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Want to gain some experience??

Looking to find professional internships at a reputable organization?

Searching for professional internships is not as straightforward as looking for regular jobs, unfortunately. Not all organizations or companies offer professional internships, but not to worry! LUKMEF is very passionate about helping you create “The Bridge” that will help you with all the experience you will need to pursue your career. Just fill up the application form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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