The report of Rome Press Game about UNINT

 

Thousands of students from all walks of life gathered at UNINT (Rome University of International Studies) to interact with experts, Professors and professionals in the 1st day of the International Careers Fair organized by the International Careers Festival that knew the presence of a lot of Companies, Universities and NGOs.

Team five Journalists of Rome press game visited their stand and made a whole report of the opportunities and courses provided by UNINT.

UNINT is one of the best universities in Rome, focus on three majors that all international students need: political sciences, Economic and translation.

The university offers interdisciplinary and job oriented Bachelor’s and master’s degree as well as higher education programs of outstanding quality a strong grounding in international relations and helps the students to develop critical skills for a wide range of real world professional situations.

Their unique international environment and outlook shapes global citizens and help the students to adapt to diversity and engage them in complex economic, political and social dynamics that go beyond borders and cultures.

UNINT offers an applied approach to the study of economics to the students. Their goal is to ensure that all the students graduate with an excellent understanding of mainstream economic theories and encourage the students to develop a proper understanding of the limitations of mainstream of those theories. At the same time, the work of faculty is fundamentally concerned with the application of economics to real world issues and reflecting real policy concerns. As such, students are encouraged to develop a deep understanding of particular countries and issues, based on concrete analysis of history, institutions, and political economy. This reflects a shared view within the faculty that economics should be rigorous, reflective and, fundamentally, useful. Also the program provides the training in microeconomics, macroeconomics and quantitative methods that will enable the student to pursue a successful career in an economics-related profession.

When it comes to translation, students are expected to gain mastery of both the written and oral components of a foreign language, 8 languages are available, and to apply that knowledge to advanced skills in translation and interpretation, the program is designed for individuals desiring a career as interpreter or translator. Aside from fluency in language, topics covered, this program includes linguistic technologies, liaison translation and text translations.

UNINT has more than 70 partners Universities from all over the world, where student enjoy access to a range of international experiences including international study exchange.

The university also has more than 700 partnerships with different companies and institutions providing valuable national and international internships opportunities.

 

It is well known that today’s employers are looking for candidates with a global mindset capable of developing interdisciplinary skills. For this UNINT promotes activities aimed to applying the knowledge acquired. So if you are a curious person who is looking for an international experience and interested in discovering different cultures, languages and the political and economical realities then UNINT is the Ideal place.

 

Berkane Houssam Eddine

Rome Press Game

Team Five

Published in Education

Today, high school students joined Rome International Careers Festival participants in the International Careers Fair: Universities, Professionals and Associations from all over the world reached us in Rome in order to get in contact with youths who are willing to be part of that change. UNINT corridors were full of enthusiastic and excited students, and after having spoken with some of them I realized that they all had one thing in common: interest and desire in having a future in the international panorama.

 

World Food Program – Share the meal

 

We are so used to sharing information on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter that most of us have forgotten what the term ‘share’ actually means: to divide among a number of people a part or portion of something. The World Food Program, food assistance branch of the UN, is the leader in the global movement to achieve zero hunger in the world -one of the UN Agenda2030 goals. The humanitarian agency concerned with lack of food and hunger reaches around 80 million people per year, their charity activities are based 100% on donations and 90% of them are used to purchase food to be donated to those in need whilst the remaining 10% cover administration costs, making them the NPO with lowest administration costs in the world. Transparency, efficiency and sustainability are key words that define this non-profit organization, which believes that donations must be easy to make, otherwise why should someone donate? The answer and solution to this question and problem is given in a simple and easy way: why not donate through an app? Share the meal is an app which can be downloaded on every smartphone which allows you to “share your own meal” with kids in need. Finding out that 0.40 cents are enough to feed one kid for one whole day touched me on a personal level, and convinced me to download the app. Share the meal is an easy going and user friendly app. There are many different ways to donate money and the most interesting parts of it to me are the possibilities to create challenges for yourself and your group of friends and to get virtually in contact with members of the families which you are helping and supporting. In the era of Web 2.0, social media and technological revolution we have forgotten what sharing in real life actually means, but why not get back to the origins and share something which might actually help someone?

