Erasmus Internship France
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What is Included
Location – La Giraudière, Brossac, South West France
Internship Type – Tasks and projects related to the organisation’s purpose and mission and possibly encompassing the academic or business qualification you hope to receive or may already have. This internship will include a group French, or English language lessons.
Interns Career Level – Trainee/Intern
Length of Internship – The minimum internship is 1 months
Intern Dates – Dates at present are flexible with places available spring, summer and the fall.
Hours – The maximum hours for Erasmus Interns is 32 hours per week includes your Language lessons
Assessment – Your French, or English, language skills will be assessed in terms of Listening, Reading, Spoken Interaction, Spoken Production and Writing. Group Lessons – Half a day each week there is a group French lesson.
Appraisal – A final appraisal of your improvement as compared with your original assessment will be carried out during the last week of your internship, and an award of French Language attainment will be presented alongside your Certificate of Internship and Letter of Achievement.
Intern’s Duties: Accounting & Bookkeeping – Almost every action that takes place on a project, as in the profit sector, could attract an accounting procedure. Everything must be documented and accounted for. The internship will show you basic double entry accounting up to producing a trail balance and the systems that ensure La Giraudière is accountable and seen to be accountable.
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Rewards – At the completion of the internship you will receive a Certificate of Internship, a Letter of Achievement, an award of French Language attainment and the knowledge of how to make a Resume / CV that is search engine friendly.
The contact you will make will go on for a life time.
You should read more about the rewards from this internship by visiting Benefits of Interning