The Kosciuszko Institute is looking for ambitious, highly motivated and eager to gain some experience in work within the analytics team involved in the research on disinformation.
Founded in 2000, the Kosciuszko Institute is a leading, non-governmental and non-profit think tank and research institute. Our mission is to act in the interest of the socio-economic development and security of Poland as a proactive member of the European Union and NATO.
As a leader among Polish non-governmental organisations, the Kosciuszko Institute runs a range of national and international projects devoted to multifaceted aspects of security. Cybersecurity is the biggest area of the Kosciuszko Institute programme team activity, within which we launched CYBERSEC – the European Cybersecurity Forum. It is one of the most recognized cybersecurity events in Europe. For four years now we have been hosting prominent decision-makers, business leaders and academics, who discuss, debate and shape the future of European cybersecurity on the CYBERSEC stage.
As an intern you will be involved, among others, in the process of conducting research, testing of OSINT tools and analysis and data visualisation.
Internship is a unique opportunity to take deeper look into the structure of the non-governmental organisation and learn how to turn ideas into actions.
Duration of an internship: 3 months, start: 13 December
Character of involvement: unpaid internship, 20 hours per week
Application deadline: 08.12.2019
Please send your CV (cover letter optional) to firstname.lastname@example.org (in Polish or English) with “INTERNSHIP within analytics team” in the subject heading.
We reply to the selected candidates. The internship is not paid.
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