Analysing international policy processes and Lithuania’s role in them

Internship at the Eastern Europe Studies Centre

We invite you to work in an environment that values diverse perspectives and develops the courage to take on intellectual challenges.

The next internship application window starts in August 2024

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About the internship

Internships at the Eastern Europe Studies Centre afford students or recent graduates the opportunity to obtain direct practical experience related to foreign policy analysis, monitoring international events, information gathering and processing, the writing of analytical studies and articles, as well as project planning and the opportunity to participate in high level events. The internship duration and schedule are flexible and can be negotiated, but the standard duration is 3 months.

What are we looking for?

01 Be enrolled in a bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate programme, or have graduated from one within the past two years.
02 Good English language skills. Other foreign languages, particularly Russian, are an advantage.
03 The applicant’s work, academic and volunteering experience is also taken into account.
04 Experience with project management, visual design, social media management, text editing and event planning can also be an advantage.

Our partners

Our activities

01 Research

The EESC collaborates with state institutions and non-governmental organizations in Lithuania and abroad, presents proposals and presents examples of good practice, produces publications, analytical and academic texts. We strive to maximise the applied value of RESC research activities and translate them into practical solutions.

02 Projects

In cooperation with civil society, the public and private sectors, we seek dialogue and discussion on relevant events in our region and around the world. The EESC organizes dozens of public events every year on various topics that attract participants from Lithuania and abroad. We are convinced that the European Union’s motto “United in diversity” is no empty promise. It is namely through dialogue between various partners that we can achieve the best results.

03 Public domain

We are one of the longest functioning and internationally recognised Lithuanian analytical centres. Our centre’s team is regularly seen in local and foreign media, commenting on international policy processes, phenomena and events. You can find the views of our analysts in publications and interviews published by CNN, Die Welt, the BBC and elsewhere.