Finance & HR Intern for Strong Women, Strong Girls

Project Scope The Finance and HR Intern will work with the President and Manager of Operations to support the streamlining of the finances and all human resource processes that will positively impact SWSG communities as well as strengthen internal centralized infrastructure in order to meet the growing demand by communities worldwide to expand our innovative program model.


  • Review financial statements, and create activity-based costing reports for the entire organization.
  • Do high-level performance assessment to measure productivity and goal achievement, and to determine areas needing cost reduction.
  • Input financial data into SWSG backend dashboards.
  • Support President with financial forecasting reports.

Human Resources:

  • Maintain and update human resources documents, such as organizational charts, employee handbooks or directories, and performance evaluation forms.
  • Conduct a data analysis and make sure all SWSG’s important HR information is scanned onto our online platform.


  • Strong command of excel
  • Experience with basic financial forecasting
  • Strong systems thinker
  • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to prioritize work flow
  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • The ability to work well independently in a fast-paced environment


  • This is an unpaid position. However, we are happy to work with the intern to arrange academic credit
  • Gain unique experience in nonprofit finance management
  • Connect to a supportive and influential network of professional women
  • Receive professional experience and a resume builder set of bullets
  • Work with a great group of professionals in a fun environment focused on results

How to Apply

This position is based out of our Boston Office, and requires a minimum of three full days per week starting inJune through mid-August.

Email your resume and a cover letter to In the title of the email, please put “FINANCE and HRINTERN.”

In addition, please make sure to include why you are the best candidate for this summer internshipposition, and what about the mission of SWSG resonates with you. Applications are accepted until 5 p.m.EST on May 17, 2013.

Due to a high volume of applications, NO PHONE CALLS or EMAILS, please.


Work for Oxfam in BANKOK, THAILAND

Bangkok, Thailand

THB 74,000 – 95,833 gross per month

3 Years Fixed-term Contract

To provide policy and advocacy expertise To support senior programme management and team in developing and delivering advocacy strategies to maximise the impact of Thailand programme.

Post holder reports to: Oxfam Country Director, Thailand
Staff reporting to this post: None

• Provide strategic inputs for national level lobbying and advocacy on development issues
• Gather information from varied and diverse sources and analyze the information and communicates to wider audience.
• Work with Senior Management & team and contribute to the broader programme strategy.
• Decision –making is strategic and operational with judgment based on specific problem solving experience and a range of external and internal factor
• Represent organization at senior level, both internally and externally.
• Provide specialist policy and research advice across the organization at senior level.

• To develop and deliver an advocacy strategy for Thailand programme in consultation with programme staff and partners and ensure that advocacy and campaigns work are linked to the programme.
• To support alliances and partners to undertake advocacy work both at provincial and national level.
• To provide support to programme team and country director in policy positions, messages and assessing political risk.
• To build the capacity of programme team, partners and sector leads on policy advocacy work and support them to link the provincial level issues with national level policy debate.
• To manage and design research plans based on advocacy strategy and Conduct/ commission studies to improve policies and practices that impact on the lives of poor people.
• To establish and cultivate regular contacts with key stakeholders, partners and allies to influence policies and practices.
• To represent policy forums and undertake lobbying Governments and Multilateral agencies both at country level in line with set advocacy objectives or emerging policy influencing opportunities.
• To coordinate with Oxfam International in developing and delivering GROW campaign with a strong link to programmes on the ground and ensure the link between national and international advocacy work.
• To work with Oxfam GB regional office and Oxford to elicit appropriate support and link the campaigns work at all levels.
• To ensure that gender analysis is applied across all levels of planning and delivery of the advocacy strategy.
• To manage and monitor advocacy plans and budget according to the policies and procedures of Oxfam.

Essential criteria
• Experience in advocacy work and proven track record in developing and influencing policies and practices.
• Proven in-depth understanding of Socio-economic development issues and knowledge of

Thailand Policy environment.
• Excellent communication and articulation skills for lobbying work and awareness of political sensitivities
• Writing skills to a standard that will pass scrutiny by high-level decision makers.
• Good analytical and conceptual skills
• Ability to build linkages between micro level projects and macro level policies.
• Understanding of and commitment to diversity and women’s rights with ability to integrate gender

into programmes and advocacy work
• Ability to think strategically and creatively
• Ability to prioritize, plan, organize work in a complex institutional setting.
• Excellent inter-personal skills, and ability to work well and flexibly in hard-working team, while also

able to take initiative and work with limited supervision
• Ability to undertake extensive travel
Desirable criteria
• Educational background in Political science, Economics or Sociology
• Experience in capacity building with training and facilitation skills
This is a national hired post. We will be unable to provide visa and work permit to a non-Thai national.

