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Secretary Internships available at the British Embassy

The British Embassy in Guatemala would like to invite students from the Secretarial Career to participate in a 200 hours internship.

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This internship complies with some educational centres’ requirement of 200 hours of labour experience for their future graduates.


The Embassy of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in Guatemala works hard to promote and protect Britain’s interests. We have aligned our activities, financial resources and staff to focus on those things that matter most to Britain and the British people and where we can make the biggest difference. We seek to promote and develop human rights, law and governance and a low carbon high growth global economy. And we work closely with international and UK cross-governmental partners to establish stability and ensure that our borders are managed to protect the UK from terrorist attacks.


The Embassy is looking to collaborate with students with the following characteristics: Good computer skills, Customer focused, Ability to serve, Excellent English language skills (written/spoken), Good communications skills, Willing to assume responsibilities, Willing to adapt to any working environment, Respectful for diversity (religion, gender, sexual orientation, Etc.), Able to follow institutional procedures, Excellent academic grade scores


Students interested to apply must send the following information to no later than 2nd April 2014.

  • Letter from the student addressed to, Corporate Services Officer, with her personal statement and objectives for the internship. Letter must be written in English.

  • Letter from the school endorsing the student’s application.

  • Student’s CV with full name, address, nationality, birth date, place of study,

  • Academic grade scores.

Successful candidates will be called for a personal interview. Selected candidate will be informed by letter addressed to their school and by phone.

Published 28 March 2014