INTERPOL’s Internship Programme welcomes candidates from any of our 195 member states. The Programme attracts talented students or recent graduates to the Organization and provides them with:
- A better understanding of the Organization’s goals and objectives and how international police cooperation is organized
- An insight into how an international organization operates.
- A framework to enhance their educational experience through practical work assignments, thereby developing skills which are useful for their career and future employment.
- Experience of working in a multicultural, multidisciplinary and multi-ethnic environment, contributing to the development of mutual understanding, trust and tolerance.
All the relevant information about our Internship Programme may be found on our official website.
Candidates should familiarize themselves with the conditions of the internship and the requirements prior to applying for this internship.
Please find all necessary information on this internship at the bottom of the page (link to PDF document next to the bullet point).
Please save the PDF document for your ease of reference as INTERPOL will not provide you with this document after the applications’ deadline.
Interns are entitled to the payment of a monthly allowance determined by the Secretary-General. The allowance is established and paid in the currency of the country of the INTERPOL duty station to which the participant is assigned.
GENERAL INFORMATION ON INTERPOL
In compliance with INTERPOL’s Confidentiality regime the successful candidate will have to undergo a security screening according to the clearance level attached to the function.
INTERPOL is committed to achieving diversity and inclusion within its workforce. INTERPOL is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes the applications of all qualified candidates who are nationals of INTERPOL member states, irrespective of their racial or ethnic origin, opinions or beliefs, gender, sexual orientation, health or disabilities.
INTERPOL places no restrictions on the eligibility of candidates, without distinction as to race or ethnic origin, religion, opinions, gender, sexual orientation or disabilities. However, the national policy and laws in force in INTERPOL host countries may mean that staff members’ spouses or partners, while legally recognized by the Organization, are not given the same recognition when they reside in certain duty stations. When this is the case, the Organization will inform the candidates accordingly to ensure that they are aware of the situation and allow them to make an informed decision.
INTERPOL has four official languages: English, French, Spanish and Arabic.
INTERPOL retains the right not to make any appointment to this vacancy, to make an appointment at a lower or upper grade or to make an appointment with a modified job description or for a shorter or longer duration than indicated above.
INTERPOL would like to inform candidates that their application may be considered for other similar positions.
INTERPOL operates a non-smoking policy.
INTERPOL is the world’s largest international police organization, with 195 member states. Created in 1923, it facilitates cross-border police co-operation, and supports and assists all organizations, authorities, and services whose mission is to prevent or combat international crime.