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AEYCO: Traineeship at the European Commission
A traineeship at the European Commission is much more than just a professional experience. Each batch of trainees organises a huge range of social activities, from football to wine-tasting and much in between – in true bureaucratic fashion, each with its own organising committee! There are usually 40-50 of such activities to choose from.
M! International: In 2012, you have applied for a traineeship at the European Commission and this was an important point in your career developments. What was the initial motivation to conduct this journey?The Motivation section is also slightly different. There’s still a general motivation part, where you have to explain “why you are applying for a traineeship at the European Commission, what your expectations are and why you think that you are a good candidate.” I’ve already discussed about this in my previous posts and comments, so browse through.A traineeship at the European Commission is much more than just a professional experience. Each batch of trainees organises a huge range of social activities, from football to wine-tasting and much in between – in true bureaucratic fashion, each with its own organising committee! There are usually 40-50 of such activities to choose from.Neringa Tumenaite
The President is the primary leader of the OCEANS Network and brings forward the mission and vision of the Network. She has the responsibility to ensure the overall performance and regular operation of the Board Structure, both internally and towards external organizations and partners. Also, she is Board member of the Erasmus+ Student and Alumni Association.
About Neringa: Neringa has studied Bachelor of Creative Industries at VGTU, Lithuania and Masters of Media Culture at the University of Maastricht, the Netherlands. Her academic exchange experience includes Erasmus mobility to a business school EPHEC in Brussels, Belgium and semester at the University of Ulsan in Ulsan, South Korea under the ICI-ECP Education Cooperation Programme of the European Commission.
In addition to her studies, Neringa she did Erasmus training at an independent cinema production company in Spain, received United Nations Development Programme scholarship to intern at an NGO European Network Against Racism and completed a traineeship at the European Commission.
As a human rights activist, she has a strong interest in policies of international development, inclusion and promoting youth empowerment through non-formal education methods, all of which have brought her to OCEANS.