Meet
Triin Bostrov!


Hometown:
Tallin, Estonia

Interest:
Education

Education:

Master of Arts in Social Sciences, Specialization: International Security and Conflict Studies, Tallinn University (Estonia)

Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences, Specialization: Politics and Government, Tallinn University (Estonia)

Student at Charles University in Prague, American Institute on Political and Economic Systems, The Fund for American Studies (Czech Republic)

Fellow at University of San Diego, School of Leadership and Education Sciences, Hansen Summer Institute on Leadership and Cooperation (USA) 

Languages:
English
Estonian
Spanish (A2)
Russian
German
Japanese

Has also lived/worked:
Czech Republic
USA

 

 

 

Professional Summary:

Triin, 27, has over 4 years of experience in Project Management, Program Development, Research & Analysis, Service Design and Design Thinking with interests in areas of Youth Empowerment and Development and matters of International Affairs.

1. Senior Officer-Program Manager; Youth Entrepreneurship and Employment, Tallinn City Government; Tallinn City Sports and Youth Department, Youth Work Department (Estonia)

2. Delegation Liaison Officer, Government Office of Estonia; 2017 Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union (Estonia)

3. Project Manager “Raising awareness about the importance of civic education among youth of Ida-Virumaa”Estonian National Youth Council  (Estonia)

4. Press Advisor, Association of Estonian Cities (Estonia)

5. Vice-Chairman of the Board, Estonian National Youth Council (Estonia)

6. Intern, Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Department of Europe and Transatlantic Cooperation; Division of Western Europe and North America, EU Economic and Financial Affairs (Estonia)

7. Intern, Estonian Ministry of Agriculture, European Union and Foreign Affairs Department; EU Affairs Bureau and Foreign Affairs Bureau (Estonia)

8. Human Resource Officer, Young European Leadership (Estonia)

9. President, Tallinn University International Relations Society (Estonia)

10. Active Member, Tallinn City Youth Council (Estonia)


Trainings, HOnours and awards:

  • 8th Model ASEM “Strengthening Partnership for Peace and Sustainable Development” in conjunction with ASEM Foreign Ministers Meeting at Naypyidaw & Yangon, Myanmar (Asia-Europe Foundation)

  • Advanced Project Management at Tallinn, Estonia (BDA Consulting OÜ)

  • Global Negotiation Conference 2017 at Bern, Switzerland (GNC)

  • Youth Empowerment: Socio-Economic Inclusion of Young People at Istanbul, Turkey (Co-opinion)

  • Service Design at Tallinn, Estonia (Sotsiaalse Innovatsiooni Labor)

  • Design Thinking at Tallinn, Estonia (Sotsiaalse Innovatsiooni Labor)

  • Hurry Up to the Right Employment at Durrës, Albania (Albania Sustainable Development Organization)

  • Fellow at World Peace Initiative, Peace Revolution program, Bridge Youth Fellowship 2017: “Bridge for Peace between East and West” in Georgia
  • Delegate at the International Youth Development Exchange Program in Japan
  • Ukraine and Baltic-Black Sea Democratic Area: Time for Youth Action at Kiev, Ukraine (Open Ukraine Foundation)

  • Youth Work Awards 2018, Nominee of “Act of the Year” from the Ministry of Education and Research and Estonian Youth Work Centre
  • Citizen’s Day Award, Badge of Honor from Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Estonia
  • Social Media and Marketing, AIESEC Tallin

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