 

The day is nearly over and students are heading towards the exit doors, I can hear some of them speaking about how surprised and thrilled they are, but what counts the most is the look in their eyes. They look tired but satisfied, excited to find out what their near future will be like and ready to create their own path in this world. Maybe some of them will take part in some of the projects which were presented to them today, maybe not, but surely this day has changed the life and perspective of each of them.

 

Francesca Gaja – Team 5

 

 

Around 500 participants of all nationalities are gathering in this four days to debate on international issues and team up to find solutions, create resolutions and draft official international documents. Delegates, who participate in the Model United Nations are dived into ten different Committees and have the duty and the opportunity to represent another country different of the one of their nationality. During the enrolment process applicants can choose the country they wish to represent according to the availability of seats for that country at the moment of their request.

 

Ms. Mumbai, delegate of Kenyan nationality representing Ethiopia in the UN General Assembly, points out that interacting with people coming from other countries enables everyone to learn about them and build networks for a possible future career. Moreover, Ms. Njieri Kiunjri, Chair of the UNHCR, coming from Nairobi Kenya, recognizes the additional value of having a variety of cultures and nationalities represented within the Committee over which she is presiding. In fact, each delegate has the chance to interact with natives from the country he or she is representing during the simulation. In this way, by directly interacting with people coming from all over the world, each participant will acquire a deep understanding of several cultural backgrounds and understandings. This multicultural aspect helps in expressing the MUN spirit, which is to bring everyone understanding issues from another country’s perspective and exchange ideas. According to her, it is paramount to ask for representations and delegations coming from all over the world in order to foster a global understanding and the growth of one’s own perspective of other countries.  

 

The whole organization of this event is also aimed at guaranteeing a truly international and multicultural experience. According to Dr. Daniela Conte, Executive Director of the association Giovani nel Mondo, the wide network of Universities and partners developed by the association in the last years helps to attract young people from all over the world.  The association in collaboration with the Italian Ministery of Foreing Affairs offers support to each student coming from non-EU countries in the process of request of a visa. However, it is not always possible to guarantee everyone’s participation in the end. This is due to bureaucratic procedures which vary among the different embassies. As an example, this year all twenty applicants from Senegal have been denied their visa, therefore were not able to participate to the event.

 

Moreover, an issue arises with regard to the ways delegates express and show their national identity by wearing traditional clothes or bringing items typical of the countries they are representing. In Mr. Gonzales Galicia’s account, President of the Rome Model United Nations, everyone should be proud of their nationality, therefore wearing the traditional Mexican dress of the mariachi enables him to better show his origins and identity. Also Ms. Ms. Njieri Kiunjri maintains that it is a good idea to best represent one’s own country in order to allow everyone’s social growth. Finally, Ms. Daniela Conte supports the choice of those delegates who are wearing the traditional dresses of their countries. In fact, she adds that it is common practice within the meetings at the United Nations to wear national typical dresses, however it is forbidden to wear national flags. Therefore, it is important to find a right balance in expressing one’s national identity, while taking into account the fact that all countries must be considered as equals.

 

di Martina Piazza

Team 2, PressGame

 

Spanish Translation

 

¿Por qué es Internacional el Festival de Carreras?

  

Aproximadamente 500 participantes de todas nacionalidades se juntan por estos cuatro días para debatir sobre problemas internacionales, encontrar soluciones, crear resoluciones y escribir documentos internacionales oficiales. Delegados que participan en la Simulación de las Naciones Unidas están divididos entre diez comités diferentes y tienen el deber y la oportunidad para representar a otro país, diferente al suyo. Durante el proceso de inscripción, solicitantes pueden escoger el país que quieren representar, según la disponibilidad de sillas abiertas para ese país en el momento de inscripción.

