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World Food Programme (WFP)

In 2019, out of 16 internships offered worldwide for their Summer programme, 10 Sciences Po students had the great opportunity to travel the world and work for the WFP. In 2020, the internship programme was cancelled. In 2021, Sciences Po and the WFP offers you 29 opportunities with our new Summer internship programme: will you be part of it?
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How my experience at the WFP reinforced my desire to work in development policies

Thiffanie Rodriguez, currently in Master 2 International Public Management is passionate about education, especially in education in emergencies. Between the third and last semester of her Master’s, she took a gap year to explore the different facets of education worldwide. After an internship and a consultancy at the Directorate of Education of the OECD, she completed a 3-months internship with the World Food Programme Myanmar Country Office. Read her feedbacks about her experience.

My work at the WFP in Tadjikistan

Sciences Po has a partnership with the World Food Programme. In 2016-2017, five Students from Sciences Po had the chance to do an internship in one of the WFP offices. A very selective process, as 22 positions were offered worldwide… Sciences Po did really well placing five students! Interview with
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MY WORK AT THE WFP: HOW I HAD A SMALL IMPACT ON FOOD INSECURITY IN ETHIOPIA

Sciences Po has a partnership with the World Food Programme. In 2016-2017, five Students from Sciences Po had the chance to do an internship in one of the WFP offices. A very selective process, as 22 positions were offered worldwide… Sciences Po did really well placing five Students!Interview with Marella Fenker, currently in Master 2 International Public Management,about her internship with the World Food Programme in Ethiopia

04.09.2023
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