More than 100 students from Bălți State University gathered yesterday, May 11, to find out about the opportunities of the innovative programme launched by the European Union and the Government of the Republic of Moldova for young people: two-month internships in public institutions.

The launching event of the programme was attended by the Ambassador of the European Union to the Republic of Moldova Janis Mazeiks, the Minister of Labor and Social Protection Marcel Spatari and the EU High Level Adviser on Customs and Tax Policy Rosario De Blasio. Officials shared their personal career experiences: how the decisions to become civil servants have been adopted, what challenges they faced, but also the benefits of working in the service of citizens.

The internship programme will start in June, with a duration of two months and a paid allowance. The eligibility criteria, selection procedure, but also other details can be accessed at