Call for applications: EDUCCKATE Mentoring Internships
10 October 2013
The UCL Centre for Applied Archaeology (CAA) is now recruiting for its EDUCCKATE Mentoring Internship programme.
Sarah Wolferstan and Gai Jorayev (CAA) with Nicolas Ulloa Olguin (UCL Advances) recently chaired the EDUCCKATE interim meeting in Matera, Italy. Sarah was invited to discuss the project on Italian regional TV news channel (in Italian) together with Paolo Montemurro, from the Italian organisation Quality Program.
The CAA is looking to recruit UCL students for Cultural and Creative businesses. Businesses will be introduced to the EDUCCKATE Mentoring platform and matched with students, who will attend training on entrepreneurship (3-6 November 2013) and receive a stipend to take part in a 3-month mentored internship programme hosted by a cultural or creative sector organisation.
EDUCCKATE – Education Cultural and Creative Knowledge Alliance for Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs - is an 18-month pilot project that is co-financed by the European Commission (DG Education & Culture) in the area of University Business collaboration.
- The deadline for applications is 20 October 2013.
- For more information and application forms please visit the CAA EDUCCKATE webpage