Students & Trainees

Amber Internship programme enables a professional pathway for the career, and brings tangible value & benefits.


An Internship is:

  • A structured work experience abroad in your desired field
  • In-depth experience with organisations operating in a variety of fields that benefit local economy, communities and environments in EU and non-EU countries
  • An experience that should enhance academic, career  and personal development

Amber Internship abroad enables students, graduates and career breakers to gain hands-on experience in a variety of fields.

What are the benefits of internship abroad?

Amber Internship programme enables a professional pathway for the career, and brings tangible value & benefits.

Career Exploration

• Improve your understanding of a particular job or industry and decide if this is the right career field for you

• Improve your understanding of a particular job or industry and decide if this is the right career field for you

• Explore career options  you can progress in the future

• Evaluate the types of jobs that match their personal interests and personality.

• Work alongside a professional in your desired  career field

• Observe the work place and see if it matches expectations

Skill Development

• Gain  new  professional and  life skills

• Gain  new  professional and  life skills

• Apply skills and knowledge learned  to on-the-job experience

• Ability to adapt  in new fields and environment

• Problem-solving and decision-making skills. These also improve and are widely regarded as basic for employment.

• Opportunity to practice communication and teamwork skills

•Achieve a sense of accomplishment by contributing to an organisation you worked for

•Interpersonal skills and ability to work in diverse team

Resume Enhancements

  • Enchance your CV
  • Get a stand out experience that will differentiate you from other  jobseekers
  • You can ask for  a  letter of recommendation


Discover a new country, learn a new language and develop your intercultural skills

  • Working overseas will be a totally different experience to working in your country. Being in a completely new environment, help you become more independent and develop useful life skills that broaden your horizons. Intercultural experience and foreign language skills are always attractive to employers and will increase your employability.

The vast majority of host companies are our long term partners.  All host organisations are thoroughly selected to make sure they are ready to host an intern from abroad, and the internship programme, tasks, support arre properly prepared. We support host organisations and inteerns before, during and after the placement.

  • Application processing
  • Structured placements in EU and non-EU countries
  • Engagement with your host organisation to ensure that the position are in line with your requirement.
  • Regular monitoring and feedback
  • Internship completion certificate
  • Pre-departure preparation and assistance
  • Airport pickup and drop off (where possible)
  • Accommodation (where available)

The host organisation  can be private or public. They must be active in the labour market,  or in the fields of education, environment or youth. Some examples include:

  • social enterprises
  • public bodies
  • schools and educational centres
  • Non-profit organisations and NGO’s
  • Charities
  • Businesses



Advantages of working for a small charity

1.Charity jobs come in all shapes, sizes and offer great opportunities, which suit all aspirations, but the one thing they have in common is that charities and NGOs work towards a good cause and provide services that are saving and changing lives every day, in every part of the world. The causes cover the whole range, from caring for stray cats to support of those in needs.
2. Working in a small team.
This is a chance to get to know your colleagues very well, collaborate with them, and understand their working culture. Working in diverse team can be very beneficial. Individuals from diverse backgrounds can offer a selection of different talents, skills and experiences that you can learn from.
3. Amazing opportunities
There are a wide variety of roles in this sector, both for new graduates as well as for those who would like to change their career. In a small organisations you’ll be expected to perform a greater number of different tasks as there are no specialists. This will provide you with the chance to develop a broader range of skills and greatly boost your CV.
In larger organisations there is far more segregation of roles so you would need to know which area you would like to get into – for example, customer service, marketing, finance or community development.
4. Placement can be tailored to suit you
Working for a small charity or NGO gives you a much greater sense of satisfaction and you can make a real impact. . Small voluntary, non-for profit organisations and charities are at the heart of their communities and work tirelessly to support those in need. The secret to the success of small organisations is the passion of their staff, volunteers and trustees.

Examples of roles. Discover which one is right for you.

Unpaid internships are common, but some companies can offer financial compensation. Whether or not you will get a salary depends on your industry and role.

Between 1 and 12 months

Start dates are flexible, and depend on your circumstances and  requirement of the host organisation.

Internships, placements and work experience

Types of internships

Academic Credit Internships

Our internships  can contribute towards your university or college qualification. An academic internship is any credit-bearing  work experience  in which you take on responsible roles in different types of companies.  By completion of the internship, you are receiving academic credit. We offer practical, professional work  opportunities for undergraduates and postgraduates in a diverse range of fields.

Summer Internships

Summer internships are usually eight to twelve weeks long. These internships provide academic credits and experience in your field.  Summer internships are very popular, and provide opportunities to discover a particular role,  and taste of an industry.

Work Placement

On some courses, work placements are compulsory in order to get your degree.  If your  university  did not  allocate a work placement for you,  you  should find it yourslef.  Duration will depend on your course requirement, it can be between one and three months, in some cases – up to twelve months.

Gap Year

Gap year  is a period of time when students take a break from formal education.  Taking a gap year may be adventure of a lifetime, and you can use this time to  gain a great experience that  will boost your CV.  An increasingly popular option, it provides time for traveling, volunteering, learning a new language, or  other activities for personal development.  Gap years come in all shapes and sizes and is tremendously beneficial. Students often return to their education in a very much more mature state.

Volunteering Abroad

Whether you’re a student, or you’re taking a gap year, or you’re a career break traveler, you can  find a volunteer placement abroad that will add real skills and experience to your CV.  You can find  a volunteering placement in the areas of your interest. There are many different categories of volunteering placement to choose between.  To make a right choice, you should assess your needs, skills and desired career path. There are plenty of opportunities to volunteer having no  particular skills that are needed.

Easy 3-step application process

Apply online

Fill in the application online.  We will review your application, and issue a reference number.

When you found a suitable position, you need to fill a short ‘Express Interest Form’ to highlight relevant experience and demonstrate key competencies . The link to this form can be found in each role description.


 If you are succeful, you will be invited for a next stage of selection process, which is determined by the hosting organisation. Some organisations require a cover letter, others can  ask  to set up a personal interview.  The interview will be conducted by  our staff member or by the host organisation. 


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Interview Outcomes/ Confirmation

When the host organisation approved your candidature, you will receive an acceptance  letter.

After receiving your payment, we will begin working on  preparation of all documents and practical arrangement for your  internship placement.




Internships and Placements

  • • Business Administration
  • • Communications and Marketing
  • • Environment and Conservation
  • • Animal Welfare/ Veterinary
  • • Graphic Design
  • • Sport