We are looking for a policy intern

Published May 31, 2017

Who are we looking for?
– You have completed at least two years of full-time studies at a university or equivalent institution prior to commencing the internship.
– You possess experience in public health, medicine, environmental science, public policy or a solid understanding of the food, health and sustainability nexus (EAT’s core areas).
– You are fluent in English.

1) Coordinate logistical and administrative matters and events.
2) Help draft EAT policy and program related materials, including scoping work, research and content development
3) Support the broader EAT team with preparation of policy materials and logistics for the high-level EAT Stockholm Food Forum, Asia Pacific Food Forum and EATx events.
4) Help coordinate EAT’s social media and advocacy campaigns.

Cover letter, academic transcript and CV must be submitted to cv@eatforum.org. We would like you to start as soon as possible and applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Please ensure you make it clear which role you are applying for in your application.

About EAT Foundation
EAT is a global initiative linking food, health and sustainability; across science, business and policy. Originally launched 3 years ago, EAT is now an independent foundation, with three core partners: The Stordalen Foundation, the Stockholm Resilience Centre, and the Wellcome Trust. The overall objective of EAT is to expand scientific knowledge on the interconnections between food, health and environmental sustainability, spur innovation along the food value chain, and facilitate the development of evidence-based policies and strategies to catalyze a shift to healthier and more sustainable food. Both EAT and its partners share a common understanding that it is essential to catalyse a transformative shift in the global food system to be able to feed more than 9 billion healthy people within the ‘Planetary Boundaries’.

The EAT policy team translates scientific knowledge to action, creates advocacy tools to influence decision makers, informs EAT event composition and strategy and works with governments to develop country-sensitive content and practical policy recommendations.