New Internships Opportunities at Camfed Tanzania | August 2018

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Internships Opportunities at Camfed Tanzania, August 2018
Internships at Camfed 
Working in Ghana, Malawi, Tanzania, United Kingdom, United States, Zambia, Zimbabwe. Camfed offers internship placements to students or post-graduates who are planning a career in development and interns are generally required on an as needed basis.

Interns provide support to Camfed staff across a range of disciplines—from fund-raising to enterprise and leadership and from monitoring and evaluation to programme activities. This breadth of exposure will allow interns to gain wide-ranging experience in the development sector.
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Internships are office-based and offered on a voluntary basis for the first three months. Modest daily expenses for food and work-related travel will be covered during this time.

In the UK, internships are offered on a 3-6 month period. On successful completion of the first three months, there is the option for applicants to be offered a further three month internship. This will be paid at minimum wage, with five days of paid holiday. Ideally, interns will be able to work for Camfed on a full-time basis.

Previous interns have been offered permanent positions within Camfed and have gone on to gain employment in other charities as a result of their experience.

If you are interested in being considered for a placement within Camfed when the opportunity arises, please send your CV and letter of application to [email protected]

Please note all vacancies are advertised separately and are recruited at a national level.

About us:
Camfed Tanzania is an award-winning organization dedicated to tackling poverty and inequality through the education of girls and leadership of young women. A ‘best-in-class’ organization, Camfed has a reputation for being innovative, resourceful and smart, and has achieved unprecedented results in improving education outcomes among disadvantaged young people.