Trainee Introduction Days Report

It was a beautiful summer morning when we first stepped into the office of EUROCLIO in Den Haag, all excited to finally start. It was Monday 28th August and we, as the four newly appointed trainees, were ready to start our intensive three-day trainee introduction programme. Over the course of […]

Roger Tosbotn

From the first minute of my interview, I knew that the EUROCLIO secretariat was a cosy, hard-working and tight-knit bunch of people that all strived towards the same goal; making history, citizenship and heritage education more responsible and innovative. What I did not know, but quickly came to learn, was […]

Laura Steenbrink

The strength of the traineeship is a combination of good personal guidance and developing competencies: from project management to research and from fundraising to developing learning materials yourself. At EUROCLIO, I learned to quickly own a project that you are assigned to and develop my own initiatives.

Bisera Srceva

EUROCLIO played one of the most important roles not only in my professional growth, but in the personal as well. Majoring in history teaching and coming from the Balkans, I couldn’t have chosen a better organization to do my traineeship at. Thanks to it, I now feel more competent in […]

Nanna Mikkelsen

“I learned a lot from my stay in the EUROCLIO office and I will definitely recommend this traineeship to other students, especially those looking for international experience in the world of non-governmental organisations.”

Martin George

“I was very impressed throughout at how much emphasis the staff place on the personal development of their trainees, and the spirit of togetherness that is evident both within the secretariat and the wider EUROCLIO community.”