Interested in European Politics?

EU Public Affairs Intern at Microsoft with AIESEC

Working at Microsoft

Microsoft has an enduring commitment to working to fulfill our public responsibilities and to serving the needs of people in communities worldwide. Fundamental to this commitment is the role we serve as a responsible global corporate citizen.

As our company has grown, this commitment has extended far beyond our own products and services and has been amplified many times over through our network of partners, including governments, nonprofits and other organizations.

What will you be doing?

The intern will work in Microsoft’s EU Policy office in support of the Microsoft’s Senior EU Public Affairs and Citizenship Director and will interact on a regular basis with other senior Microsoft Public Affairs and policy mangers, corporate and government elites. The internship will be focused on EU youth policy outreach support, including tracking relevant forums, awards, events, research youth organizations, think tanks and competitor activity in the region.


  • Corporate Community Engagement (Preferred)
  • Communications and Journalism (Preferred)
  • Leadership Skills (Required)
  • Organisational Management (Preferred)
  • Interest in European Politics
  • English Language, Excellent/Native (Required)


Do you want to take this awesome opportunity?

Want to learn a lot and take yourself to a higher level?

Start date: 14 january 2013

application deadline: 13 december 2012

Location: Brussels, Belgium

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"I have always been impressed by the skills and drive of our AIESEC interns."

“I have always been impressed by the skills and drive of our AIESEC interns. Their can-do attitude, relentless energy and curiosity have been witnessed by many of our employees. Each of them has shown a tremendous ability to adapt, a strong diplomatic acumen, a wide knowledge of the international context and the tireless motivation to make a positive difference in their adopted community. We are especially proud to foster such diverse young talents from the many countries in the world and hope their experience with Microsoft will facilitate their future personal and professional development."

– Sylvie Laffarge, Director Community Affairs, Microsoft EMEA