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Paid Internship: Become a Programs Intern Sub-Saharan Africa for Girl Up(6 months)

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Girl Up Africa is seeking four (4) interns to join the programs departmentThis form is designed to collect essential information from applicants. Please complete all sections to the best of your ability.

Girl Up is a girl-centered leadership development initiative working to advance gender justice worldwide. We believe that when girls and women are in positions of leadership, they work to create a more just and equitable world for everyone. Founded by the United Nations Foundation in 2010, Girl Up operates a global network of regional affiliates and serves 200,000 girls in 152 countries.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

The Programs Interns will,

  • Work under the supervision of and in tandem with Girl Up staff
  • Welcome and support the organizing, advocacy, and fundraising efforts of new and existing Girl Up Clubs, Campuses, and Coalitions in your region
  • Support and/or represent Girl Up in meetings with schools, partners, or other organizations
  • Attend monthly virtual trainings and bi-monthly virtual check-ins with Girl Up staff
  • Respond to all communications and requests from Girl Up staff in a timely manner
  • Plan and execute events, projects, and meetings benefitting your region’s Girl Up community
  • Submit ongoing reports summarizing your activities and achievements
  • Activate at least 5 girl up clubs within your region
  • Sign and always adhere to the UN Foundation’s Youth Protection Policy and Girl Up’s Safety & Security Guidelines.

Note:

  • This application is open to identified females.
  • Stipend will be provided for this internship opportunity.
  • The deadline for submission is March 14, 2024.

We look forward to learning more about you and your interest in contributing to Girl Up’s mission! Learn more about Girl Up Africa www.girlup.org/sub-saharan-africa

Application Terms Of Reference: Terms of reference

Click the link: https://shorturl.at/iGIM4 to apply today!

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