Universities”, released by the IAU/UNESCO, as a guide for the list of bona de universities.
Applicants pursuing their research studies in a nation where college is not divided into under-graduate and graduate phases should have finished a minimum of 3 years of full-time research studies towards the conclusion of a degree.
Languages: prospects should have a working understanding of a minimum of one FAO ofcial language (English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese or Russian). Understanding of a 2nd FAO ofcial language will be thought about a property.
Abilities: prospects ought to have the ability to adjust to a global multicultural environment, have excellent interaction abilities and be well-informed in making use of standard computer system programs.
Residence/Visa status: prospects ought to have proper house or migration status in the nation of assignment.Family relation: prospects with relative (dened as sibling, sis, mom, or dad) used by FAO under any kind of legal plan will not be qualified.
How to Use:
Use to “Require Expression of Interest”, which are released on the FAO work website: http://www.fao.org/employment/home/en/
Interested prospects should use through the i-recruitment system http://www.fao.org/employment/irecruitment/en/ by sending an online application together with an inspiration letter and the proof of presence at an acknowledged University.Only prospects chosen for an interview will be called.
Internship tasks sponsored by other organizations:
Prospects might call their scholastic or other organizations to sponsor internship tasks at FAO. Those currently sponsored can use through the Calls for Expression of Interest.
For additional information, please contact:
Collaborations and South-South Cooperation Department
Food and Farming Company of the United Nations
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153, Rome, Italy