Are you applying to intern at the United Nations? Are you one of those who aspire to go into international organizations, but simply exasperate at their complicated and elusive application system, or the dearth of opportunities for undergraduates?
Join us for Part 2 of our "Careers in the United Nations" series for an intimate discussion, where you will hear from some of our very own LSE students who recently completed their internship in different parts of the UN system.
Caroline Vexler, MSc Student, 3-Month Internship at the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) in Geneva, Switzerland
Sophia Pitcairn, MSc Student, 7-Month Internship at United Nations Action for Cooperation and Cooperation Against Trafficking in Persons (UN-ACT) and 4-Month Intership at the Permanent Mission of the UK to the UN in Geneva, Switzerland
Mock Yi Jun, BSc Student, 4-week internship at the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Singapore to the UN, Geneva, Switzerland
Juliette Perche, MSc Student, 6-Month Internship at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in Bangkok, Thailand, and 4-Month internship at the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP)
Pia Andres, MSc Student and UNSOC Careers Officer
The LSE SU UN Society is one of the biggest and most operationally diverse societies on the LSE campus. By empowering our members with the necessary skills and knowledge about the causes that they are passionate about, we seek to be a 1-stop society to bring about positive change in our communities. By giving our members the skill sets, perspectives and values to shape their world, we welcome them to their world as global citizens capable of building a brighter future. The world has many issues yet to be resolved, but as we change our world, we change the world. We look forward to you joining our society. It’s a home for all and there is a place for everyone.