Applications are being accepted for the UNICEF Communications & Advocacy Internship right now. As a key employee of EOF’s communications and advocacy department, the communications and advocacy intern will collaborate closely with the team and support all parts of their external communications. The intern will report directly to the Head of Communications. You will collaborate closely with each member of the EOF team as well.
- Type: Internship
- Provided by: UNICEF
- Eligible Countries: All Countries
- Deadline: 26. July. 2023
- Location: London (Remote)
Benefits of UNICEF Internship
- A stipend will be provided for the duration of the internship in accordance with the policies and procedures in effect at UNICEF. The sum will vary according to the candidate’s location.0
- They have a global mandate and a global workforce with personnel working across all seven continents. However, because the majority of their team is based in London, candidates may need to be available for a large portion of UK business hours in order to be considered on a case-by-case basis. The potential for remote and hybrid working will be considered.
Eligibility Criteria For UNICEF Internship
- a recent graduate (within the last two years) or an undergraduate or graduate student engaged in a degree program.
- High academic standing as shown by the most recent university or institution data.exceptional writing skills.
- You are able to explain complex ideas clearly and persuasively, and you can adjust your style to be understandable to a variety of audiences, at least 18 years old.
- There are no immediate relatives (parents, siblings, brothers, sisters, etc.) that work for a UNICEF office, nor are there any other relatives who have authority over the intern.
- English language proficiency is required. Knowing a local language or another UN official language, such as Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, or Spanish, is useful.