Internship Program 

Part-time and at Distance Modality: During its meeting on October 9, 2014, the Board of Governors decided to introduce a new modality to the Internship Program called Part-time and at Distance Internships, which started in 2015. This modality is addressed to researchers from CEMLA's associate and collaborating central banks, with vast and renowned experience and production of research and academic soundness, who have the support of their corresponding central bank and propose a research project in line with the Center´s research priorities. It is worth pointing out that it should be feasible to successfully develop and conclude said project within a one year period, which is the duration of the internship.


Full-time Modality: Upon the interest expressed by several central banks members of CEMLA, and aiming to enhance the Center's research activities on economic and financial topics, the Board of Governors at its meeting in May 2011 approved the Center's Research Program, and as part of it, the launching of an Internship Program at CEMLA addressed to researchers of the Center's associate and collaborating central banks.


Performed Internships:

PhD Candidate, Agustin Samano (Universidad de Minnesota)
International Reserves and Central Bank Independence: The Role of Limits on Central Bank Lending

Dr. Michel Pedersen (Banco Central de Chile)

Maestro Gavin Ooft (Centrale Bank van Suriname)

Maestra Jennifer Peña (Banco Central de Venezuela)

Dr. Emiliano Luttini (Banco Central de Chile)

Lic. Wendy Carolina Doñán de Villalta (Banco Central de Reserva de El Salvador)

Maestro William Mendieta Alvarado (Banco Central de Nicaragua)

Maestro William Alirio Martínez (Banco Central de Reserva de El Salvador)

Maestra Nancy Ong-A-Kwie-Jurgens (Central Bank of Suriname)

Maestro Giorgio Trebeschi (Banca d'Italia) 

Dra. Carolina Pagliacci (Banco Central de Venezuela)

2013 - 2014
Dra. Fanny Warman (Banco de Mexico)

Dr. Allan Wright (Central Bank of Barbados)