They look for
– Community manager (aka social media addict (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn))
– Events manager (Brussels based)
– Words lover (read: write texts, manage our blog)
– Research pro (research events, grants, projects, and competitions relevant to them)
They look for volunteers who want to join them on their way of fighting youth unemployment. You should be a self-driven person who is able to work independently and feels comfortable with using online tools to working together. An interest in EU Affairs and professional development is a plus, and a good command of English is necessary. Ideally you have done an internship at one of the EU institutions.
What they offer
You will work in an international team and spend parts of your free time with people who believe in the European idea, have different backgrounds and believe in sharing is caring. They have been working on Project 668 for three years now, organized the Run for Employment this year, were among the finalist of the European Charlemagne Youth Prize 2014 and won the “Europe needs you 4 job creation” challenge. They co-organized the 1st European Interns’ Day and were also among the supporters of the International Interns’ Day this year where they expressed their support for quality internships and stood up for youth employment. They are young, enthusiastic and believe in social change. Their work is organized online and they hold regular Skype calls to keep each other updated.
They all work on a voluntary basis.
How to apply?
Please send them your CV and motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Call for volunteers – name of position”. Deadline is
11th December 2015 13 December 2015.
In your motivation letter they would like to hear from you how you want to contribute to Project 668 and please include already one example of how your contribution would look like (e.g. example of your current or previous working experience (related to the position), text, idea on how to improve the area where you would work).
Who they are
Project 668 is a professional development platform for current and former EU trainees. Our mission is to help trainees break into the job market, develop their professional skill set, and manage their career. There is a gap between EU trainees and the “Eurobubble job market” and Project 668 wants to close this gap.