VIE International Internship Program Competition

The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Jordan (CAFRAJ) in cooperation with the French Embassy organize, the competition for the Best French International Internship Program in Jordan.

The competition aims at identifying the French interns working in French companies in Jordan and allowing them to highlight their working experience within their company and their adaptation to the Jordanian market. It also aims at showcasing the importance of this program to French companies working in international markets.

In their applications, the candidates should highlight the choices that led them to come to Jordan, explain the projects they are working on in the kingdom as well as the support that has been given to them to carry out their mission and the conditions of professional hosting implemented by the French companies hosting them.

The winners will be selected by a jury composed of representatives from CAFRAJ, the French Embassy and the Head of International French Trade Counsellors. The Winners will be announced during a cocktail reception organized by CAFRAJ on the 18th of May 2016. The First Prize will be awarded by Mr. Pierre Gattaz, President of MEDEF on the occasion of his visit to Jordan.

This year, The VIE competition is sponsored by Orange and Air France.

CAFRAJ, the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Jordan, was established in 1998 , it aims at developing Franco Jordanian commercial and economic relations, it’s main role is to support French and Jordanian companies to do business by providing them with support services and organizing Forums on the main economic sectors of the country.

It is worth noting that The VIE International Internship Program, established under French law by the Act of March 14, 2000 enables businesses to give 18- to 28-year-old candidates a temporary assignment of between six and 24 months in a foreign country. The assignment can be renewed once, but may not exceed two years in total. The scheme is open to candidates of all qualification levels not only from France, but also from any other country in the European Economic Area.