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Placement Office

Students seeking job opportunities or internships are encouraged to contact the Faculty of Arts Mobility Office which informs about placement possibilities and regulations, guides students in finding placements, organizes information meetings, mediates in placement vacancies and takes care of all formal organizational aspects.

The Placement Office focuses its activities on all students of the Faculty of Arts, especially those in the last phase of their studies. It also is the information center for teachers and internship providers.

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Internship and Placement Resources

  • Talent Recruiting Noord is one of the most prominent career events or northern Holland. It is a meeting place for business people, young professionals, students, knowledge centres, and Government agencies. Talent Recruiting Noord offers students the possibility to discover quickly what employers can do for you and your career. Participation is free.
  • The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy is currently accepting applications for the events outlined in the attachment, all of which will take place from February – March 2012. The Programs will bring together governmental and diplomatic officials, civil society practitioners, private sector representatives, journalists, young professionals, students and scholars, and other interested stakeholders from across the world for a program of lectures, workshops, panel and group discussions and social and cultural activities featuring leading figures from the fields of politics, the arts, academia, media, and business.
  • The Charles G. Koch Summer Fellow Program combines a paid public policy internship with two career and policy seminars. The Koch Summer Fellow Program uniquely combines policy work experience with professional education through a rigorous nine-week program. Through the program, fellows are connected to policy and research roles at more than eighty think tanks and non-profit organizations across the United States, working on a variety of federal and state-based issues.  Alongside the in-depth work experience, fellows undertake a rigorous curriculum of market-based policy analysis, participate in professional education seminars, and engage in theoretical discourse on the ideas of a free society.
  • The Netherlands Institute of International Relations (‘Clingendael’) is the leading Dutch think tank and diplomatic academy on international affairs. The institute provides public and private sector organisations with in-depth analysis of global developments in the fields of economic diplomacy, international security and conflict management. Clingendael specifically focuses on the position and the role of the Netherlands. Visit their website to view upcoming events, training workshops and job opportuntiies.
  • The Talent & Career Center provides English spoken workshops at the request of Career Services. Career Services is an initiative from the University of Groningen and aims to provide its students with the best possible development opportunities in preparation for their future careers. Within the framework of Career Services, various activities are organized to help students make choices - and study choices in particular - and prepare them for the job market.
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