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Apply for the 9th year of the Czech-German Young Professionals Program!

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Apply for the 9th year of the Czech-German Young Professionals Program!

Czech-German Young Professionals Program (CGYPP) initiates its 9th year.

CGYPP was established in 2008 as an international network of young experts, multipliers, movers and shakers from Germany and the Czech Republic from the fields of academia, business, media, politics, public administration and NGOs.

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Who can apply?

Young professionals with at least 3 years’ work experience from the Czech Republic and Germany with strong interest in cross-sector and cross-border cooperation, who speak fluent English. Private companies have an opportunity to obtain a company chair for their young professionals (please contact us directly for more information).


How to apply?

Please send us a cover letter in English (2 pages max.) along with a CV (in tabular form) by February 16, 2018 to zuzana.lizcova@amo.cz (Czech) or cf@eab-berlin.eu (German).

In case of your acceptance, we charge a one-time participation fee of 150 EUR. We cover your program arrangement, travel expenses, accommodation, and board. You are expected to attend all program component units in full.



The new program starts in April! The topic of the 9th year is chances and challenges of digitalization.

The project is organized by the Association for International Affairs (AMO) in cooperation with the European Academy of Berlin (EAB) and co-funded by the Czech German Fund for Future and Hanns Seidel Stiftung.

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