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Taylor Institute Internship

Taylor Institute Internship


The  Taylor Institute engages in Research and develops and manages Graduate  and Executive programs related to business and management in a global  context.

The  Institute brings together a learning ecosystem made of  multi-stakeholders including Faculty, partner Universities, Business and  Organizations, Thought Leaders and Think Tanks  from around the world.

The  main objective of the Institute is to prepare for critical thinkers who  are culturally literate, ethically aware, intellectually courageous and  business savvy. We envision  leaders that become responsible, compassionate, and collaborative in an  increasingly complex and interconnected world.

The Taylor Institute is looking for an ambitious, open-minded and versatile intern for the following new opening:

Position Title: Taylor Institute Scholar

Work rate: Up to 5 hours/week

Duration: Until June 30th 2021 or upon agreement

The main areas of responsibility include but are not limited to the following:

  • Collaborate with and Support TI Co-Directors in their strategic duties

  • Support the search for new Consulting Scholars and offer collaborative support in showcasing  their research and work on TI website and other platforms

  • Keep up to date with all the current projects and initiatives of the Taylor Institute and  contribute to the TI innovation and strategy design

  • Manage the assigned tasks with an entrepreneurial approach and take ownership of the process  and outcomes

  • Contribute to the Office of Career Strategy and actively promote the services within the FUS  community

  • Support the organization and promotion of TI events within and outside FUS

  • Support the implementation and offer innovative perspectives on project-based collaborations  internally and externally

  • Support accreditation and quality control strategies for all Taylor Institute programs

  • Liaise with the Webmaster for any website updates

  • Prepare timely updates on the progress

  • Perform other duties as assigned, consistent with this position, the department’s goals and  the University’s mission

Please send your CV and Cover letter by Sunday 15th November to: 

Dr. Branko Sain, Taylor Institute Co-Director on

Shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview.