ACHRS offers the opportunity for final-year university students, Masters or PhD candidates, and young professionals to acquire professional experience through an internship in the International Relations Unit of the organization.
The Center is looking for motivated young individuals with a demonstrated commitment to human rights principles and the practical skills needed to contribute to the ACHRS in a variety of capacities.
Interns’ responsibilities include making and maintaining relationships with other organizations and individuals, completing funding applications for ACHRS programs, organizing conferences and seminars for the center, recruiting new interns, writing position statements, and monitoring regional human rights news. Interns can focus on research, fundraising, or communications and events.
Excellent English writing skills are essential, while knowledge of Arabic is an asset.
The candidate must have a degree relevant for the mission of the Center, such as Nonprofit Administration, Human Rights, Law, Development Studies, International Relations, Political Science, Sociology, Middle Eastern studies etc.
Interns are required to work for the Center for a minimum of four months, preferably five or six. Internships can be in Research & Policy, Communications, Fundraising & Development, or a combination. Research & Policy interns must have completed their bachelor’s degree or at least be in their final term at the time of the internship.
Internship start and end dates are flexible, and we are currently recruiting for interns to start January 2023 or later.
The position is unpaid and the intern is responsible for his/her accommodation and expenses in Jordan.
To apply, please fill out the Internship Application Form, and send a copy of your CV and a relevant English writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your writing sample could be from your studies or former work, but must be written solely by you, the applicant. It should be on a topic related to the internship.