Project Areas: Economic Empowerment, Human Rights, International Studies, Marginalized Populations, Migrants/Refugees, NGO/Non-Profit, Sustainable Development, African Studies, Ethnic Studies, International Studies, Exercise and Sports Science, HIV/AIDS, Kinesiology, Public Health, Health Policy, Law, Political Science, Social Justice, Gender Studies, Anthropology, Sociology, Counseling, Family and Child Services, Women’s Empowerment, Youth Development
The Cape Town Human Rights Internship in South Africa is an individualized placement where you are matched with an internship that best suits your professional interests and experience, in one of more of the project areas noted above.
Project Areas: Business, Advertising, Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Public Relations, International Studies, Journalism, Digital Communications, Social Sciences, Social Work, Tourism, Hospitality, Engineering, and Sustainability
Develop your cross-cultural professional skills in a variety of fields with a company based in New Zealand. Individualized placements are available in business, public relations, journalism, communications, education, social work, social sciences, hospitality, and tourism, and more!
Project Areas: Public Health, Health Policy, HIV/AIDS, Medical Research, Medicine, Mental Health, Nursing, Pre-Med, Mental Health, Human Rights, Gender Studies, Social Justice, NGO/Non-Profit, International Studies
Work with a South African Public Health organization and seasoned colleagues to gain hands-on work experience and explore the real-world application of concepts learned in the classroom. Interns will develop a deeper understanding of the South African healthcare system, and how various societal factors contribute to public health challenges and impact public health initiatives in South Africa.
Project Areas: Geographic Information Systems, Environmental Conservation, Ecology, Sustainable Development, Permaculture, Wildlife Conservation, Spanish, Biology, Eco-Tourism
Join this public service non-profit as they tackle issues of climate change, environmentalism, and sustainable community development in an ecotourism hotspot.
Project Areas: Human Rights, International Studies, Sustainable Development, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Spanish, Economics, Government, Human Rights, Law, Political Science, Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Sociology
Interns will be individually placed with an organization with a focus on international relations. Placements will vary based on interns’ experience, skill set, and interests.
Project Areas: Economic Empowerment, Human Rights, International Studies, Marginalized Populations, Migrants/Refugees, NGO/Non-Profit, European Studies, International Studies, Spanish, Health Policy, HIV/AIDS, Public Health, Economics, Government, Health Policy, Human Rights, Law, Political Science, Social Justice, Gender Studies, Anthropology, Economics, Ethnic Studies, Geography, History, Religious Studies, Sociology, Disability Advocacy and Action, Counseling, Elder Care, Family and Child Services, Substance Abuse Support, Women’s Empowerment, Youth Development
Interns will be individually placed in a specific organization with a focus on an aspect of human rights. Placements will vary based on interns’ experience, skill set, and interests.
Project Areas: Sustainability Agriculture, Sustainable Development
Encourage stewardship and support outdoor conservation programs with a nonprofit in the heart of Singapore. Interns will directly support the work of Waterways Watch Society (WWS) by coordinating and leading educational and clean-up programs for visitors of all ages. Popular programs take place on foot, bike, and kayak. English language internship. Perfect for students who want to work outdoors and share their passion for the environment!
Project Areas: Advertising, Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Merchandising, Trade and Commerce, Economic Empowerment, Sustainable Development, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Spanish, Economics
Participate in a business internship with a focus on international commerce in the birthplace of chocolate. As a fair-trade chocolate producer, this company’s business model is designed to give back to the local community and provide fair wages to local cacao growers.
Project Areas: Horticulture, Permaculture, Wildlife Conservation, Landscape Architecture, Sustainable Development, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Spanish, Bilingual Education, Environmental Conservation, Biology, Botany, Conservation Fieldwork, Environmental Sustainability, Forestry, Geographic Information Systems, Geography, Habitat Restoration, Zoology, Public Health, Gender Studies, Anthropology, Ethnic Studies, Sociology, Eco-Tourism
Join this public service non-profit as they employ education, research, and community engagement to tackle issues of climate change, environmentalism, and sustainable community development.
Project Areas: Marginalized Populations, Elementary/Primary School, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), High School/Secondary School
Help bring nature and the English language to underserved youth in Japan with Mirai no Mori, a Tokyo nonprofit that runs outdoor camps, nature weekends, and leadership programs for abused, neglected, and orphaned children. Interns are primarily needed during summer term to help prepare and run three week-long camps in the forest. Office-based positions in fall and spring term may be possible, focusing on event management, fundraising, and program planning. Conversational Japanese or higher required.