I am very satisfied that I chose an internship position at the Nobel Peace Center because from the first day I was given responsibility and trust which has given me the opportunity to work independently and develop my skills. I think it is important that you choose a workplace that interests you, at the same time that you can be challenged and occasionally have to step outside your comfort zone, so that you learn to handle various challenges later in your working life. In addition, you learn what kind of tasks you want and don t want to work on when you finish your studies.
Fay Laith Third year student on a bachelor s degree in international studies at ONH Internship at the Nobel Peace Center in autumn where she worked closely with the Freedom of Expression conference. I chose to apply to the Nobel Peace Center whatsapp mobile number list because I am interested in human rights and find it rewarding to work for an institution that actively works for change. Internship is a unique opportunity to gain work experience, but not least to grow as a person. I am very grateful to have been given this opportunity, says Fay.
Nazret Belay Second year student on a bachelor s in peace and conflict studies at ONH. Internship at the Nobel Peace Center in autumn where she has worked together with Andrine at the Freedom of Expression festival. After the festival, she will work on smaller events, and eventually Little and Big Nobel Week which is aimed at the new Nobel Peace Prize winners. Little Nobel Week is the week after the new Nobel Peace Prize winners are named, while Big is when the new exhibition is set up. I chose the internship here as the workplace works directly towards creating peace in all forms and shapes, and I personally find this very rewarding and interesting, says Nazret.