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ThinkYoung: External Relations Officer (Internship)

Job description

At ThinkYoung, interns are autonomous and have a distant follow‐up. This requires a strong proactive attitude and sense of initiative. However, interns have the liberty to propose new
ways of doing, and to develop ThinkYoung’s projects. At the same time, polyvalence is required as they might be asked to contribute momentaneously to activities that do not necessarily deal with their original position (see below).

• Partnerships and fundraising: the intern will nurture and maintain the already existing external relations (meetings, getting in contact, maintaining the link). Those contacts are mainly large companies, civil society, and EU bodies.
• Visibility: the intern will have to spread ThinkYoung’s network by attending public events (conferences, workshops, auditions, etc…).
• Marketing: in order to maintain and develop those partnerships, the intern will provide a preliminary marketing work (designing brochures, setting up partnership agreements, developing ThinkYoung’s branding policy, developing of bespoke projects based on the requirements of, clients. etc…)
• Being part of ThinkYoung’s team, the intern might also be asked to contribute to other activities as project execution, medias, fundraising, and office tasks...

Internship at ThinkYoung: 6 months minimum
Office: Brussels

Requirements

• Partnerships and fundraising: the intern will nurture and maintain the already existing external relations (meetings, getting in contact, maintaining the link). Those contacts are mainly large companies, civil society, and EU bodies.
• Visibility: the intern will have to spread ThinkYoung’s network by attending public events (conferences, workshops, auditions, etc…).
• Marketing: in order to maintain and develop those partnerships, the intern will provide a preliminary marketing work (designing brochures, setting up partnership agreements, developing ThinkYoung’s branding policy, developing of bespoke projects based on the requirements of, clients. etc…)
• Being part of ThinkYoung’s team, the intern might also be asked to contribute to other activities as project execution, medias, fundraising, and office tasks...

Benefits

• Interaction with high-caliber external stakeholders.
• Knowledge of the European institutions, including contacts amongst Members of the European Parliament and the European Commission
• Fundraising skills, including contacts in Public Affairs, Companies, Foundations and other donors
• Knowledge about European programs and funding mechanisms
• Project management skills: organization of small and large projects
• Language skills and intercultural competences due to the multinational environment
• Work experience in an NGO

Company profile

ThinkYoung is a non-profit organization and think-tank focusing on young people. Our main activities are quality research, advocacy and campaign, and projects, events and educational programs

How to apply

Would you like to work in a dynamic environment? We welcome exceptional talent with a passion to realise the vision and mission of making the world a better place for young people.

Please send your CV and a short motivational/cover letter to marta@thinkyoung.eu

Location

Brussels

Company

ThinkYoung

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