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Intern for us

Have to do an internship for your studies?

Would you like to gain experience while saving the environment?

Intern at CEEweb for Biodiversity!

There is a lot to be done when saving the planet for the future generations and help is always welcome. The Policy Office of CEEweb is based in Budapest, Hungary, and we have internship opportunities for those who are interested in helping us out. The scope and kind of internship opportunities vary depending on ongoing projects. If you would like to do your internship at CEEweb, please send an e-mail to Ms Emese Rabné with your CV (Europass format) and a motivation letter, letting us know which fields of our work you would like to contribute to, when you would be available, and how many hours per week could you dedicate to work.

Check out our plan for 2019: Internship opportunities in CEEweb for Biodiversity

CEEweb for Biodiversity is a participant in the Oxford Internship Programme.

Not yet convinced? Check out 5 reasons for joining our great Budapest team!

Opinions from our previous interns


Coralie: “Interning at CEEweb was a unique experience! I was working for the Natura 2000 Working Group for 3 months and I developed great advocacy and awareness raising skills. As I was involved in many biodiversity conservation projects, I really felt like I positively contributed to protecting the environment.”


Sezer: “Internship at CEEweb was one of the best experiences in my life thanks to the people I met there, the things I’ve learned during my stay and also due to all the enjoyable times we shared in the office. After the internship, I realized how much I learned in just 2 months, and I also realized I better keep on going this way: to work as much as I can to make nature a better place!”


Laura: “Spending my time being an intern for CEEweb was a great choice! I have worked in the communication and fundraising sector, and in both cases, I can say that I have experienced a cosy and familiar environment, which has never affected the professionalism characterizing the workplace. My direct supervisors, as well as the interns responsible, were trusting me and the other interns letting us free to develop our own ideas and giving always food for thought. I was glad they gave me the chance to improve my knowledge in the environmental field with a European insight.”