NBG offers several internships per year, with tasks and responsibilities in both the editorial and administration sides of the project. Each internship lasts six months and involves only a few hours of work per week, most of which can be done remotely. Interns will need to come to NBG's London office two to three times during the six months.
The internship is ideally suited to postgraduate students, or to those working part-time or freelance. NBG can pay reasonable travel expenses for interns travelling from outside of London. Interns must be resident in the UK for the majority of the internship and must have excellent German reading skills.
If you are interested in applying for an internship, please contact NBG Editor Charlotte Ryland: firstname.lastname@example.org
The next internship will begin in November 2016. Applications are now invited, and will be accepted until 10 October 2016. Applicants should send a CV and a short covering letter.