Institutional Learning Department Intern
Petra joined Generations for Peace in September 2021 as an Institutional Learning Department Intern. In her role she provides support in maintaining and updating different departmental databases, delivering ILD sessions, drafting correspondence and reports, and assisting in ad-hoc tasks of the department.
Before joining GFP, she pursued various internships in the governmental and non-profit sectors in her hometown Budapest. Her multiple internships include working with the Ministry of National Economy as a Regional Development Programmes Intern, the Embassy of the United States as an Environmental, Health, and Science & Technology Intern and later on as a Commercial Intern, the Foundation for Africa as an Operational and Translation Intern and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade as a Research Intern for International Development.
Petra completed her Bachelor of Arts in International Relations, focusing on the European Integration at Corvinus University of Budapest. She holds a Master of Science in International Economy and Business, specialized in International Development from Corvinus University of Budapest. Passionate about exploring different cultures, Petra spent one semester at Tilburg University in Netherlands as an exchange student where she studied international law. During her studies, Petra actively pursued opportunities at various youth and student organizations focused on international cooperation. Participating in international trainings and workshops on conflict reporting, environmental protection, and responsible governance fed into her passion for traveling and exploring new cultures. This passion drove her to complete summer schools at UEL, London and UNNC, Ningbo.
Petra enjoys photography, travelling, and yoga in her spare time.