Students Given the Opportunity to Work as Interns at McCann Podgorica under the Internship Programme

The American Chamber of Commerce in Montenegro has provided 21 internship positions for final-year students in Montenegro, under the framework of the Internship Programme entitled AmCham Montenegro 2014.

This programme allows final-year students studying at three major Montenegrin universities to gain professional experience and business contacts shortly before graduation.

“The internship programme is a great opportunity for students completing their studies to gain work experience and business contacts. Practice is the best way for them to identify what they want to do and in which direction they want to continue their professional careers”, said the CEO of the American Chamber of Commerce in Montenegro, Edin Seferović.

The internship lasts three months and will be conducted in several companies, including McCann Podgorica.

The invitation is valid for students of the Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (Information Technology), and the Faculty of Political Science, Faculty of Business English, as well as for those studying at the Faculty of Visual Arts (Graphic Design).

The minimum criteria for the candidates for the Internship Programme is that only final year students who have an excellent knowledge of English (written and spoken), an excellent knowledge of computer skills (MS Office) and other skills and abilities, as well as motivation, creativity and entrepreneurial spirit can apply, with the latter being taken into account for decision-making as well.

All interested candidates should send their applications for registration by Thursday, 27 March, until 12 AM to the following e-mail address:

“This is the fourth participation of McCann Podgorica in the Internship Programme for final-year students organized by the American Chamber of Commerce. We see this as a good incentive for students who want to experience working in companies and apply and develop their theoretical knowledge in practice”, says Marijana Kovačević, Managing Director at McCann Podgorica, adding: “On the other hand, this is an opportunity for us to meet the best human resource potential that is yet to enter the labour market.

We are very satisfied with our cooperation and selected candidates. This April, we expect a new colleague, this time from the Faculty of Visual Arts.”