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    INTERNSHIP – Communications & Projects Intern (subject to a university learning/internship agreement)

    FIA Region I is a consumer body representing 101 Motoring and Touring Clubs and over 36 million members from across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The FIA represents the interests of our members as motorists, riders, pedestrians and passengers. FIA Region I is working to ensure safe, affordable, clean and efficient mobility for all. Learn more about FIA Region I’s policy priorities at: https://www.fiaregion1.com/fia/policy/


    Communications & Projects Intern

    Place: FIA Region I office in Brussels, Belgium (on-site, Brussels-based)

    Duration: 6 months, full-time (mandatory learning/internship agreement* provided by the university)

    Starting date: 02.10.2023

    Deadline for applications: 27.07.2023 (applicants will be requested to undertake a test)

    *agreement between the school, the student and the FIA, provided by the school


    The role:

    This internship would suit a student looking to grow a variety of skills in communications and project management.

    Tasks would include but not be strictly limited to:

    • Drafting and editing articles
    • Preparing weekly newsletter
    • Designing communications deliverables (brochures, banners, social media visuals, etc.)
    • Updating websites (using WordPress)
    • Monitoring press
    • Supporting management of social media
    • Supporting pre- and post-event organisation
    • Analysing and reporting on survey results, social media and website analytics
    • Supporting communication needs for EU-funded projects


    University student seeking work experience in Brussels within an international team. Qualities required include a high level of English, both written and spoken, creativity; a fast learner, and a determination to get the job done right. The ideal candidate is organised, enthusiastic, with an ability to prioritise time-sensitive assignments and an eye for detail. A knowledge of Adobe Suite and html/WordPress and active social media presence is a plus. Candidates must be registered at a higher education institution to be eligible for the internship position.


    Candidates must have the right to work in Belgium. If you are not a student registered in a higher education institution, your application will not be considered.

    We are offering a full-time internship, 5 days a week (Monday-Friday).

    A 600€ stipend will be given covering a part of the living costs in Brussels.


    Applications (CV and cover letter) should be sent to Gabriel Simcic and Lisandra Fesalbon (internshipR1@fia.com) with the subject “Communications & Projects internship Fall 2023″.

    By submitting your application, you agree to FIA Region I storing your personal data for the purpose and duration of the 2023 internship position selection process.


    In your application, please respond by yes or no to the following questions (in the body of your email):

    • Can your school/university provide you with a learning/internship agreement? Yes/No
    • Are you available to work fulltime in the six-months internship period? Yes/No
    • Do you have the nationality of one of the EU/EEA Member States? If not, do you have a work permit allowing you to work in Belgium? Yes/No