Translation and interpreting internship: make an experience in our multicultural office
Are you willing to make a work experience in translation in a multicultural and international context? Are you looking for an organisation where to carry out the internship envisaged by your University curriculum?
If you’re interested in translation and interpreting for NGOs and you want to cooperate with professionals coming from different countries, apply for a translation internship at CESIE!
CESIE invites students of languages and interpreting and translation studies to apply for an internship in our organisation.
The interns will be supported by a tutor and will work mainly on written translations (mostly Italian/English and English/Italian). Additionally, the interns may have the chance to make some interpreting or language teaching experience.
If you’re interested in doing a translation internship at CESIE, please send your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NB: the internship is addressed to university students, coming either from Italy or from abroad, who are required to do an internship within their study curriculum. Working languages required are: English (mandatory) and at least a second language among French and German.
How to apply?
If you’re interested in doing a translation internship at CESIE, please send your CV and covering letter to email@example.com
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