[Sust-mar] International Youth Internships, f/t, ACIC, Bolivia, Kenya, Gambia, Jamaica, Ghana, South Africa, Uganda, Haiti, Bhutan
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Position: International Youth Internships
Type: internships with living allowance, more (see below) http://GoodWork.ca/900803
Organization: The Atlantic Council for International Cooperation
Locations: Atlantic Canada & Bolivia, Kenya, Gambia, Jamaica, Ghana, South Africa, Uganda, Haiti, Bhutan
International Youth Internships: NOW RECRUITING!
Since 2002, the Atlantic Council for International Cooperation (ACIC) has offered 65 internships in 16 countries through the International Youth Internships Program (DFATD). These internships provide youth (age 19-30) with international development experience, skills, and knowledge to help better prepare them for future employment, while advancing Canadian development objectives.
ACIC works with its Canadian member organizations and their international partners to offer interns valuable experience both overseas as well as in Canada. Interns will work in the areas of securing the future of children and youth, stimulating sustainable economic growth, and increasing food security. Through this experience, interns develop skills and experience that will assist them in securing employment as well as enabling them to make connections and develop relationships with many Canadian development practitioners.
Internships are eight months in duration, with six months spent in host partner organization countries: Bhutan, Bolivia, Ghana, Gambia, Haiti, Jamaica, Kenya, South Africa and Uganda. Interns also work in Canada for up to two months with an ACIC member organization both prior to their departure overseas and upon their return.
A modest living allowance is provided, as well as funding to assist with a variety of costs related to the internship, including: travel to overseas posting, medical insurance, visas, training and job search support. Interns cover the cost of travel to and from the location in Atlantic Canada at the beginning and end of their contract.
Looking for a little more info? Check out the General Information document to gain a better understanding of what an IYIP placement involves.
Trying to decide if an IYIP placement is right for you? Please read the IYIP self-reflection document to ensure an IYIP placement is a good fit.
On behalf of our members and overseas partners, the Atlantic Council for International Cooperation (ACIC) is offering the following positions:
Community Facilitator: Region 1 - Bolivia
Community Facilitator: Region 2 - Bolivia
eRoots Coordinator - Kenya
Health Education & Promotion Intern - Gambia
Health Promoter (Sexual & Reproductive Health): Area 1 - Jamaica
Health Promoter (Sexual & Reproductive Health): Area 2 - Jamaica
ICT & Social Communications Specialist - Ghana
Intern in Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health & HIV - South Africa
Intern in Food & Nutrition - Uganda
Intern in Rural Livelihoods - Uganda
Intern in Sexual & Gender Based Violence & HIV in Kwa-Zulu Natal - South Africa
Monitoring & Evaluation Manager - Ghana
Nutritionist - Kenya
Livestock Sector Development Officer - Haiti
Public Education Intern - Gambia
Sexual & Reproductive Health Educator - Jamaica
Farm & Forest Product Design Facilitator - Bhutan
Value-Chain & Agri-Business Coordinator - Haiti
Youth Communications & Technology Facilitator - Bhutan
Youth Research Facilitator - Bhutan
Deadline for applications: 5PM AST, JULY 22 2015
Interviews: Mid-August 2015
Positions Begin: Late September 2015
Placement at Canadian Host Organization: Late September until October
Placement at Overseas Host Organization: September/October 2015
Re-entry Session in Canada: Mid/Late April 2016
Canadian Host Organization: Late April/Early May 2016
Internships Completed: Early May 2016
To be eligible for the International Youth Internship Program, you must:
be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident
be a post-secondary graduategraduate of a degree or diploma program from a university, college, post-secondary school of technology, post-secondary institute or a CEGEP (collège d'enseignement général et professionnel) (By August 2015)*
be between the ages of 19 and 30
have not previously participated in an internship within DFATD's IYIP initiative
be legally entitled to work in Canada
After reviewing the above internship positions, please select the position(s) to which you are interested in applying (up to 3). You must complete the on-line application form and be prepared to upload your resume as well as a cover letter, in one merged document, please title the document with your NAME ONLY (first and last, middle if you prefer or if you only use one name just that one name), clearly explaining your reasons for wanting to undertake an internship and your suitability as a candidate. Please note that if you are applying for a position with a language requirement, you may be asked to perform a language test at a later date.
ACIC reserves the right to place an intern in the most appropriate position. Please note that only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
As an equity seeking organization, ACIC encourages applications from individuals that represent the full diversity of communities across Canada, including complexities of intersecting identities such as ability, age, class, gender, gender identity, race, and sexual orientation.
For further information please contact:
jackie at acic-caci.org
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