Are you looking for an interesting internship within a dynamic development organisation? Do you have affinity with development work, sport and youth? Do you want to gain practical experience and support in writing proposals, developing programmes and measure and analyse the results and impact of our work?
Then we have something for you! ISA is looking for two interns or volunteers that are working directly with the project leaders on the daily management of existing projects and programmes and support on the development of new programmes.
– In third or final year of your studies (University) (in a field related to development work) or already finished
– Excellent in English (verbal and written)
– Knowledge of the French language is an asset
– Affinity with development issues, sport and youth development
– Independent, ambitious, creative and result driven
At ISA you’ll get great practical experience of working in a development organisation and you are part of a young and dynamic team. You are treated as a full member of this team and get the freedom to work independently on certain tasks. The minimum internship / voluntary period is 5 months. Amount of hours, starting date and possibility to combine this internship with a (masters) research are open to discuss. Are you interested? Send your C.V. and cover letter to email@example.com.
International Sports Alliance (ISA) is a Dutch based NGO working on youth development in developing countries. ISA uses sport as a vehicle to tackle relevant challenges in the field of gender (in) equality, economic empowerment and social cohesion, that limit youth in their development. When being empowered, youth can be the drivers of change in creating better opportunities for themselves and their communities. That is why ISA and its local partners implement educational sport and play programmes that increase the self-confidence, critical thinking and leadership of youth to take leading roles in their communities address the challenges they face.
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