The German Book Office is looking for interns.
We’re looking for interns for the months June – August 2010. Young people with good communication skills, willingness to learn and some knowledge of books and publishing are welcome to apply.
Interns are paid a monthly stipend. If you are interested, write to us with a very brief overview of why you’d like to intern with us, with a resume and the subject line ‘INTERNSHIP’ to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Frankfurt Book Fair has created several offices throughout the world in New York, Beijing, Bucharest and Moscow.
Each office is a contact exchange and cultural mediator between the German book trade and that of the office’s host region. The German Book Office New Delhi began its operations from February 2008. It serves as the contact point between German as well international book industries and the book industry in South Asia. The main aim of the office is to facilitate more collaborations as well as business between South Asian and German book industries. The cultural aspect of the office obviously involves promoting German books and literature in the region and also making South Asian books popular in Germany.Navayana-Avarna fellowship for NBT Publishing Course, July 2010