Call For Applications: Africa Matters Initiative Internship 2019

Africa Matters Initiative Internship
Africa Matters Initiative is a youth-led organisation dedicated to EMPOWERING YOUNG AFRICANS to change African narratives through capacity building and community-impact projects.

The internship term will start from 1 July 2019 and will end 1 January 2020. You will be required to work at least 10 hours a week. This role may be fast paced and we are looking for individuals who will provide time, talent, creativity and execution into every element of their position.

Please note: This Internship is REMOTE based. What makes AMI unique is that our team members live in different parts of the world. Irrespective of location we ensure that the operations of AMI continue by using technology to leverage our efforts.

Applicants from ALL OVER the world are able to apply. AMI do not discriminate or have preference over any nationality.

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To Apply

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Applications open on 31 May 2019 and will close on 17 June 2019.

Applicants will receive feedback from the AMI team on 20 June 2019. For successful applicants, Interviews will be conducted on Google Hangouts on the 21st to 24th of June 2019.

The application may take you about 20 mins to 2 hours to complete (depending on your pace). If your application is incomplete, we will NOT review your application.

This is an UNPAID internship however, you will obtain and/or enhance on both hard and soft skills and be able to engage with some of the brightest minds in Africa.

If you find any complications with the form, please contact Africa Matters Initiative at info@africamattersinitiative.com. Due to the high volume of applications and inquires; Please do NOT contact us regarding your application unless it has to do with technological complications.

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