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Brussels: Internship in offices of Slovak MEPs

SLOVAK Members of European Parliament Peter Šťastný and Miroslav Mikolášik are offering internships to recent university graduates and students in their final year. The Bernardo civic association will assist in selecting the interns. The internship in Šťastný's office will last from September 8 to December 11, 2008. Mikolášik's office is offering it from August 25 to October 24, 2008. Fluency in English or French is required. Applications can be downloaded from the Bernardo Group website. A recommendation letter and motivation letter are required. Deadline: May 26, 2008. For more information, go to www.bernardogroup.org.

SLOVAK Members of European Parliament Peter Šťastný and Miroslav Mikolášik are offering internships to recent university graduates and students in their final year. The Bernardo civic association will assist in selecting the interns. The internship in Šťastný's office will last from September 8 to December 11, 2008. Mikolášik's office is offering it from August 25 to October 24, 2008. Fluency in English or French is required. Applications can be downloaded from the Bernardo Group website. A recommendation letter and motivation letter are required. Deadline: May 26, 2008. For more information, go to www.bernardogroup.org.

Source: Bernardo Group

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