Working at Oxfam is so much more than just a job. As an Oxfam employee, you will join a team of professionals that is part of the international confederation of 17 organizations networked together in 94 countries. As part of a global movement for change, we are working together to end world poverty and injustice.

Our humanitarian, development and campaigning projects change lives around the world .Thousands of people already commit their time and talents to make this happen. Now we’re looking for yours.

How to apply

To find out more details and apply, or visit our website using the job reference number INT6028

The closing date: 30th April 2013

American Red Cross is looking for an intern to help with their program integration


The American Red Cross International Services Department (ISD) seeks to prevent and alleviate human suffering around the world by responding to disasters, building safer, more resilient communities, and educating future humanitarians. In the coming years the American Red Cross will deepen and expand its programming around the world while also working to strengthen the global Red Cross Red Crescent network, in order to deliver vital help and hope to some of the most vulnerable communities.


The intern will work with the Program Integration technical advisors who are responsible for providing technical expertise to programs and projects internationally. He/she will gain knowledge and experience in international programming while providing administrative support and contributions to IRP’s information and knowledge management efforts. The nature of the work requires flexibility as it occasionally may require unplanned extended work hours. The intern is expected to have a wide range of administrative, organizational, and interpersonal skills as well as a strong interest in international programming.

The American Red Cross seeks a full-time summer intern (paid) to support the Program Integration unit within the International Response and Programs (IRP) division.


• Facilitate internal operations, including the processing of contracts and agreements, project management, program data collection, program analysis, and data entry.
• Support knowledge and information management efforts by conducting research and facilitating database and template development.
• Conduct analysis of information management and data analysis methods and processes used within the Red Cross and by other organizations.
• Perform other job-related duties, as assigned.


• Graduate student pursuing degree in program management, public policy, statistical analysis or related area with an international focus.
• Must be detail-oriented with strong analytical and organizational skills.
• Must have strong writing and communication skills, knowledge of research methods, and ability to accurately record program research.
• Overseas experience, or strong interest in international issues.
• Experience in systems engineering, process mapping, and/or organizational structures highly desired.
• Education or experience in databases, information systems, and cloud technologies.
• Must be responsible, reliable, mature, able to work independently, highly organized, able to handle multiple tasks at the same time and work under deadline pressure.
• Willingness to do basic research and administrative support depending on daily priorities.

The American Red Cross is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Economic Development Intern at SKIP in Peru


The Economic Development Program at SKIP works with families living in poverty to offer financial opportunities to stabalise their income and improve living conditions. We are looking for interns who can commit to a minimum of a month. We are happy to facilitate student placements for course credit and have worked with a number of Universites, Including Penn State and Northeastern.

Since 2003, SKIP has been working with disadvantaged families in an impoverished district of the city of Trujillo, Peru. We are a registered NGO in the US, UK and Peru.

Our holistic program focuses on the educational, economic, emotional and social development of each child and family. It is our aim to foster the capacity of children and families to be the principal agents of change in their own lives.

SKIP is currently seeking volunteers to join its Department of Economic Development (EcoDev).

The Department of Economic Development

The department of Economic Develppment (EcoDev) helps SKIP families create sustainable sources of income and provides them with opportunities to develop their artisanal and business skills to pursue their goals. Its current project portfolio includes:

  • micro-credit program – this issues small loans and business consulting to current or potential business owners;
  • construction program – small loans to improve the living situations of families;
  • artisanal workshops, including jewelry-making, sewing, and weaving;
  • business education workshops, one-on-one consulting;
  • health-related loan programs.

The Position

Under supervision of the EcoDev Coordinator, you will be responsible for a specific project within the department. However, because of the modest size of our team, volunteers contribute to aspects of all the projects within EcoDev.

Additionally, volunteers will assist in the children’s program at SKIP once a week by volunteering a morning/afternoon to work at the school as we feel this helps give additional perspective on the community.

