Aga Khan University – Internships in Kenya, Mozambique, & Pakistan – Deadline January 14th
Through a partnership with UW’s Population Health initiative, Aga Khan University offers international internships to UW students. Applications for summer internships are due January 14th. There are a total of 25 internships available in fields such as grant writing, research, finance, health management, communications, statistics, public health, IT, structural engineering, and events coordination. There are 4 positions for which Aga Khan is specifically seeking UW students, which means UW applicants will be prioritized for these opportunities! These positions include:
- Communications Intern / Centre of Excellence in Women and Child Health / Nairobi, Kenya
- Monitoring & Evaluation Intern / Aga Khan Foundation / Pemba, Mozambique
- Bioinformatics & Statistics Intern / Department of Medicine / Karachi, Pakistan
- Public Health Intern / Community Health Sciences / Karachi, Pakistan
Selected interns will receive monthly living stipend, shared accommodation (furnished apartments) and reimbursement of pre-arrival medical check-ups and internship visa cost. Please note that the selected intern will be responsible for purchasing their return ticket, travel and health insurance. If you have any additional questions, feel free to contact the Programme Coordinator at email@example.com.
Omprakash – Social Impact Internships Across the Globe – Various Deadlines
Omprakash is a Seattle-based organization that, since 2004, has been building mutually beneficial and educational relationships between grassroots social impact organizations and volunteer interns around the world who can learn from and support their work. The organization is run by a UW lecturer in CHID and Honors! Students may browse the Omprakash site to learn about open positions or they can engage more deeply by enrolling in UW’s pre-departure spring course, which is part of their Engaged Learning Abroad program. You can learn more by visiting their site, chatting with the founder at the Feb 14 Winter Job & Internship Fair, or attending 5:30 info sessions on Feb 11 and Feb 13 (more details will be posted soon here).
If you have questions, you can use the following contact information:
Briana Randall, Director / The Jerry Baldasty Internship Project
Career & Internship Center / University of Washington
134 Mary Gates Hall / Box 352810 / Seattle, WA 98195
Office 206.543.0535 / Direct 206.685.4139