ZURICH, Jan. 27, 2014 /CNW/ - EF Education First, world leader in language education, launches its "Global Intern" campaign for the fifth year in a row, thus continuing its tradition of supporting students around the world with building successful and global careers.
The winner of "Global Intern 2014" will experience three different work environments in three different destinations: first at EF's headquarters in Zurich, Boston, Shanghai or London; then at one of 460 EF offices and schools around the world; and finally in a destination of choice including Indonesia, Kenya and many others through a volunteer experience.
- "Global Intern" is a truly international initiative. The winner doesn't only get to experience different work environments, but will also be able to build a professional network leading into a global career, says Eva Kockum, President of EF Education First.
The global partner for "Global Intern 2014" is AIESEC, the world's largest student-run organization. Together, EF and AIESEC will invite students worldwide to apply for this premier internship.
- AIESEC is a strong partner, with a clear global reach and deep roots into the student community. We look forward to finding our "Global Intern 2014" together with such an international and energetic organization, says Eva Kockum.
Applicants for the "Global Intern 2014," will be asked to submit their resume and an original and creative video. The finalists will be determined by the creativity of the video along with the number of votes the video receives. A winner will then be chosen by a panel of judges from both AIESEC and EF based on their video, profile and a one-to-one interview.
All applicants are also invited to join EF's career webinars and will get access to other professional development content.
Find out more about "Global Intern 2014" on the official website: http://www.ef.com/globalintern
Established in 1965 with the mission to break down barriers in language, culture, and geography, EF Education First (EF) is the world's leading international education company. EF (http://www.ef.com) has helped millions of students learn a new language and travel abroad. With a network of 460 schools and offices worldwide, EF specializes in language training, educational travel, academic degrees, and cultural exchange programs. EF has published the English Proficiency Index (http://www.ef.com/epi) measuring the English ability of adults in countries across the world.
SOURCE: EF Education First
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