Via Francigena

Call for tenders, jobs and internships

Would you like to undertake an internship with us?

We always offer the opportunity to have an exciting experience in the world of slow traveling and international cooperation, by researching and promoting sustainable practices along one of the longest “green” routes in Europe, with its 3,200 km. You will also have a chance to plan all-inclusive cultural projects with a strong international and European framework.

Why choose an internship at the EAVF:

  • Dynamic international environment
  • Professional relationship with key stakeholders and European institutions
  • Dynamic work, with constantly changing objectives and adaptable to personal interests and needs
  • Independence and trust in your work management capacity
  • Flexibility in the organization of week schedules and co-creation of workload priorities
  • Teamwork, transparency and openminded team
  • Personal and professional development
  • Development of soft and transversal skills
  • Support and cooperation with the whole team
  • Relationships also outside of the work context

During the internship you will work on:

  • Project coordination and management support including the European projects
  • National and international events organization
  • Communication and social media management

To apply, send your CV, motivational letter and professional or academic project proposal to the e-mail address In case you are applying for an academic project within your university studies, kindly specify your field of study.

An important requirement is an excellent level of knowledge of at least one of the three official languages of the Via Francigena (Italian, English, French), the knowledge of the second language is an asset.

We normally accept internships with a duration of at least 3 months, to guarantee an exhaustive learning curve and professional development within our Association. We ask you to always specify the requested dates of beginning and end of your internship in your application

This type of internship does not provide for remuneration. Expenses are reimbursed for travelling to the office and for on-the-field missions during the internship.

Martina D’Agostino

"This opportunity allowed me to challenge myself, to work on my skills and to inspire me to always give my best even in areas that are not strictly part of my education."

Sara Louise Costa

"My internship at EAVF opened the door for me to the exciting and growing world of sustainable tourism! Along with newly acquired skills in project management, events and governance of the association, I found a young and competent team and acquired a network of outstanding entities in the field."

Cecilia Micciantuono

"By doing my internship with EAVF, I had the opportunity to work for the very first time in the field of cultural and sustainable tourism, collaborating on European projects with research and communication activities. Also, I love walking and here at the Via Francigena I found a team of passionate walkers!"