Development Intern at GREENWILL

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Development Intern at GREENWILL

GREENWILL - a non profit global initiative, providing the Green Policy framework for organizations that aim to reduce costs and make a ‘green shift’ offers position for Development Interns. The ideal candidate should be young and motivated student or postgraduate, with passion for leadership, research, and willingness to make a remarkable environmental difference on a world scale.

Unique learning experience
Contribution to the self-realization
Engagement in global competitions
Outstanding networking opportunities
Challenging opportunity, which will help in developing a future career

Application process
Send an English CV with photo and cover letter with the prefered period clearly stated to (subject Development Intern).

GREENWILL internships take place in Budapest, Hungary, on full-time or part-time basis with a minimum duration of three months. The internship does not offer any form of remuneration, however students and postgraduates can often participate in international scholarship programs such as Erasmus+ or Leonardo Da Vinci program, etc.


Event organization
Fundraising Management
Product and strategy development
General and social media management
Development of GreenAdvisor (Mobile App)
Enhancement of the visibility and reputation of GREENWILL
Development of green policies, green guidelines and environmental self-assessment tools
Creation of presentations, promotional materials, blogs and other promotional media


Professional working efficiency in English
Ability to work independently, being proactive and work under pressure
Highly developed communication, organizational and presentation skills
Computer literacy, precision and attention to details
Fields of studies related to Environmental Sustainability, Business, Web Development and Media Relations, for instance Business Ethics, Graphic design, Multimedia, Journalism, Project Management is a plus

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