The Cambodian Organization for Children and Development (COCD) is a locally-run NGO in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, focused on children development in rural areas. They work with some of Cambodia’s poorest families, using a child-centered approach to improve social and economic empowerment, child protection and development, capacity building, and sustainability.
Interns will work with the U.S. Commercial Service at a U.S. consulate or embassy in China, helping with research and projects aimed at supporting U.S. firms wanting to export goods and services to China. Highly competitive internship, not available in winter.
The Trailblazer Foundation: Apply your skills to an organization working to support sustainable development in Cambodia. Interns are based out of Siem Reap while working to support community-based projects to alleviate the poverty and hardship facing rural villagers. A variety of internship positions are available.
Contribute to a local English language newspaper based in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Interns will primarily support editing, marketing/advertising, layout/design, and content creation for The Times of Central Asia. Interested interns can take advantage of Russian or Kyrgyz language courses for a small fee.
Interns will support a Malaysian NGO near Kuala Lumpur. Tenaganita works to protect and promote the rights of women, migrants, and refugees both in Malaysia by providing legal aid services, awareness building, advocacy, research, and support to other organizations.
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Join a dynamic team in Tokyo, Japan, to support the work of Peace Boat, an international NGO that works to promote peace, human rights, equitable development, and sustainability around the world. English language internship, with additional opportunities for applicants with Japanese or Spanish language skills.
Program on hold until further notice.
The Cape Town Human Rights Internship in South Africa is an individualized placement where you are placed in an internship that best suits your professional interests and experience.
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.