4 May 2023


The European Environmental Bureau, a network of 180 environmental citizens’ organisations, is recruiting for a new Head of Communications. The European Environmental Bureau (EEB) is the […]
14 March 2023

JOB VACANCY: (Senior) Accounting Officer

The European Environmental Bureau (EEB) is looking for a (Senior) Accounting Officer. The European Environmental Bureau (EEB) is looking to recruit a (Senior) Accounting Officer to […]


Any tenders currently available at the EEB will be listed here.

14 February 2023

‘Prime’ time to stop online sales of illegal mercury skin-lightening products

Groups make recommendations on verge of UN kick-off meeting on ‘Eliminating Mercury Skin Lightening Products’ at WHO-HQ in Geneva Geneva, Switzerland — Several mercury watchdog groups […]
19 December 2022

Beyond the Hype: Hydrogen Policies for the Climate Crisis – 09 March – Online

Beyond the Hype: Hydrogen Policies for the Climate Crisis 09 March, 16:00-17:00 CET Please register here Hydrogen has surged to the top of the EU’s energy […]
25 May 2023

Half of EU countries have no mandatory energy-saving measures in place for next winter, new analysis shows

Most measures adopted by EU states to save gas and electricity are voluntary and only targeted at public buildings, a new analysis reveals. Governments refraining from […]
24 May 2023

Environmental decision-makers fall short of an ambitious Industrial Emissions Directive vote

Today the Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI) of the European Parliament failed to push ambition for climate and the environment with its […]
23 May 2023

Nature Restoration Law: EU agriculture’s lawmakers vote against farmers’ future and food security

This afternoon, the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development (AGRI) of the European Parliament voted for a full rejection of the Commission’s proposal for the EU […]
15 May 2023

SDGs: EU Voluntary Review does not support rhetoric of transformative and participatory change

Despite EU claims that the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are well integrated into Europe’s governance architecture and that Europe is making sufficient progress, the recently published […]



  • Paid internship for graduates and those looking to get experience in environmental non-profit sector in Belgium (Contrat d'immersion professionnelle= CIP) advertised in the CAREERS section
  • Unpaid internship - volunteer program that provides growth and learning opportunities mainly to students but also to graduates who do not qualify for paid internship

  • Please read the following information carefully before submitting your interest using the form below.

    Please note: As we receive many more applications than we can accept, it will depend on your background but also on the schedule and the availability of an internship whether we can respond favorably to the request. You are advised to check back regularly for specific opportunities advertised above. Due to our limited resources we cannot reply to the majority of applications, but we do sincerely appreciate your interest.

    Background information about volunteering at the EEB

    Volunteers are accepted under the following conditions:
    • Appropriate skills and qualifications depending on role.
    • Very good English, spoken and written – any other languages are also welcome.
    • A minimum of 3 months stay is required as it takes time to get involved in the ongoing projects. However, we do not accept interns during the period from mid-July to end of August as there is a clear slow down of activities at EU level.
    • The volunteer will receive a daily financial contribution amounting to 9, 50 EUR with a maximum total of 1.416,16 EUR for the whole period (unless she/he is receiving a scholarship).
    • Travel costs will be reimbursed within the Belgian public transport system.
    • The volunteer and the supervising staff member will sign a contract mentioning the financial contribution.
    • The volunteer will be required to produce a short report on their work at the end of the training period.
    • The supervising staff member will write a short reference covering the work done by the volunteer, assessing their contribution.

    The EEB offers:

    • A professional working environment.
    • Work in an international team.
    • Supervision by EEB staff members.
    • Experience with the EU institutions in Brussels.
    • Experience with working in the largest environmental citizens organisation in Europe.
    • A contract for the required period.


    Please complete this form to indicate your interest. We are sorry but due to the number of applications we receive we cannot reply to all enquiries:

    For more information on the European Environmental Bureau, consult our website or contact us by email at