 

Sra. Mumbai, la delegada de Kenia que representa Etiopía en la asamblea general de las Naciones Unidas, señala que la interacción con gente que viene de otros países permite que todos aprendan de ellos y hagan conexiones para una carrera en el futuro. Sra. Njieri Kiunjri, la presidente de la ACNUR (La Agencia de la ONU para Refugiados) viene de Nairobi, Kenia y reconoce el valor adicional de tener una variedad de culturas y nacionalidades representadas en su comité. De hecho, cada delegado tiene la oportunidad de interactuar con nativos de los países que están representados. De esta manera, interactuando directamente con gente que viene de todo el mundo, cada participante adquiera un entendimiento profundo de varios antecedentes culturales. Este aspecto multicultural ayuda representar el espirito de la Simulación de las Naciones Unidas: Traer ideas y entendimientos de problemas del perspectivo de otros países e intercambiar ideas. Según Sra. Njieri Kiunjri, es esencial preguntar que venga la representación y delegación de todas las partes del mundo para promover el entendimiento global y el crecimiento de la perspectiva de otros países.

 

La organización de este evento también está dirigida a la garantía de una experiencia realmente internacional y multicultural. Según Dr. Daniela Conte, Directora Ejecutiva de la asociación Giovani nel Mondo, una amplia red de universidades y socios desarrollada por la asociación in los últimos años, ayuda atraer a gente joven de todas partes del mundo a la simulación. La asociación, en colaboración con la Ministra Italiana de Asuntos Exteriores, ofrece apoyo a cada estudiante que viene de un país que no está en la Unión Europea en el proceso de pedir una visa. Sin embargo no es posible siempre garantizar la participación de todos. Esto se debe a procedimientos burocráticos que varían entre diferentes embajadas. Por ejemplo, este año, los veinte solicitantes de Senegal no pudieron participar en el evento porque sus visas fueron negadas.

 

Además, un problema surge en relación a las maneras que delegados se expresan y enseñan sus identidades nacionales. Unos se ponen ropa tradicional o traen artículos típicos del país que representan. En el caso de Sr. Gonzales Galicia, el Director de la Simulación de las Naciones Unidas, todos deberían de ser orgullosos de sus nacionalidades, hasta se puso un traje de mariachi o charro, típico de México, para enseñar su origen e identidad. También la Sra. Njieri Kiunjri mantiene que es una buena idea representar a el país de uno mismo para el crecimiento social de todos. Finalmente, Sra. Daniela Conte apoya a los delegados que deciden ponerse ropa tradicional de sus países. De hecho, ella agrega que es una práctica común en las juntas de la ONU pero es prohibido vestirse con banderas nacionales. Por lo tanto, es importante encontrar un balance entre expresando la identidad nacional de uno, y tener en cuenta que todos los países deberían de ser considerados como iguales.

 

Translated by: Regina Olivares, Team 2, Press Game

 

Around 2000 participants from 100 countries. More than 160 promoters from all over the world. 4 different simulations, seminars and many workshops for young people to chose from in order to develop further knowledge and gain insights in the fields of economics, politics and international relations, communication and journalism. The Executive Director of the association in charge of the organisation and planning of the Festival, Daniela Conte, proclaimed at her speech in the opening ceremony on the 24th of sarch at LUISS Guido Carli University of Rome, that this festival can be seen as “a journey of friendship, opportunities, challenges, hope and inspiration”. But what does the festival stand for exactly?

 

For the ninth time this year, young people from all around the world come to the “eternal city” of Rome to participate on the International Careers Festival 2018 from the 24th of March until the 27th of March 2018.The Festival, which has been initiated by the non-profit organisation Giovani nel Mondo with the RomeMUN in 2009 and later developed as it is today, stands for cosmopolitanism and interculturality.The whole festival consits in the RomeMUN, the Rome Business Game, the Rome Press Game and the International Careers Course.

In the Rome Model United Nations delegates have to represent a specific country in a committee, which has been assigned to each of the delegates before. The 10 committees deal with topics, for instance migration policy in Europe, quality education, the situation of refugees in the world and possible interventions to ensure global security by the nuclear disarmament. Besides, prestigious speakers are invited to present speeches regarding these various topics; for instance: Ambassadors, professors of the Rome University of International Studies.

Interculturalism and internationally are relevant topics  in the Rome Buisiness Game, too. The Program Director, Luca Marco Giraldin Von Lahnstein, welcomed 1000 participants this year. Economists-to-be can exercise themselves in learning more about economic strategies, leading companies and resolving economical and political difficulties within a current expanding world. Hereby, the interest for intercultural issues, on which the whole festival stands for, can further be stimulated. The connection between economy and culture helps to widen one’s own horizon and opens the access to a cross-cultural and cross-cutting knowledge.

