Applications for the 2018 Internship Programme with the Headquarters of the Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (HQ SACT), NATO Now Open

An internship opportunity to acquire a greater understanding of the HQ SACT or JALLC organization as a whole.

Below is an announcement from the Headquarters of the Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (HQ SACT), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO):


The HQ SACT Internship Programme 2018 aims to provide a small number of current or recent students with the opportunity to 'intern' with HQ SACT in Norfolk, Virginia, HQ SACT Staff Element Europe, Mons, Belgium or at the Joint Analysis Lessons Learned Centre (JALLC) in Monsanto, Lisbon, Portugal. Interns will benefit by gaining understanding of an International Organization, while substantiating their Curriculum Vitae. All internship placements will be for a six month period, with start dates to be determined individually as interns cannot start their internship without their NATO Secret security clearance, and the timing for the completion of clearances varies by nation. 

Internship Programme Specialty Areas: 

HQ SACT | Norfolk, Virginia, USA:
- Budget & Finance
- Capability Requirements Branch ( HQ SACT SEE, Mons Belgium)
- Civilian Human Resources
- Commanders Action Group
- Education & Training Technologies
- Future Solution Branch
- Global Approach/ Gender Advisor
- Innovation Doctrine and Lessons Learned Implementation
- Legal Affairs
- Logistics Deployment and Sustainment
- Office of the Political Advisor (POLAD)
- Operational Analysis
- Operational Experimentation
- Programme Management Office
- Public Affairs Office
- Smart Defense Core Team
- Strategic Analysis
- Strategic Communications- Corporate Communications
- Strategic Issues & Engagement
- Strategy Management Branch
- Training & Exercise Branch

JALLC | Monsanto, Lisbon, Portugal
- Operational Analysis
- Research Assistant Editor 

Deadline: April 30th, 2017

For more information on the program and how to apply, please visit the 2018 ACT Internship Programme website at