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Global internships: new and expiring soon

Blogged by Sara Bram on April 20, 2017.

Brand new and re-opened internships are now open for applications via the Internship Programme, both here in the UK and around the world. See CareerConnect for the full details and to apply.

Internships with a deadline of Sunday 7 May

NGO promoting targeted education, affordable healthcare, workable start-ups, sustainable development and secured livelihoods in Lebanon, with a community centre and several livelihood and relief projects funded by UN bodies. Interns can take part in local projects empowering host and refugee communities. Projects vary in fields such as education, agriculture, relief, medical and health, and/or microcredit.

A network of 130 organisations working towards an ethical food system for Oxford. GFO aims to guide Oxford’s food vision and strategy, support aligned initiatives to work together, establish shared measurement, build public will, advance policy and mobilise funding. The intern will support Good Food’s progress towards the Sustainable Cities Bronze Food Award by strategizing improvements for Oxford’s sustainable catering and procurement. This will include gathering evidence of best practice in catering and procurement from successful cities, convening a cross-sector food procurement conference, writing and publicising case studies, and making recommendations for future work.

Yangshuo Omeida provides intensive language training to Chinese and overseas students. Yangshuo is a popular global destination for its beautiful scenery, rock climbing, cycling, rivers and culture. Interns will teach English at summer classes and a summer camp, which also involves outdoor activities, BBQs and games nights.

LovVol (‘Love Volunteering’) is a not-for-profit that provides cultural exchange opportunities for university students in China and introduces local Chinese children to the English language and Western culture. After an initial training course, interns will provide a progressive holistic education programme, including English language, cultural education and developing emotional intelligence,  to Chinese children aged 7 – 16.

Museums and archives dedicated to preserving and presenting the artifacts, art and documents that best capture the US Navy’s history and heritage.  The intern would be based in the archive or library, and would complete an individual project contributing to the Command’s work.

Internships with a deadline of Sunday 23 April

There are also three internships closing this Sunday – don’t miss out, apply now!

Absolute Antibody was founded with the vision that all antibody users should be able to use recombinant antibodies which are absolutely defined by their amino acid sequence. Scientific Data Internship: collecting and summarising a range of technical data about particular antibodies for the website and marketing resources. The intern will also help gather and analyse protein sequences of interest to the company.

Leading non-profit preservation and history organization in Annapolis, with a mission to preserve and protect the heritage of Maryland’s capital city. Seeking four Oxford interns to work in curatorial and collections management, research, education and programmes, and architectural preservation. Interns will pursue a special project reflecting their professional interests, and could have the opportunity to work on an exciting forthcoming museum exhibition and the creation of a new tour.

Leading social development consulting company in the natural resource extraction and infrastructure sectors. They are offering a Consulting Internship, working in three main areas: Projects, Research & Development and Operational Administration.