The Rome Press Game is the third simulation and focuses on journalism, international communication, interpretation and translation. Thus, the participants are asked to report on the International Careers Festival and write appropriate articles, record radio-broadcasts, and create and edit videos. During her speech at the opening ceremony, the Program Director of the Press Game, Shanti Kodituwakku Hettiarachchilage underlined the possibility to gain the so called soft skills which can only be developed in a multicultural environment while creating also interpersonal relationships.

Gaining international experiences, simulating the real working life, challenging oneself and testing one’s boundaries, improving one’s ability to work in a team, getting to know new people from different cultures- these are just some of the answers participants gave regarding their motivation to participate at the International Careers Festival.

Also the International Careers Fair, which is accompanied by 44 exhibitors, takes place at the Rome University of International Studies on Monday the 26th of March and Tuesday the 27th.

Within the fair, mock interviews, workshops, CV reviews and recruitment sessions are offered by the companies which take part, including "global players" like LIDL, UNICEF and UNESCO Giovani.

Through a wide range of tasks, the international level of participants, organisers and topics stress the original idea of the Festival to be an occasion where talent meets opportunity.

 

 

 

Eva Münster – Rome Press Game – Team 2

During these days, from the 24th to the 28th of March 2018, more than two thousands promising students from over one hundred countries gathered in Rome for the International Careers Festival, organized by the association Giovani nel Mondo. But when did this project really begin? And how did it develop?

 

Everything started in 2009, when the current President of the association Daniela Conte and her PhD colleagues decided to take a very difficult and complicated challenge, which has then led to the creation of one of the biggest NGO in Europe. She used to accompany students to the New York Model of United Nations. There, she realized that almost every country in the world held a simulation of the works of this international organization, except from Italy. As a result, she had the idea of reproducing a Model of United Nations in Rome, which took place for the first time in March 2010. During the following editions, the International Careers Festival introduced other opportunities beside the MUN, including the Rome Press Game and the Business Game as separate units and the International Careers Fair.

 

The main objective of the association was to give brilliant Italian students the opportunity to meet people from all over the world, share their ideas and opinions and improve their practical skills. In fact, Daniela and her collaborators realized that Italian universities provide excellent theoretical concepts to students, but sometimes they fail to introduce them into the real work world. It is at this point that Giovani nel Mondo intervenes in order to help young people to get in touch with international organizations and find their future career.

 

Founders also had to overcome setbacks during the development of this ambitious international project, which then turned into reality.

Although Rome is a wonderful city from an artistic and cultural point of view, it is also very complex, in particular for what the bureaucracy and the logistics concerns.

Moreover, at the beginning the funds were never enough, therefore the association was born thanks to volunteers who worked hard to achieve this goal. But not only were volunteers indispensable at the beginning, as nowadays they keep on collaborating with Giovani del Mondo, which can rely on a network of more than one hundred volunteers in Italy and two hundreds all over the world.

But the most important problem to solve still needs a solution, as Daniela Conte declared :<<The greatest difficulty was and is to make people understand the value of the festival>>

Anyway, besides all the difficulties they have to face, people who work for this project never gave up and realized their dream :<< It is an initiative that grew up from nothing and although it was difficult, I would do it over and over again. The satisfactions I received are much superior than the difficulties>> (Daniela Conte).

 

Nowadays, Giovani nel Mondo is a worldwide association and a point of reference for all those young people who want to enter the work world with the help of supporters and experts. In fact, the association delivers every year more than 1500 grants for promising students and put them in touch with international organizations through the festival itself and the internet site carriereinternazionali.com.

But what really matters is that students have the possibility to meet their peers in a stimulating and multicultural environment and live an experience they will remember for the rest of their lives.

As Jorge Alejandro Gonzalez Galicia, Program Director RomeMUN, said :<< Giovani nel Mondo creates love. It attracts people every year from all over the world because it is able to transmit a real sense of belonging>>.

