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There is an advertisement promoting English speaking public relations internships in Netherlands on the first page of Google. It says "Faruse" is an international job search platform for English speakers. Internships for students also can be found on the same webpage. In one of the questions you have to ask if you want to participate, a link says, "Find an English-speaking intern". You have to find an event management company that offers internships for students. There is one listed, but I am not sure if it is genuine.
The event management firm promotes two internships for students - Brand Communication and Communications internships. Brand communication is for media professionals. Media internships are for a variety of media careers. They offer internships for media professionals specialising in events, advertising, brand building, communications, PR, brand development and event promotion. There is a link that goes to their website where you can register for both of these internships. The website has a lot of information about the company.
The company has English as the default language. They also have employees that know English as well as conversational English. So, it would appear that English speaking public relations internships in Netherlands may be available.
The other form of English speaking event management internships in Netherlands includes Brand development internships for advertising, communications, PR and marketing professionals. They offer internships for advertising, communications, PR and marketing professionals. There is also a link that goes to their website to register for either one or all three internships.
Another type of English speaking public relations internship in Netherlands is advertising, communications, PR, and marketing professionals. The advertising and communications internships can be found voluntarily. For advertising, the intern will work in advertising departments at small and large companies in the Netherlands. The advertising PR and marketing internships can be found in larger cities and the more rural areas of the Netherlands.
The last type of English speaking public relations internships in Netherlands are for media specialists. These internships can be found in newspapers, magazines, radio stations and TV channels. The media specialists can work in various positions such as marketing managers, news managers, event planners, event coordinators and production managers. They must be prepared to speak both English and Dutch.
English speaking public relations internships in Netherlands provide opportunities to travel around the country while making connections in various cities. By participating in internships in multiple cities, the English speaking intern will build valuable contacts in the business community. This experience also allows the intern to be exposed to the Dutch culture in a fun and easy way. The Amsterdam internship can be an excellent choice for someone wanting to break into the world of public relations.