Undergraduate students and postgraduate students, in the fields of study:
Pedagogy (special, preschool and early childhood),
Therapy and education of children and adolescents with autism and Asperger's Syndrome,
WHAT DO WE OFFER?
Student internship at the Foundation, which provides assistance to people on the autism spectrum and their families
acquire practical professional skills and expertise in the various areas covered by our activities
Support from expert supervisors during the internship
A certificate of apprenticeship, which includes information about the activities performed, information about the skills acquired during the apprenticeship, an opinion about the apprentice
constant contact with the Foundation
information about emerging job opportunities
referral from university
contract with the university
NNW insurance for the duration of the internship (within the scope of the student or the university)
Do you want to start a student internship at JiM and have a referral from your university?
Fill out the application form at www.
Selected Candidates will be invited to an interview with a JiM Foundation representative. Regardless of the outcome of the interview, you will receive feedback from us
If all goes well, we will invite you to sign an internship contract.
From this point on, you and I will be creating a better world for people with autism!
IMPORTANT: If you decide to do an internship, you must have a valid accident insurance policy during the internship.
If you have additional questions about the internship, write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We can also arrange a meeting or lecture at your university and tell you what we do and what an internship might look like for students in your field of study.
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