 

Greta Ortalli

Rome Press Game

Team 2

Interested in Refugees, Immigration and Human rights? UNHCR offers an Internship in Public Information in Rome. Check requirements and apply!

 

Other similar opportunites in International Organisations

 

Organization: UNHCR - United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, is one of the more embedded UN Agencies, directly involved in rescue and emergency operations all over the world. 

n 1954, UNHCR won the Nobel Peace Prize for its groundbreaking work in Europe. But it was not long before we faced our next major emergency. In 1956, during the Hungarian Revolution, 200,000 fled to neighbouring Austria. Recognising the Hungarians as 'prima facie' refugees, UNHCR led efforts to resettle them. This uprising and its aftermath shaped the way humanitarian organisations would deal with refugee crises in the future. During the 1960s, the decolonisation of Africa produced the first of that continent's numerous refugee crises. We also helped uprooted people in Asia and Latin America over the following two decades. In 1981, we received a second Nobel Peace Prize for what had become worldwide assistance to refugees.  The start of the 21st century has seen UNHCR help with major refugee crises in Africa , the Middle East and Asia. We have also been asked to use our expertise to help many internally displaced by conflict and expanded our role in helping stateless peaple. In some parts of the world, such as Africa and Latin America, the 1951 Refugee Convention has been strengthened by additional regional legal instruments. UNHCR now has more than 10,966 members of staff. We work in a total of 130 countries and our budget, which in its first year was USD $300,000, grew to USD $6.54 billion in 2016.

In 2015, UNHCR celebrated 65th anniversary. During lifetime, we have helped well over 50 million refugees to successfully restart their lives.

 

Where: Rome

 

Deadline: 4 April 2018

 

Starting date: End of April 2018

 

Offer Description: This position is primarily intended to provide the Intern with the opportunity to undertake a work experience related to university studies or to possible future careers. Secondly, it is meant to provide real assistance to the Public Information Team at the UNHCR Regional Office in Rome, Italy. 

Major duties and responsibilities: Major duties and responsibilities:

- Provide support to the celebrities program also by carrying out background research and reporting

- Support in the production of content on refugee stories, such as video and photo 

- Research of content for social media (on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube), scheduling of content via Facebook and Hootsuite 

- Update of institutional website 

- Collaboration in the development and management of multimedia content 

-Translations from English into Italian

- Support in the development and implementation of projects or events, in particular World Refugee Day

- The Intern will be trained and supported in his/her work

 

Qualifications and skills:

- University studies preferably in Communication or related areas

- Previous relevant working experience is an asset

- Ability to use Internet Explorer and Web browsing 

- Familiarity with social media such as Twitter, YouTube and Facebook

- Excellent knowledge and practice in the use of MS Office

-Strong communication skills

-Flexibility and ability to work autonomously 

- Excellent knowledge of English  Excellent knowledge of Italian

 

Application: Please download the Personal History Form (PHF) at: www.unhcr.org/recruit/P11_UNHCR.doc Complete the P11 in English and send it, along with a motivation letter also in English, by email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please quote position title in the subject line. Incomplete or late applications will not be taken into account. Acknowledgements shall only be sent to candidates short-listed for an interview.

 

Remunaration/Benefit: no remuneration preview, but there some benefits. The Food and Transportation Allowance will be the equivalent of 10% of the Daily Subsistence Allowance (DSA) of the duty station and be based on 30 calendar days. It must not exceed the equivalent of USD 1000 per month, normally payable in local currency. Until such date, interns will not financially remunerated by UNHCR. Costs and arrangements for travel including travel arrangements to and from the location where the internship will be carried out, visas, accommodation and living expenses are the responsibilities of interns or their sponsoring institutions.

 

Information:

There is no expectation of employment at the end of the internship. Interns shall not be eligible to apply for, or be appointed to, positions in UNHCR during the period of internship and for a period of six months following the end of their internship. Interns may be hired as individual contractors without a break in service, provided they have the required qualifications and professional experience. 

In order to be considered eligible for an internship, the following criteria must be fulfilled: o Be a recent graduate (12 months) or current student in a graduate/undergraduate school programme from an university or higher education facility accredited by UNESCO.

