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FULLY FUNDED INTERNSHIP : Apply for the UNICEF Internship Program for (Recent Graduates & Students )

Are you looking for opportunities to work directly with United Nations organisations as a student or as a recent graduate? With a monthly stipend and opportunities for hands-on learning that can further your career development, apply to the UNICEF internship programme.

International internship opportunities with UNICEF are offered to students from various academic backgrounds and recent graduates through the UNICEF Internship Programme. At UNICEF, interns gain practical experience in the humanitarian sector in addition to significant internship experiences that will further their academic, professional, and personal development.

Concerning UNICEF:
UNICEF is a United Nations agency entrusted with providing humanitarian relief and developmental assistance to children worldwide. UNICEF, properly known as the United Nations Children's Fund, was once known as the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund.

The application deadline is on a rolling basis.

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Additional Information

Event Duration
The average duration of an internship is six to twenty-six weeks. There are also opportunities for full-time or part-time internships.
Program Type
Fully Funded
Program Benefits
To assist with living expenses, UNICEF or a partner organisation offers stipends to all of its interns. A one-time donation may also be made to help with the cost of travel and visas when funds are available.

Internship programmes provide students and new graduates with an opportunity to gain real professional experience firsthand.Expenses paid: UNICEF interns receive a monthly stipend. If finances are available, a donation towards the cost of travel and visas may also be sent in one lump sum.Visa: UNICEF will provide relevant documentation to support our requests for visas, if necessary.
Eligibility Criteria
At least eighteen years old.Have you recently graduated from college or recently enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral programme?ability to communicate well in English, French, or Spanish, the three official languages of UNICEF. Speaking the working language of the organisation you are applying to may also be required of you.Not having any parents, siblings, sisters, or brothers who are employed by UNICEF and are in your direct reporting line of command.Exhibit a strong work ethic and outstanding academic success.You will be given extra weight for any professional experience you have that is relevant to the role you are seeking.
Application Procedure
Internship opportunities are available year-round, and applicants can apply by clicking the "Apply Now" button on their website. They must carefully review each opportunity's criteria and tailor their profile to highlight their eligibility. With application and evaluation recommendations, individuals can create a profile that stands out and land their dream job. Only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.

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