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Your chance to work at the United Nations – Applications open for PRME and UN Global Compact Internships

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Business School students can apply for the chance to gain work experience at the United Nations in the heart of New York City, as part of the PRME and UN Global Compact internship programme.

Applications are open until 06 December and should be submitted online. Apply now!

About the internship programme

Internship opportunities at PRME and the UN Global Compact provide students with the unique opportunity to get insights into the work and engagement of the United Nations, and to build relevant experience in the field of corporate sustainability. Earlier this year,  the internship programme came to a halt amid the height of the COVID-19 outbreak in New York City and worldwide. However, the internship programme has now reopened and applications are currently being accepted.

Intern duties

Depending on their level of experience and training, UN Global Compact interns will:

  • Conduct research relating to the topic of corporate sustainability, especially on human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption
  • Draft and edit publications, papers and other documents
  • Liaise with Global Compact stakeholders on key corporate sustainability topics
  • Support the organization of meetings and events
  • Assist with outreach activities
  • Handle email and other inquiries
  • Perform administrative tasks as assigned

Learn more about the different teams a student could join at the UN Global Compact!

Apply online

To learn more about the eligibility requirements, duration and period of the internship, and how to apply, please see the UN Global Compact page.

Earlier this year, Business School students were winners in the PRME essay competition in responsible business and management. The Business School is a signatory to the PRME principles and UN Global Compact. You can read our latest PRME report here.

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By: Serena Mitchell
Last updated: Friday, 23 October 2020

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