Are you interested in doing an internship in Africa? Do you want to make a positive change to the world through your internship? Apply to ROOTS – NONPROFIT INTERNSHIPS IN AFRICA. ROOTS partner with nonprofits and small start-up companies with ethical and sustainable practices; all organizations that are adding valuable contributions towards community programs, conservation efforts, or local and green economies. All internships at these nonprofits are designed to add substantial value to the work that’s being done. To learn more about their internships, Click Here.
KIND is currently looking for a Spanish speaking Program assistant. KIND is an organization that protects unaccompanied refugee and migrant children. Since 2008, KIND has provided nearly 18,000 children with high-quality representation in their immigration proceedings by training more than 41,000 attorneys and legal staff and cultivating partnerships with over 600 law firms, corporate legal departments, law schools, and bar associations across the country. Currently, KIND’s Newark office is seeking interns to assist with in-house (direct) and pro bono (volunteer) legal representation of unaccompanied children. They are also seeking interns to assist the Social Services Coordinator in identifying and connecting with resources in the New Jersey area to support KIND clients. These positions require fluency in Spanish. So if you can communicate in Spanish well, and might be interested in non-profit orgs or going for a Law degree after graduation, we encourage you to apply for these positions. Click on the links above to go to detailed documents regarding the job duties etc.
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