16 September 2018

The Nordic Institute in Greenland is seeking an academic intern. You will be working in a dynamic team, that works with cultural exchange between Greenland, the Nordic countries, the Arctic region and the Baltic States.

What will you get? As an intern at NAPA you will get a chance to gain solid experience in working with and completing projects. This entails (among other things) archiving of earlier projects, sustainable project organizing, and developing methods to execute projects in the future. As an intern, you will have a large influence on your work, room for input and your own initiatives to develop the Institute’s work.

We expect you to be studying toward a Master’s degree in a humanistic field or in social sciences, but we encourage everyone to apply, despite their field of study.

Qualifications:

 

Internship terms – the internship is unpaid and lasts from the end of January to the end of June 2019. The internship is a part of your degree, for which you will receive merits (ECTS) and for which you will receive education grants.

Applications for winter/spring 2019, resumés and any other relevant documentation must be submitted by December the 15th 2018, to napa@napa.gl by e-mail. Interviews will be held during weeks 2 and 3 of 2019.

Who we are: The Nordic Institute in Greenland works with developing, supporting and stimulating Greenlandic and Nordic culture, with a particular emphasis on children and youth. That is why NAPA has a particular focus on:

You can read more about us here: www.norden.org & www.napa.gl

Want to know more? If you have any further questions, please contact our Director Mats Bjerde on mats@napa.gl