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Google Policy Fellowship at Accademia Italiana del Codice di Internet

Google offre una fellowship presso l’Accademia Italiana del Codice di Internet. Per presentare la domanda vi preghiamo di inviare una breve e-mail all’indirizzo, allegando un CV.

Il termine di presentazione delle domande è il 27 agosto 2017.

La notizia e maggiori informazioni sono disponibili sul blog di Google:

Applications now open for the Google Policy Fellowship in Europe and Africa

Call for IAIC – Google Fellowship

Who we are

The Italian Academy of the Internet Code (IAIC) promotes scientific studies for both academic and educational purposes, it organizes meetings, seminars, training courses, conferences, lectures, panel discussions and it participates in institutional initiatives and working groups. The Academy is one of the scientific institutions of the Italian Ministry of Education (database Cineca) and it is a promoter of the scientific journal ” Law Technology Market”.

Your fellowship at IAIC

IAIC and Google Italy are partnering for an exciting new fellowship program on machine learning and digital education. The aim is to bring together the tech industry and Italian academics focused on the study of Internet Law, to discuss and make recommendations on the future of machine learning and its impact on digital education. You will be a key driver of that process – through research, organization and participation in the meetings, as well as contributing to the resulting report. Your time at IAIC will be dedicated to exploring a number of specific themes relating to the impact of machine learning in particular, on digital education.

What this means concretely

During the fellowship, you will spend time working at IAIC on machine learning and digital education, through:

  • drafting and preparation of both internal and external briefing documents and materials
  • assisting in the organisation of workshops and trainings, monitoring of daily news sources of relevance
  • performing other duties as assigned.

 Who are we looking for?

We want to encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds so previous experience in our specific field is not a requirement. Activism and social engagement – of any kind – is a strong plus. Our office is multilingual, but à good knowledge of Italian and English is necessary.

  • A higher education degree in social science, law, political science, international or EU affairs or other relevant field is desirable but can be compensated by relevant IT and/or non-formal education experience.
  • A passion for digital education and machine learning.
  • Quick learner with strong ability to develop knowledge on new concepts and adapt to new processes.
  • An open and avid communicator and a strong team player
  • Willingness to live in Rome.


  • Ability to formulate analyse documents and monitor processes.
  • Excellent writing skills in Italian and English.
  • Ability to research, collate, analyse and summarise information.
  • Ability to manage effectively your own time, activities and budget.
  • Sociable, service oriented and at ease in a multicultural environment.
  • Proactive, critical, flexible and solution oriented.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team on a common project.
  • A team player with excellent interpersonal and communications skills.
  • Computer literacy: good working knowledge of word processing, e-mail and Internet applications.

 What’s in there for you? 

As part of the partnership with Google, you will have access to interesting training opportunities offered by the Google Rome Office.

How to apply

To submit your application for this vacancy, please write to

Interviews for this vacancy will be held in August and/or beginning of September. The successful candidate will be expected to start in October


IAIC requires applicants to inform us about any possible conflict of interest.

IAIC aims to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the ground of race, colour, nationality, religion, ethnic or national origins, gender, marital status, caring responsibilities, sexual orientation, disability or chronic illness.




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