Our 6-months internship

On an internship with World Heritage Watch, you will
  • be exposed to the realities at World Heritage Sites around the world;

  • meet a global network of more than 200 activist groups in 63 countries;

  • have an opportunity to be in touch with some of the major players in the World Heritage Community;

  • be involved in social media, events, campaigns and publications;

  • work in a relaxed but highly committed English-speaking NGO in one of the most beautiful office spaces in Berlin!

Since unfortunately we cannot offer any remuneration for our internships, we prefer applicants who are fully funded. Candidates enrolled at a university and living outside Germany are encouraged to consult the Erasmus+ Program of the EU (see below).

Erasmus traineeship grant

If you are not a German citizen, to help you during your internship, make sure to check the ERASMUS + Grants for youth traineeship!

Erasmus+ is the EU’s programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. It has an estimated budget of €26.2 billion. This is nearly double the funding compared to its predecessor programme (2014-2020). The 2021-2027 programme places a strong focus on social inclusion, the green and digital transitions, and promoting young people’s participation in democratic life.

Erasmus+ is open to many individuals and organisations, although eligibility varies from one action to another and from one country to another. Individuals can take part in many of the opportunities funded by Erasmus+, although most will have to do so through an organisation taking part in the programme. The eligibility of individuals and organisations depends on the country in which they are based. Eligible countries are divided into two groups, Programme countries and Partners countries. Although Programme countries are eligible for all actions of Erasmus+, Partner countries can only take part in some, and are subject to specific conditions.

For more information, see the