The Erasmus & Leonardo da Vinci Programmes of the European Commission
The Erasmus and Leonardo da Vinci Community vocational training action programme, actively supports the lifelong training policies conducted by the Member States. It supports innovative transnational initiatives for promoting the knowledge, aptitudes and skills necessary for successful integration into working life and the full exercise of citizenship.
More details about the Leonardo da Vinci Programme:
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Internships offer the chance to work with SEEDS for a period between 3 and 12 months (ideally minimum of 6 months), experience different cultures meeting people from different countries, learn new or improve skills, take part in peacemaking and help in social and/or environmental service initiatives.
An internship at SEEDS is an exceptional option for people to gain experience and obtain hands on understanding in global issues.
Every year we host a number of intern and long-term volunteers through different funding programmes or without funding scheme.
Some of our interns join SEEDS with the support of funding schemes, like the Leonardo da Vinci, Erasmus & Grundtving Programme.
Some other interns join SEEDS without any funding scheme, for information on details and possibilities, please email us.
SEEDS hosts every year a number of interns & long-term volunteers and the most common positions are:
1. Placement Officer
2. Office Assistant (Communications & PR)
3. Office Assistant (IT)
4. Logistics Coordinator
5. Accommodation Manager
6. Photomarathon Coordinator
7. Work-camp Leader
8. Accommodation Manager in rural are
Leonardo da Vinci short-term placements In Iceland
Placements: Work placements for people who need to develop work-related skills in order to become better integrated (or reintegrated) into the workforce. Placements target people in initial vocational training (IVT); higher education students (HE); young workers, job seekers and recent graduates. For more info: Contact us
Exchanges: Opportunities for those involved in the design, delivery or implementation of training or careers guidance to undertake visits to partner organisations to exchange experience and best practice. Exchanges target the following categories: vocational trainers, human resource managers, careers guidance counsellors; or language training specialists in business or vocational training. Exchanges need not involve two-way movement of staff; the term refers to exchange of expertise.