Apply for internship position!


Are you an Icelandic student interested in getting an international work experience? Then we would like to hear from you!

In 2023 the Nordic Council of Ministers’ presidency is held by Iceland. The Nordic Council of Ministers’ Office in Lithuania therefore invites enthusiastic and curious Icelandic students to do an internship!

We offer an interesting international internship for those who want to gain experience in various areas of the public sector. During the internship, you will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the implementation of projects in the fields of climate and sustainability, culture, digitization, education, energy, gender equality, media, youth and other areas.

The duration of the internship is 6 months with full-time work. We invite you to start the internship in the beginning of January (we can discuss the start and ending date).

We hope that you:

  • Are interested in international cooperation, Nordic-Baltic relations, you are proactive, creative, able to communicate, have good organizational skills;
  • Are able to perform tasks related to project management, analytical work, organization of events, and administration.
  • Communicate perfectly in English.
  • Are a student, or in-between studies, of a relevant topic.

In addition to being a great opportunity to get international work experience, Vilnius also offers a strong social arena for young people. You will be working together with a young Lithuanian intern, there are opportunities to get to know other Nordic interns at other entities, while Vilnius also being inhabited by many students.

The internship will not be paid, but students and recent graduates can receive a grant from Erasmus+. Please contact your university regarding this opportunity.

Candidates are invited to send a cover letter and their curriculum vitae in English by October 23rd 2022 by e-mail

The provisionally selected candidates will be invited for an interview.

Any questions? Do not hesitate to contact our current Norwegian intern Ingvild Strand: