Help promote and safeguard European Jewry culture: edit the institute's research work in various fields, including material in the archive, oral history projects, and more. Assist in public relations campaigns and in the advertisement and running of academic and cultural activities. Interns gain first-hand experience in the day-to-day operations of a research institute. The intern will be engaged in a wide variety of tasks as well as benefit from the multi-lingual and scholarly working environment.
A research institute that promotes and encourages the study of the history and culture of Jewry in Germany and Central Europe. They publish the work of leading scholars and researchers, hold scholarly seminars and events, and grant academic scholarships.
Spoken and written German, research skills.