Valuable internships for FSPAC students

The top 15 students of the Faculty of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences are already involved in internships developed through the project “Vocational counseling, internships and simulated enterprise: an extra chance in finding a job for students following specializations in public administration, communication, public relations and advertising” (HRD / 161 / 2.1 / G / 137 510). The students benefit true learning experiences and training for the labor market in three public institutions, NGOs and companies. They are involved in ongoing activities of organizations, but are also encouraged to develop projects or new activities.

Bianca Elias, a student in the third year at the department of Communication and Public Relations, has been in practice at the Elf School, where among current activities had the chance to write the school blog, talking about her experience at school, practicing her skills in written communication, creative media and showing things learned from the interaction with students and teachers of the school:

My name is Bianca Elijah, I am a third-year student at the Communication and PR department. I applied for an internship at the Elf School through the partnership made between Danis Foundation and the Faculty of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences. My main tasks at the Elf School were related to the field of communication and public relations. To better understand the mechanisms of school, I turned my attention to the most important resource: the human resource. So I got to spend a day with the students of IIId class. (…) When I left the Elf  School, I started to  think how important is to understand the needs of children, to manage to be friends, to know how to be firm sometimes, but without being perceived as harsh or aggressive, to listen to grievances, but also to make and respect the rules.

The whole material published by Bianca on the Elf School blog you can read here:

By the end of the project, at least 200 students FSPAC will receive such valuable practice experiences. The project is implemented in partnership with Danis Foundation and FSPAC between May 2014 and October 2015. It is co-financed from the European Social Fund through the Sectorial Operational Programme for Human Resources Development 2007-2013, Priority Axis 2 “Linking lifelong learning and labor market “Area of ​​intervention 2.1″ transition from school to work. ” More information can be found on the project website:

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