While we ultimately desire our EcoDev Volunteers to speak some level of Spanish, we currently offer a limited amount of spaces for those who do not speak Spanish. However, priority will be given to those who are able to stay longer and are committed to improving their language abilities.


  • Independently research, organize and manage an EcoDev project that will improve the living conditions of families in El Porvenir. In some cases, the project will need to be continued from a past volunteer rather than independently researched and organized;
  • Participate in the microcredit loans program through office hours and visit houses in the community of El Porvenir;
  • Manage a development portfolio of families/borrowers and be open to understanding their situation and providing solutions;
  • Report to the EcoDev coordinator on a regular and consistent basis;

Volunteer profile


  • Relevant work or study experience;
  • Commitment of one month at minimum;
  • Ability to pass on competences and knowledge, but also to listen to suggestions;
  • Approachable and friendly demeanor to deal with parents;
  • Ability to work as a team, but also to take initiatives and work in an independent manner;
  • Be ready to exercise patience and show flexibility in living modestly and working with limited resources;
  • Willingness to help with other projects within the EcoDev department when necessary;
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Willingness to work flexible hours including some weekends.


  • Minimum intermediate level of Spanish
  • Experience in economic development, in particular with small businesses;
  • Experience living or working in South America.

The benefits of volunteering with us

In return for your invaluable participation in our volunteering program, SKIP will provide:

  • a thorough induction to the organization, programs, department and specific role
  • structured and relevant training from fully qualified and experienced staff members
  • mentoring and support in the form of regular supervision and staff meetings as well as informal sessions
  • the chance to be a part of a diverse and dedicated team and a welcoming community
  • confirmation of volunteer service

Financial contribution

We do ask volunteers to make a contribution to the charity in return for volunteering. We know it can seem a bit strange to ‘pay to work’ but this is how we fund the charity. Please see our annual report for a breakdown of our budget and spending. 59% of our annual budget currently comes from the volunteer contributions and additional fundraising done by current and ex volunteers.

Accommodation is provided and the cost of this is included in the donation, which ranges from £350 to £125 (US$540 – US$190) per month, depending on the length of stay. Please see the website for more information:

We are happy for volunteers to fundraise the contribution and there is more information about this on the website along with some information about possible grant opportunities.

Watch our video

If you would like to know more about our project, check out our video:

How to apply

More information about SKIP can be found at

Download an application form:

Download an application form from

Please send completed application forms to and send a resume/CV too, if you wish.

Do feel free to email us with any questions about the program or life here as a volunteer.

Summer 2013 Internship: Eliminate Project Intern at UNICEF


The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) works in more than 190 countries and territories to save and improve children’s lives, providing health care and immunizations, clean water and sanitation, nutrition, education, emergency relief, and more. The U.S. Fund for UNICEF (USF) supports UNICEF’s work through fundraising, advocacy, and education in the United States. Together, we are working toward the day when ZERO children die from preventable causes and every child has a safe and healthy childhood. For more information, please visit

USF invites qualified candidates to apply for the internship described below.

USF seeks an intern for The Eliminate Project, a global partnership between UNICEF and the volunteer organization Kiwanis International to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT) in the 31 countries around the world where it remains a threat. MNT is a tragic but easily preventable disease that kills one baby approximately every nine minutes. The intern will be involved with fundraising, education and advocacy efforts around this exciting partnership.

The internship will provide an opportunity to learn about:

  • UNICEF’s global health programs
  • Fundraising, including grassroots efforts as well as individual, corporate and foundation giving
  • Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF
  • Development and coordination of educational workshops and materials
  • Planning of field visits for donors
  • Budget development

The work schedule is flexible, but the successful candidate should expect to commit at least 15 -20 hours per week for the internship. The preferred schedule is consecutive days with a minimum of four hours per day.


  • Participate in cross-departmental team strategy meetings
  • Prepare materials and briefing books associated with meetings and conferences
  • Draft and edit materials related to the project, which may include PowerPoint presentations, blog posts, twitter messages, one-pagers, etc.
  • Draft e-mails, letters and other correspondence related to the project, including acknowledgment letters
  • Review and monitor media coverage of the Project
  • Coordinate USF-related roles at select Kiwanis Conventions occurring in the summer of 2013
  • Develop briefing books for site visit participants
  • Organize project materials
  • Perform other assignments as needed


  • Must be a current student enrolled in a College or University degree program
  • Experience using Microsoft PowerPoint and preparing presentations
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and attention to detail
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Must demonstrate USF Core Values: Trust, Respect, Accountability, Innovation, Teamwork, and Service
  • Experience in marketing and knowledge of international development issues a plus

Time Frame: Summer 2013

Days per week: Flexible

This is an unpaid internship.

