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Where could I do internships after a Master in economic policy that makes a difference for my cv

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Courtney’s Answer

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If you can get an internship with your local government, that would help. If you cannot do that, you can try the local courts. You should focus on getting an internship on what you're most interested in.
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Samir’s Answer

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First of call, congrats on working in the area of economic policy. There are a wide range of careers you can do here - government, non-profit, consulting as well as within industry. I would consider keeping your options open for an internship(s) and try to investigate as many different opportunities to get an idea of what you like, and as importantly, what you don't like!
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Nicolas’s Answer

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Hi Cristina
There are various options - have you considered applying to the European Commission (EC) ? In case you do not hold a EU Citizenship, you will be glad to know that a limited number of places are also allocated to non EU nationals. Once approved, you would get €1.220 per month as living allowance as 'Trainee'.

Registration for March 2021 will open in July 2020. Here you will find some steps https://ec.europa.eu/stages/home_en

Besides the EC, you may consider other institutions in Europe:

European Parliament
Council of the European Union
Court of Justice
Committee of the Regions
European Economic and Social Committee
European Ombudsman
European Data Protection Supervisor

I hope this helps!
Nicolas

Nicolas recommends the following next steps:

  • 1. Go here https://ec.europa.eu/stages/home_en
  • 2. Select your state of readiness from the requirements - and prepare in advance
  • 3. Apply once you meet the pre-requisites
  • 4. Enjoy Europe!
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Ramesh’s Answer

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Economic policy area, i would say go with local state or local government or legal section.
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Fiona’s Answer

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You could try your local state or national Treasury departments.
Alternatively, application of your discipline can be quite broad - consider management consulting, or Non Governmental Organisations that advise on standards or policies.
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Fiona’s Answer

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You could try your local state or national Treasury departments.
Alternatively, application of your discipline can be quite broad - consider management consulting, or Non Governmental Organisations that advise on standards or policies.
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