We are currently seeking a Communications and Social Media Intern. Please take a look at the announcement here.
About our internship program:
Through our local internship program, RACHA aims to develop the capacity of Cambodia's young people and recruit new talent for our growing NGO. The program has been a great success and plans are underway to begin marketing the internship program to other NGOs; encouraging them to team up with universities and initiate a similar program.
The internship program is designed to provide outstanding graduate-level students and recent graduates with an opportunity to experience development work firsthand by assisting in the implementation of RACHA's program activities.
Internships provide an opportunity to gainknowledge of project management and understanding of organizational functioning for health and support/administrative units.
To receive credit for an internship you must:
You must also:
Benefits of an Internship:
Duration of Internship Assignments:
The internship program operates on a non-salaried basis. RACHA will reimburse meal, incidentals and transportation costs only while traveling to provincial sites on a RACHA assignment. A small stipend of $100 a month will be granted.
How to Apply:
Interested students should compile the following documentation:
Please send all documents to:
Reproductive and Child Health Alliance, RACHA
House No. 160, Street 71,
Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Kham Chamkarmon,
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Attn.: Mr. Chuon Satharidh
Human Resources Coordinator
Finance and Operations Unit
Further Career Opportunities:
The purpose of the Internship Program is not to lead to further employment with RACHA but to complement an intern's studies or provide additional job market experience. Therefore, there should be no expectation of employment at the end of an internship. However, upon the completion of internship program, the successful interns will be provided with an applicable letter of recommendation. In relation to personnel requirements and funding availability, interns may apply to be a contractual and/or regular basis employee. Of those who receive an internship at RACHA, almost 90% are recruited following RACHA's policy to become contractual staff after having worked as an intern for one year.