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Let's make a monster list of interpreting internships/traineeships for new graduates:



Requires strong French.
Brief description: "Interpreting traineeships, which last from 10 to 12 weeks, are primarily aimed at newly qualified conference interpreters whose language combination is of interest to the Interpretation Directorate."

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asked 26 Feb '13, 10:57

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edited 27 Feb '13, 06:55

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Vincent Buck ♦♦

Hi Why not turn your question into a community wiki? Then if there are other answers/internships it will be a single simple reference.

(26 Feb '13, 13:19) Andy

Thanks, Andy! I didn't even know I could do that. Let's see what happens :)

(26 Feb '13, 14:31) TheInterpret...

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(27 Feb '13, 07:00) Vincent Buck ♦♦
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