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ThinkYoung AISBL

ThinkYoung is the first think tank that focuses on young people.It was foun­ded in 2007 and has expan­ded to have offices in Brus­sels, Geneva, Mad­rid and Hong Kong.

It is a not-for-profit organ­isa­tion, with the aim of mak­ing the world a bet­ter place for young people, by involving them in decision mak­ing pro­cesses and by provid­ing decision makers with high qual­ity research on key issues affect­ing young people.

ThinkYoung con­ducts stud­ies and sur­veys, makes doc­u­ment­ary movies, writes policy pro­pos­als and devel­ops edu­ca­tion pro­grammes: up to date, ThinkYoung pro­jects have reached over 600’000 young people.

Based on its research on young people`s neces­sit­ies, ThinkYoung cre­ates train­ings and work­shops to empower youth with the tools to have a pos­it­ive impact and make a change.

Through the entre­pren­eur­ship schools set up in Europe and Asia, every year 300 young people from all con­tin­ents are given the oppor­tun­ity to cooper­ate, the chance to learn first hand exper­i­ence from suc­cess­ful entre­pren­eurs, and the skills to cre­ate their own com­pany.

At ThinkYoung Audi­ovisual Labor­at­ory, young research­ers are trained in film­mak­ing and mul­ti­me­dia pro­jects. So far, our team has pro­duced about 100 doc­u­ment­ar­ies on youth in more than 30 dif­fer­ent European and Asian coun­tries.

ThinkYoung Pro­ject Assist­ant (Intern­ship)

Pro­ject Assist­ant Intern

Work­ing field:

Main tasks

  • Write pro­ject pro­posal (timelines/ resources needed/ budget/ poten­tial part­ners);
  • Mobil­ize ThinkYoung’s resources (team and logistic) and external stake­hold­ers for the pro­ject imple­ment­a­tion;
  • Identify and get in con­tact with poten­tial stake­hold­ers that can be involved in the pro­ject (asso­ci­ations, com­pan­ies, EU bod­ies);
  • Pro­mo­tional cam­paign (social medias; web­site updates; etc…);
  • Set­ting up timelines and dead­lines to be respec­ted;
  • Organ­ize the whole logistic part of the event;
  • If the intern shows abil­it­ies and good respons­ible skills, he/she excep­tion­ally can lead other mem­bers of the team;
  • Reg­u­lar reports to the man­ager about the evol­u­tion of the pro­ject;
  • Write press releases, or other short doc­u­ments related to the pro­ject;
  • Any kind of tasks related to the pro­ject (from very small tasks to pub­lic present­a­tion);
  • Being part of ThinkYoung’s team, the intern might also be asked to con­trib­ute to other activ­it­ies as pro­ject exe­cu­tion, external rela­tions, medias, fun­drais­ing, and office tasks...


  • Res­ult ori­ented/ solu­tion ori­ented/can do atti­tude;
  • Respons­ible;
  • Good level of Eng­lish;
  • Extro­vert/ Out­go­ing per­son­al­ity;
  • Organ­ized and self-motiv­ated work­ing style, pro-act­ive atti­tude;
  • Excel­lent verbal & writ­ten com­mu­nic­a­tion skills;
  • Abil­ity to work both in a team and inde­pend­ently;
  • Good organ­iz­a­tion, team player, excel­lent com­mu­nic­a­tion skills, soci­able;
  • Stu­dent or recent gradu­ate of busi­ness; man­age­ment; journ­al­ism; com­mu­nic­a­tion stud­ies; polit­ical sci­ences or rel­ev­ant pro­gram;
  • Com­puter lit­er­ate in all main Microsoft Office applic­a­tions (Lit­er­acy in Adobe cre­at­ive suite soft­ware, con­sidered a plus);
  • Pas­sion­ate about EU themes;
  • Prior work­ing exper­i­ence in no‐profit or gov­ern­ing agen­cies not required, but a plus;
  • Know­ledge of French and other lan­guages not neces­sary, but a plus.

What we of­fer:

  • Inter­ac­tion with high-caliber external stake­hold­ers;
  • Know­ledge of the European insti­tu­tions, includ­ing con­tacts amongst Mem­bers of the European Par­lia­ment and the European Com­mis­sion;
  • Fun­drais­ing skills, includ­ing con­tacts in Pub­lic Affairs, Com­pan­ies, Found­a­tions and other donors;
  • Good exper­i­ence in man­aging pro­jects;
  • Know­ledge about European pro­grams and fund­ing mech­an­isms;
  • Pro­ject man­age­ment skills: organ­iz­a­tion of small and large pro­jects;
  • Lan­guage skills and inter­cul­tural com­pet­ences due to the mul­tina­tional envir­on­ment;
  • Work exper­i­ence in an NGO.

How to ap­ply:

Please apply through the fol­low­ing link: