Malala Fund's internships provide valuable support to Malala Fund in serving its mission to help all girls go to school and reach their full potential. Malala Fund interns depart the programme with strengthened practical skill sets, an expanded professional network and an enriched knowledge of the girls’ global education sector.
Reporting to the Chief Advocacy Officer, the Malala Fund Advocacy intern supports the effective delivery of the advocacy department’s goals by providing additional support across the three functions of research and policy, global advocacy and campaigns and national advocacy.
Specific responsibilities will include:
In addition, every Malala Fund intern will be offered opportunities to work on specific projects based on the intern’s unique interest, talents and career aspirations, as well as: - Opportunities to contribute to Malala Fund’s online presence (e.g., creating a social media post or blog post). - Opportunities to attend special events (likely virtual) to observe and take notes. - An individualised resume help / job search coaching session with Malala Fund’s HR Manager. - Access to Malala Fund's e-learning portal, with over 1000 online courses.
This is a paid internship (£11.50/hour) based in London, UK, with the option to work from Malala Fund offices or from home.
Malala Fund is committed to racial equity and social justice. We actively seek applicants from diverse backgrounds, experiences and identities, to provide a wide range of perspectives, ideas, views and insights into the strategy, policies, culture and ambitions of Malala Fund. We would particularly welcome intern applications from candidates who have lived in countries in which Malala Fund is operating.
Malala Fund's internships provide valuable support to Malala Fund in serving its mission to help all girls go to school and reach their full potential. Malala Fund interns depart the programme with strengthened practical skill sets, an…