During an internship, the intern works for a limited time in your company.
The intern can show, improve and consolidate existing knowledge and skills and acquire new knowledge in preparation for a professional activity or training. The intern gets to know your business or company and learns what work processes are associated with a particular professional activity. As an employer, you can see whether the activity matches the intern's skills and interests and whether he or she fits well into the team.
In this way, an internship offers advantages for both employers and refugees with regard to possible hiring and employment.