An Internship at WISCOMP opens up avenues for bringing together experience and potential in a stimulating exchange in fields such as gender studies, conflict transformation, peace education and security studies. It provides an excellent platform for young entrants to interact with expert professionals and practitioners from these fields.
1. What do Interns Do?
General office work, conduct research, assist in event planning and coordination, interact with organizations and networks, public relations, including media outreach and assist in documentation.
2. What is the compensation package?
Internships at WISCOMP are mostly unpaid. A few small need based bursaries are available.
3. Who can apply?
Applicants should have a strong interest in one or more of the following fields: Security Studies, International Relations, Peacebuilding, Conflict Transformation, Gender Studies and Education for Peace. In addition to an undergraduate degree the applicants should possess good verbal and written communication skills and working knowledge of Windows and Internet. An intern must also be able to work both individually and in a team.
4. How should I apply?
Send your resume, a brief statement of objectives and a sample of written work to WISCOMP.
5. What is the duration of internship?
WISCOMP internships vary between ten to sixteen weeks. Internships for durations shorter than eight weeks are not generally available.