The U. S. Fund for UNICEF is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce.

Due to the high volume of applications received, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

How To Apply

Please apply online at

Asia Capacity Building Research Intern Position



The abolition of child trafficking and exploitation. Nothing less.



We combat child trafficking & exploitation with the unexpected and restore survivors with excellence.

Intern reports to the Director of Asia Prevention.


Love146 seeks an energetic Research Intern to join the team in Southeast Asia. This position is based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, but other research related travel might be necessary. The intern will work closely with the Director of Asia Prevention to help conduct research for the field of human trafficking addressing prevention and demand and advocating for change and improving programs.

This research internship is designed as a stepping-stone to equip newly qualified field researchers to become future leaders in the fields of human rights and social sciences with invaluable skills and network connections. This is an excellent opportunity for fourth-year undergraduate students, or Master’s candidates. Due to the nature of the research topics, this position may require, at times, close interaction with clients; female, male and/or transgendered survivors of human trafficking and exploitation. Male and transgendered researchers are strongly encouraged to apply.

This unpaid position will provide practical, hands-on experience in the area of prevention education, research, monitoring and evaluation, and/or program development. Individuals will frequently work closely with grassroots organizations, and in other community settings.

Individuals should be highly motivated, organized, and possess a professional demeanor, as well as have a sense of compassion for at-risk youth or survivors of human trafficking and exploitation. Applicants should be able to commit to the entirety of the internship experience.

This position requires attention to detail, a demonstrated interest in working with at-risk populations, cultural competence, and the ability to work under emotionally charged conditions and in difficult situations with sensitivity and respect. Interns will gain a hands-on experience in conducting research pertaining to the trafficking and exploitation of males, females and transgendered youth in Southeast Asia, and develop strong community relationships with other social service providers and anti-trafficking non-government organization leaders and staff.

INTERN RESPONSIBILITIES — may include some/any of the following:

  • Contribute to a research study pertaining to the trafficking and exploitation of boys, girls and/or transgendered youth in the sex industry.
  • Create a system for data collection.
  • Monitor and evaluate progress of programs.
  • Assist with preparing, writing and editing evaluation and progress reports.
  • Provide detailed analyses of data.
  • Collect relevant information to develop new training materials for partner projects.
  • Assist with other tasks as needed.

Interns for this position must be able to commit 40 hours per week for a minimum of three consecutive months. Times of work need to be flexible, e.g. sometimes late.

All internships are unpaid; however, Love146 will work with academic institutions to provide academic credit, as needed.

This internship is based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Room & board are not provided, but guidance is available.


  • At least three to four years of study in International Relations, International Development, Social Sciences, or a related field.
  • Prior research training and experience, and relevant courses taken is preferred.
  • Familiarity with topics such as proper source citation, use of surveys and needs assessments, use of SPSS and data analysis is vital.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • A keen sense of professionalism.
  • Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills. Team player.
  • Cultural and social sensitivity.
  • Ability to take initiative, set priorities, work independently, and manage multiple tasks.
  • Understanding and respect of the complexity of sexual trauma and abuse.
  • Ability and willingness to adapt to a variety of duties and priorities, and work under time constraints and pressure.
  • High level of comfort using Microsoft Office, Excel, PowerPoint.
  • Seasoned experience with the Internet, relevant search engines, and databases as research resources.
  • Flexible, open minded, and easy going – with a sense of humor.

The tentative start of this internship is: September 2013.

All interns should be able to attend an Internship Orientation prior to departure.

How To Apply

  • Download and complete the Love146 Internship Application Form from
  • Provide a cover letter, detailed résumé, and a 1-2 page writing sample demonstrating academic research skills, with particular focus on commercial sexual exploitation, human trafficking, youth empowerment, and/or reintegration.
  • Email (no snail mail) all required documents to:
  • Note: Electronic signatures or typed names in lieu of signatures are acceptable where required.

