Our partner in Non-Profit Leadership has been hosting interns from the USA and Europe for over 15 years. IE3 Global Interns, based in Edinburgh, will help a small team connect and support over 500 non-profit leaders from across Scotland through the stages of their leadership journey – from emerging leaders to Chief Officers to those no longer working who wish to continue to support the sector. The host organization will work with you to tailor your internship to individual skill sets and needs, encompassing areas like member engagement, communication, service delivery, event management, and development of publicity materials.
As the capital of Scotland, Edinburgh is a city full of culture and history. It has easily accessible transportation links and is a great gateway to the rest of Scotland, offering interns the opportunity to explore on weekends and during leave, while still experiencing city life during the week. Our partner in Edinburgh has a guide to help interns settle into the city that includes a list of places to visit and a humorous dialect reference sheet.
Vision: Excellent non-profit and charity leadership in Scotland.
Mission: Shape the future of Scotland’s non-profit and charity organizations by providing every leader with the opportunities to inspire, excel, and develop.
Purpose: Provide services, networking, and events to encourage leaders to share ideas and best practice in a safe and confidential space.
The host organization will work with you to tailor your internship to individual skill sets and needs, encompassing areas like member engagement, communication, service delivery, event management, and development of publicity materials. Some representative tasks include:
Interns are expected to demonstrate:
*Fee amounts are calculated with an exchange rate from British Pound at the time of posting.
Interns arrange their own housing. The host organization is willing to assist interns in locating appropriate accommodation (especially in August during the Edinburgh festival and Fringe).
Summer: January 25
Fall: April 15
Winter: September 1
Spring: November 15
- Interest in understanding leadership excellence and how to improve non-profit leader performance
- Ability to work independently as part of a small, close-knit team
- Have fun while learning about Scottish non-profit sector