Tag: NGO management internship
Are you interested in gaining a thorough insight into charities and NGOs on a grassroots level? An NGO Management Internship could be an amazing opportunity for you!
As an intern, you can expect to gain valuable work experience in many areas. This could include project development, sustainability, fundraising strategy, or on the ground project coordination. Roots Interns matches you with the right organization. Therefore, you will contribute to a cause you feel passionate about!
Whether you want to gain experience in a shop, outside, or something different: we have plenty of options available. Find your dream NGO management internship now. Make an impact right away! Also, don’t forget to contact us if you need any help. Let’s find your internship that matters!
Don’t stress about finding a last minute internship placement abroad, we have you covered. We have placements open starting in January 2020. We’ll even help you prepare for your trip so you can enjoy the holidays instead of stressing about your travel to Africa!Read More
Dreaming of Africa for your internship but don’t know where to start looking? It’s a big continent, and we understand that it can be intimidating to start your search for the perfect work placement. Here are some tips to help you begin your search for the right internship in Africa!Read More
Auriane had never gone on a solo trip abroad, so when she found out she needed to do an internship, she figured it was the perfect time to venture out of her home country solo. Root’s Interns helped her find the perfect internship for learning and adventure.Read More
We checked in with Sarah Mewes from Germany. She did her NGO management internship at the African Impact Foundation in Cape Town with a focus on Data Monitoring and Evaluation. She told us about her tasks, the challenges she faced, and the impact she made during her time there.Read More
Our Communication and Marketing Intern, Marie, joined Projekt Ubuntu for one day. Projekt Ubuntu is a community project providing resources to the people of Masiphumelele, a township on the outskirts of Cape Town. During her day with the organization, Marie experienced the positive dynamics that shape both the community members and the interns and volunteers.Read More
Chiara from Switzerland finished her apprenticeship for commercial clerk and spent three months in the UK to improve her English before she came to Cape Town to do an NGO Internship. During the past two months, she has been assisting with marketing, sales, and daily operations in the colorful world of Monkeybiz. This is what she experienced.Read More
Peace is a final year student and as part of her studies, she had to complete 60 hours of Work Integrated Learning in the form of an Internship. According to her, two weeks was never going to be enough to learning anything valuable. Therefore, she took it upon herself to extend her Monkeybiz internship to two months, three days a week. She looks back on her experience with this colorful nonprofit.Read More
On her previous visit to Cape Town Jamie saw the positive effects social enterprises and non profits have on the South African community. She also fell in love with Cape Town and just knew she wanted to come back to work for an NGO. Read about her experience with Monkeybiz during her NGO Management Internship.Read More
Meet Naomi, a student from the United States, who recently completed a Communications and Management Internship with a BEAD-utiful NGO called Monkeybiz. Read her personal experience with Monkeybiz in Cape Town, South Africa.Read More