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Professional Development
To help speed integration process into the organization, a training programme is offered during the probationary period, i.e. the first year.
10028770_250.jpgThroughout the first year, the YP will participate in trainings designed to equip the YP to undertake various tasks.

The YP is expected to behave in a matter befitting an International Civil Servant with due regard given to their interaction with colleagues and supervisors.

The YPs are expected to integrate into their work environment and familiarize themselves with management techniques and UNESCO work habits (e.g. the planning and organizing of international meetings).

Organizational Knowledge
The YP is expected to familiarize themselves with UNESCO’s main projects and programmes.

Professional Growth and Development
The YP is expected to expand their skills, knowledge, experience and competencies.

The YP is expected to integrate well into your work team.

The YP is expected to take responsibility for a variety of different tasks and operations.

Technological Awareness
The YP is expected to be able to navigate UNESCO’s intranet, and enhance/add various web and IT skills to their professional profile.






How to do

Young Professionals

  • First, assess your skills: have you got the right profile?
  • If so, see how to apply
  • If you succeed to go through the recruitment process step by step,
  • You will receive a professional training.
  • And obtain the status and entitlements of a UNESCO Young Professional

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