Internship at The Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence (CCOE)

Internship at The Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence (CCOE)

The Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence (CCOE) provides current students and recent graduates with the opportunity to professionally evolve through a conducted internship within the CCOE international community in The Hague, The Netherlands.

The Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence (CCOE) is a multinational knowledge centre on Civil-Military Interaction (CMI) and Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC). The CCOE is accredited by NATO. The CCOE provides a broad scope of work along four main pillars: Training and Education, Concept Development and Experimentation, Doctrine Development and Standards as well as Lessons Learned and Analysis.
The Lessons Learned and Analysis Branch (LL&A), contributes to CCOE’s mission by providing external and internal observation, lesson and analysis delivery. It does so by procedures and framework, to learn from experiences and improve performance.
As one of the core branches, it supports other branches to close the improvement loop and by this enabling transformation. LL&A contributes in the international work regarding strengthen the information sharing between NATO, countries, international and governmental organisations.


Contribute to improved information sharing between CCOE and international and governmental organizations.
Support the development of the Lessons Learned Workshop 2018 with focus on the connection and cooperation to international and governmental organizations.
Support in developing and drafting quality assurance policies and procedures.
Analyze data to identify areas for improvement in the quality system.
Upon request and under supervision conduct and contribute to Lessons Learned & Analysis related research and manage assigned research projects.
Attend company functions and networking events.
Prepare research products for publication and dissemination.
Support the maintain of the CCOE LL webpage and NATO LL portal Prepare reports, presentations, letters and data, as well as maintaining files, records, and
correspondence for meetings. Handles confidential information; organizes and maintains files Assist in meeting and conference preparation and management.


Start Internship: January 15, 2018
End Internship: April 20, 2018
(If necessary, the internship can be extended by three months.)

How to apply

Please send us your application not later than November 26, 2017.
Please us our application form.
You find the form on CCOE’s website: 

Read more and apply here.

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