No snail mail please. To help keep our administrative costs low Love146 can not respond to phone enquiries on these positions.Our process is to review all resumes and to contact only those applicants who are appropriate for current openings. Thank you for your understanding.

Marketing intern position for


Do you believe that social media can help change the world? Do you feel passionately about social entrepreneurship and international development? Are you looking for a challenging work experience? GlobalGiving connects social entrepreneurs and grassroots organizations with individuals, corporations, and institutions that have an interest in supporting and fueling significant social impact. Since 2002, GlobalGiving has helped non-profits and social entrepreneurs in 120 countries grow their communities of donors and volunteers to raise nearly $75 million from more than 290,000 individual and corporate donors., an online marketplace for international grassroots charities, is looking for a Unmarketing Intern. We’re looking for someone that wants to help us push our brand, voice, ideas, and most importantly our users forward. The Unmarketing Intern reports to the Unmarketing Manager and Senior Champion for Customer Bliss. The intern will support our communications and customer service efforts as part of our social media, marketing, and unmarketing strategy. He or she will help maintain the drumbeat for our “Tribe.” This is a full-time paid position.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Execute strategy: Help execute and refine our unmarketing strategy, and bring your expertise and ideas to the table.
  • Tell great stories: Help us engage with our loyal following, telling the stories of our partner nonprofits on Facebook, Twitter, and other relevant sites. Think creatively about how to use photos from our Project Leaders to help tell your story.
  • Write compelling content: Write blog posts and draft content for our e-newsletters that go to 100,000+ subscribers, helping our nonprofit partners raise funds for their work.
  • Measure: Develop metrics and methods for monitoring and evaluating our unmarketing efforts, and help us learn from our work so that we can improve. Help us build a database of unmarketing efforts.
  • Fill in the blanks: Help us build a better database of our unmarketing efforts, updating our media page, and tagging our media mentions.
  • Copyedit: Help us maintain our style. AP style, that is.
  • Develop our voice: Help us ensure a consistent “voice” (tone, brevity, diction, etc.) in all communications.
  • Help Us say thank you: Collaborate with the Product team develop a better way tothankour incredible donors.
  • Keep our customers happy: Respond to customer inquiries via email, phone, social media, case systems, and any other forms of communication, ensuring a timely and thoughtful response to all users. Summarize user feedback and escalate suggestions, thoughts, and criticisms to the appropriate staff members so that we can respond in a timely manner.
  • Excellent writing, editing skills, and project management skills; ability to multi-task with uncompromising work quality
  • Superior written and oral communication skills; great attention to detail
  • Some background in marketing, graphic design, English, or business
  • Proven experience using Twitter and Facebook; demonstrated use of other relevant sites and networks like Pinterest, WordPress, Storify, Instagram, etc.
  • Passionate about owning and advancing GlobalGiving’s voice and brand across a variety of media
  • Customer service experience and commitment to maintaining a blissful relationship with our donors
  • Sense of humor, belief in our values, and desire to change the world

Required Qualifications

  • Excellent writing, editing skills, and project management skills; ability to multi-task with uncompromising work quality
  • Superior written and oral communication skills; great attention to detail
  • Some background in marketing, graphic design, English, or business
  • Proven experience using Twitter and Facebook; demonstrated use of other relevant sites and networks like Pinterest, WordPress, Storify, Instagram, etc.
  • Passionate about owning and advancing GlobalGiving’s voice and brand across a variety of media
  • Customer service experience and commitment to maintaining a blissful relationship with our donors
  • Sense of humor, belief in our values, and desire to change the world

How To Apply

Interested? Great! We want you to email us your resume, but we also want to hear your voice and see your creativity. So along with your cover letter and resume, send us a sample of some previous work, or take the internship for a test drive and run with any of the tasks listed above. Any and all creative demonstrations are welcome. Here are some ideas:

  • Send us a link to a blog post that you’ve written about a cause that moves you.
  • Edit or improve any page on our website to make it better. (It won’t hurt our feelings.)
  • Show us how you would promote our projects or content on Twitter or on Facebook with some sample tweets or posts.

Please email your cover letter, resume and any files or links to with the phrase “Unmarketing Internship” in the subject line. Applications for the Summer (late May – late August) class will be accepted through April 3, 2013.