Please note that candidate must have completed at least 2 years of undergraduate studies in a field relevant to the position. 

An individual whose father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister is a staff member of UNHCR, including a Temporary Appointment holder or a member of the Affiliate Workforce, is not eligible for an internship. - UNHCR interns shall accumulate 1.5 leave days per month of continuous service and may take leave following the agreement of the supervisor. In case of absence due to illness, interns shall be granted up to two days of sick leave per month of service. For sick leave of three or more consecutive work days, a medical certificate issued by a qualified medical practitioner must be produced. The manager shall inform local HR Unit/Administration about any prolonged and/or continuous sick leave of the intern. In situations when the sick leave entitlement for the entire contract period is exhausted, the internship agreement shall come to an end. - Interns will be entitled to a Food and Transportation Allowance which will be effective starting from 01/06/2018.

 

 

 

 

 

Biodiversity boosts ecosystem productivity where each species, no matter how small, all have an important role to play. Give an active contribution to safeguard biodiversity working for Biodiversity International as a temporary staff in the administration field

 

For more opportunities go to Other Opportunities

 

Organization/Company: Bioversity International is a global research-for-development organization. It starts from the idea that agricultural biodiversity nourishes people and sustains the planet. The organization offers scientific evidence, management practices and policy options to use and safeguard agricultural and tree biodiversity to attain sustainable global food and nutrition security. Bioversity International works with partners in low-income countries to meet new global challenges such us: reduce global malnutrition, adapt to climate change, increase productivity and reduce risk, address shrinking food diversity. In 2014, Bioversity International marked 40 years of operations

 

Duty Station: Rome

 

Open To: not specified

 

Timeframe: temporary staff for a maximum of 12 months

 

Deadline: 26/07/2018

 

Job description: Bioversity International is searching for  Support profiles for its Temporary Roster for Administration. Bioversity International employs temporary staff, particularly in administrative and support positions, to assist with specific tasks for periods ranging from a few days up to a maximum of 11 months.The principal function of Biodiversity's Support staff is to undertake financial, administrative, technical or general support services within the Organization

 

Qualifications: Depending on the nature and complexity of the tasks performed, the work of some positions requires completion of secondary schooling plus relevant specialized training, whereas the work of other positions requires expertise in a relevant discipline

 

Application process: to apply  please visit the following page  Job Positions  at the Temporary Roster (Admin.Supp.profiles) section

 

Useful links:

Job Position page

Job description  

Biodiversity International

 

Contact information:

Via dei Tre Denari, 472/a
00054 Maccarese (Fiumicino), Italy
Tel. (39-06) 61181
Fax. (39-06) 6118402

 

edited by  Elisa Onorati

 

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World Food Programme is looking for Temporary Administrative Assistants. Read the description and apply for an outstanding opportunity in one of the most important International Organizations of the world!

 

Click on International Organizations to see more opportunities

 

Organization/Company: WFP was first established in 1961 after the 1960 Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) Conference, when George McGovern, director of the US Food for Peace Programmes, proposed establishing a multilateral food aid programme. The WFP was formally established in 1963 by the FAO and the United Nations General Assembly on a three-year experimental basis. In 1965, the programme was extended to a continuing basis.

The WFP is governed by an Executive Board which consists of representatives from 36 member states. Ertharin Cousin is the current Executive Director, appointed jointly by the UN Secretary General and the Director-General of the FAO for a five-year term. She heads the Secretariat of the WFP. The European Union is a permanent observer in the WFP and, as a major donor, participates in the work of its Executive Board.

Assisting 80 million people in around 80 countries each year, the World Food Programme (WFP) is the leading humanitarian organization fighting hunger worldwide, delivering food assistance in emergencies and working with communities to improve nutrition and build resilience

 

Duty Station: Rome, Italy

 

Open To: Young people with a secondary school education and at least two years of relevant office (secretarial/administrative) experience

 

Timeframe: Not mentioned

 

Deadline: Not mentioned

 

Job description: WFP is seeking qualified applicants to its roster for Temporary Administrative Assistants based in our Headquarters in Rome, Italy. WFP recruits local administrative staff for short term assignments at the entry levels of the General Service category. The duration of the short term assignment may vary from 1 to 11 months

 

The main duties are:

- Collect, sort and disseminate correspondence, reports and other materials, to meet the required demands of staff to time standards.

