Internship positions with WWF-France in Green Finance and International Relations & Development. WWF-France, in cooperation with the German Academic Exchange Service’s Carlo-Schmidt Programme (DAAD-CSP) and WWF-Germany is currently offering 3 internship positions for German national, starting September 2019: • Food and Agriculture (Reference No.: WWF1 - Paris) • Green Finance (Reference No.: WWF2 - Paris) • International Relations and Development (Reference No.: WWF3 - Paris) Detailed descriptions of the three internship positions are provided below. How to apply: Applications should be made directly through DAAD’s online platform before Friday 15 February 2019. Only German nationals can apply for this internship programme. More detailed information, including an internships grant database, detailed tips for future applicants and a document providing answers to Frequently-Asked-Questions (FAQ), are available from DAAD-CSP’s website. DAAD-CSP’s selection process: Applicants who pass the initial screening process will be invited for a face-to-face interview in Bonn, Germany, during the period from 27-29 May 2019. Successful applicants will be able to start their internships in September 2019. The DAAD-CSP will cover an internship allowance (850 euros/month for students who have already completed their Bachelor degree and 1375 euros/month for young professionals who have already completed their master’s degree) plus insurance coverage and a country-specific travel allowance. Applications should be made exclusively through the DAAD-CSP online platforms. The deadline for applications is Friday 15 February 2019. More information on the the Carlo Schmid Programme and the selection process are provided on the following website: www.daad.de/csp or by contacting the DAAD/CSP programme (see contact details below). Applicants should refrain from contacting WWF directly. DAAD Studiensstiftung des deutschen Volkes Hilde Mönch Tel.: +49 (0) 228 882-598 Lisa Wilden Tel.: +49 (0) 228 882-8659 (Fragen zu Bewerbung, Auswahlverfahren und Stipendium) Referat ST 41 Carlo-Schmid-Programm Kennedyallee 50 53175 Bonn firstname.lastname@example.org www.daad.de/csp World Wide Fund for Nature (France) World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF France) is the French national office of the WWF network, one of the world’s largest conservation organizations with over 5 million supporters worldwide and working in more than 100 countries. WWF works to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature by protecting global biological diversity, ensuring that the use of natural resources is sustainable and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption. WWF-France, 35-37 rue Baudin 93310 Le Pré Saint-Gervais (Paris), France, http://www.wwf.fr/ International Relations and Development (Reference No.: WWF3) WWF France is seeking an intern for its International relations and development (IRD) programme. The IRD Programme within WWF France aims at contributing to WWF Network Goals (Wildlife, Forests, Food, Climate and Energy, Oceans), as well as High impact initiatives (HII), through French public donor-funded international projects, which are designed, developed, implemented and managed by WWF France together with WWF Offices in host countries (developing and emerging countries, e.g. Uganda, Madagascar, Vietnam, etc.). Around 8 projects are currently followed by the IRD team, at different stages of the project’s lifespan. Hence the IRD programme main activities include: • Developing international environmental projects to be funded by French public donors (French Agency for Development-AFD, French GEF) and the European Union; • Influencing and advocating towards French authorities responsible for ODA (Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, AFD, Ministry for Ecological Transition) so as to secure significant French ODA; and • Liaising with other WWF offices, both national and country offices, so as to coordinate public funding of international environmental projects across the different OECD countries’ donors and WWF offices. Within this framework and under the supervision of the International Programmes Officer, the intern will assist the IRD team in: • Screening for funding opportunities for international projects to be usefully developed by WWF France and contributing to its overall strategy (in particular in Africa); • Designing and developing project proposal documents (in English and French); following implemented projects’ progress, advances, and impacts; • Improving the design of a systematic up-to-date system for the oversee of the different projects within the IRD programme (under design, development, implementation, closure, evaluation, etc.).
Das Deutsch-Französische Jugendwerk (DFJW) ist eine internationale Organisation im Dienst der deutsch-französischen Zusammenarbeit, die seit 1963 rund 9 Millionen jungen Menschen aus Deutschland und Frankreich die Teilnahme an über 320.000 Austauschprogrammen und Begegnungen ermöglicht hat.