Are you students, recent graduates, and young professionals? are looking to make a difference? The World Youth Alliance (WYA) is looking for young people and leaders with a strong desire to protect and promote human dignity while making a positive impact on society. Successful interns have been proactive, self-driven, resourceful, detail-oriented, and humble individuals with the willingness to learn, and give the best from their experiences, skills, and initiative. This program takes place at the WYA Africa offices in Nairobi, Kenya.
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The WYA Africa Internship Program grants qualified members real-world experience in project management, international law and advocacy together with a good understanding of the basic philosophy of the human person. The WYA Africa Internship Program is a 3-month volunteer opportunity for young people committed to fulfilling WYA’s mission through work with their regional staff on projects related to advocacy, education, or culture. Interns will report to the WYA Africa office in Nairobi, Kenya. It could take longer than 3 months depending on the circumstances.
As an intern, you can be involved in the following: Join an international youth organization that promotes human dignity. Learn about national, regional, and international policy-making that impacts development; Help implement WYA projects in advocacy, education or culture; participate in WYA’s Certified Training Program discussions with young people from different parts of Africa Challenge yourself and advance your skill sets and field of expertise
This internship program is open to university students, recent graduates, and young professionals. Ideal candidates possess a strong passion for the defense of human dignity. We seek committed members with strong communication abilities and organizational skills. Interns must also be able to motivate and inspire others. The Africa Internship Program is open to all World Youth Alliance members in the Africa region between the ages of 18 to 30. Internships are voluntary and may be done on a part-time or full-time basis for a period of 12 weeks.
Interns are expected to take care of their living expenses while in Nairobi, Kenya. Applicants accepted into the internship program may apply for limited scholarships for a monthly stipend but approval is granted on an individual case basis and is dependent on applicant need
Cover Letter; Resume or CV, Two letters of recommendation; Signed copy of the WYA charter (for new members)
For more information, visit The World Youth Alliance Internship Program
Visit this Application form to apply.
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