- Respond to simple routine queries with readily available support by senior staff, and escalate where appropriate, in order to provide a timely and accurate response to enquiries.

- Support the maintenance of office files, documents and records in accordance with established systems and processes, so that information is current and readily available for staff.

- Undertake standard data entry tasks in accordance with defined systems, to ensure information is organised and readily available.

- Assist in creating simple images or information using standardised templates, such as graphs or tables to support the drafting of reports for staff

 

Applications are open to:

- Italian nationals: with a valid passport or identity card

- EU citizens: with a valid passport or identity card AND confirmation of registration from the Italian police authorities or Registrar’s Office (Anagrafe)

- Non-EU citizens: a valid Italian Resident Permit (renewal slips will not be accepted).

 

Qualifications:  Candidates should have:

- Completion of secondary school education.

- At least two years of relevant office (secretarial/administrative) experience – each employment record in the CV should contain a detailed description of clerical duties performed

- Reside within the Rome commuting area.

- Ability to use standard office equipment such as photocopiers and scanners

- Ability to follow standard business support processes and procedures

- Knowledge of standard office software packages, e.g. Microsoft word, Excel, PowerPoint. Computer knowledge and skills should be recorded under the CV

- Ability to handle a large volume of work quickly and accurately under time constraints

- Courtesy, tact and ability to work effectively with people of different national and cultural backgrounds in a team environment

- Good attention to details.

Fluency (Level C) in English language.

 

Wage/Fees:  Not mentioned

 

Application process: Application by the announcement

 

Useful links:

Announcement

WFP

 

Contact information:

Roma, via Cesare Giulio Viola 68

Emanuela Cutelli, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

tel. +39 06 6513 2691

 


Edited by Silvia Cortese

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From the 23rd to the 27th of March you will have the opportunity to participate as a tutor at the Rome Press Game 2018 edition. This unique event organised by the Giovani nel Mondo Association will come alive during the International Careers Festival, annually located in Italy’s magnificent capital.

As the first simulation in the world of its kind, the Rome Press Game rotates around the world of international journalism, offering young minds from all over the globe first hand experiences in news reporting, radio broadcasting and news writing.

So, if communication and journalism are your passion don’t miss a chance to participate, becoming apart of the event. As a tutor it would be your responsibility to prepare the necessary teaching material for the participants, collaborate with the Program Project Director and Executive Director in preparation for the event, and last but not least guide and supervise one of the teams of participants

 

Institution: The Giovani nel Mondo Association is an independent, non-profit, non-denominational, and apolitical organization. The Association pursues educational and cultural goals at the national and international level. Its primary focus is assisting and accompanying youth and young adults, between eighteen and thirty years old, on their educational path and encouraging their professional, academic, and socio-cultural growth.

 

Position: Rome Press Game Tutors 2018

 

Description of the offerWe are searching for young individuals with some experience in the communication and journalism sector. You will be in charge of mentoring the participants during the four days of programmed activities focused on the most important spheres of journalism: web, radio, television and interpretation.

 

Here are the requirements:

-Previous experience in a similar simulation in Italy or abroad

-Previous in-depth knowledge of the English language (minimum level C1) as this will be the main language   spoken during the whole event

-Knowledge of any of the following languages: French, Spanish, German, Russian, Arabic, Chinese.

-Good researching capacity

-Previous experiences a tutor/assistant

-Bachelor's degree, preferably in communication, languages, interpretation, letters, journalism and political sciences

-Preferably some knowledge of the WordPress and joo web platforms

 

Deadline Apply now by sending us your CV at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., you have until the 8th of October 2017 after which we will proceed with selections.

