Internship IDC European Government Consulting

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IDC’s European Government Consulting is looking for an Intern to support our project management of studies and projects on ICT research, innovation and market development, funded by the European Commission. The intern will also be expected to support the preparation of proposals responding to European Commission calls. He/she will have the opportunity to learn the main skills of an international market analyst including writing and public speaking. The role is based in Milan, with some traveling in Europe.


The successful candidate will be expected to:


  • Provide operational support to project management of European studies and projects, including organizing meetings, workshops, preparing minutes, draft presentations, formatting and editing reports;
  • Provide operational support to proposals preparation with a specific focus on administrative documentation;
  • Manage updating of content and communication flows on projects websites, Twitter,, Facebook;
  • Support the design and implementation of online surveys, partners/contacts databases and engagement activities;
  • Have good teamwork, self-organization and problem-solving capabilities.



  • Fluency in written and spoken English is a must
  • Degree in Political Sciences or Economics or Marketing Communication
  • Good working knowledge of Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)
  • Experience or willingness to learn to manage Excel databases and carry out some statistical elaborations
  • Social Media Marketing capabilities
  • Knowledge of a second European language would be advantageous

This position calls for a highly motivated individual with at least some interest in technology innovation and European policies. The successful candidate will be flexible, collaborative, willing to learn, and will be expected to show problem-solving capabilities and initiative in dealing with everyday problems while being a team player.


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