If you want you can have an interview with the Programme Director Shanti Kodituwakku Hettiarachchilage, the 2nd of October at UNINT  during the conference organised by Giovani nel Mondo

 

Where: Rome, International Careers Festival

 

When: From November 2017 to March 2018 (remotely, before the Festival, and at the Festival itself from the 23rd to the 27th of March)

 

Remuneration: Room and board during the Festival are guaranteed. Partial reimbursement of the train/plane ticket

 

Useful links

www.internationalcareersfestival.org

www.romebusinessgame.org

 

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Join us at the International Careers Festival from the 24th to the 27th of March 2018 in Rome and be part of an amazing team of brilliant young minds, institutions, companies, NGOs, and international organizations

 

Organization: The Giovani nel Mondo Association is an independent, non-profit, non-denominational, and apolitical organization. The Association pursues educational and cultural, both international and national, goals; its primary focus is youth and young adults, ages between eighteen and thirty years old, to assist and accompany them on their education path and their professional, academic, and socio-cultural growth.

 

Duty station: Rome, Italy

 

Open to: students and fresh graduates

 

Timeframe: from the 24th to the 27th of March 2018

 

Description: The Festival is composed of four main projects from which participants can choose the one most suited to their academic background, professional aspirations or general interest.

The four projects are:

ROME MODEL UNITED NATIONS - Diplomatic simulation of the United Nations. Recommended for students of (or those interested in) international relations, diplomacy, political science, law;

ROME BUSINESS GAME - Simulation of business realities involving case study competitions. Recommended for students of (those interested in) economics, business, management, marketing, computer science;

ROME PRESS GAME - Journalism and media (web, tv, radio) simulation. Recommended for students of (or those interested in) communication, media, translation and interpretation, literature, philosophy;

INTERNATIONAL CAREERS COURSE - A guidance course filled with practical workshops for a successful international career. Recommended for students from any faculty/academic background.

There are a limited number of places for all four projects. In order to participate, you must complete the application form and pass the selection process.

Furthermore, the Festival has an area which is entirely open to the public: the International Careers Fair. The Fair is a large exhibition area open to both participants and the public alike. It will be divided into two different sections: the education/university area and the work/internship area. It favours the interaction between thousands of students, whether they are looking for study/training/internship/work opportunities, and industry experts.



Requirements: Students enrolled in the following programs can apply as participants for the International Careers Festival:

-High school students in their last two years;

-Undergraduate students;

-Postgraduate students;

-I or II Level Master’s students ;

-Students who have graduated (no more than a year after receiving their diploma);

-Doctorate students;

A B1 level of English (in accordance with the European standard) is required in order to participate in the Festival. As you complete your application form, you will be asked to upload a certificate or to take an online English test provided by our partner.

-Certificate: You will be asked to upload a certificate, whether provided to you from an English language institution or by a university, which proves your level of English, or;

-Online English test: Should you not have a certificate, you will have to take our online English exam (you will be able to access the test through the application form), which will take around 30 minutes. Once you have finished the test, the result will be sent to your e-mail address. You will then be asked to upload the result of your test as a screenshot or as a pdf to your personal account of the Festival's website.

 

Deadline: The following deadlines and requirements apply for all four projects of the Festival, that is, the RomeMUN, Rome Business Game, Rome Press Game, and the International Careers Course.

December 15th 2017 - Deadline for scholarship applications

December 22th 2017 - First deadline for applications and admission tests

If there are vacancies after the first deadline, there will be a second deadline of January 26th, 2018.

 

Application process:

The application procedures are completely automatic and are as follows:
APPLICATION -> ENGLISH TEST (if necessary) -> REGISTRATION OR SCHOLARSHIP

The APPLICATION and REGISTRATION of aspiring participants must be completed and submitted by the 22th of December 2017 (for students who need to pass the english test, we must also receive €15 membership fee by the same date);
If selected, candidates must complete the registration Form and at least make a first payment of €150 by and no later than 7 days after receiving the  acceptance e-mail (however no later than the 26th of January 2018);

The balance of the participation fee, for those registered by the 22th of December 2017, must be paid by the 26th of January 2018;
It is possible to apply for a scholarship before the 15th of December 2017 (Please note: the scholarship application is lengthy and does require time to complete. We suggest that all those applying for a scholarship complete the initial application form well in advanced to avoid missing any deadlines);

 

Useful links:

International Careers Festival

RomeMun

RomePressGame

RomeBusinessGame

InternationalCareersCourse

Fair

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