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Here is a list of current internship opportunities for the Anthropology students
TEACH – Time to
Educate Africa’s CHildren is a dynamic,
frontline charity working to alleviate poverty through the power of
education. TEACH provides innovative and holistic educational
programmes, to primary schools
across Tanzania and Ghana, which empowers young people to make a
change in their community and to challenge and overcome economic, social
TEACH is mainly a youth driven organization with most of their members being recent graduates making them equally as passionate about engaging with youth in the UK. They are constantly on the lookout for opportunities to get more young people excited about their work and raise awareness about today’s pressing global development issues – which is how the Student Ambassador (SA) programme was born. This programme gives students an opportunity to gain internship experience in an international charity while studying. Students will be working in a vibrant team and developing new skills along the way such as volunteer management and event management skills and it looks fantastic on their CV. Allowing proactive students to really get ahead of the game!
The students in Anthropology department would be particularly interested in this opportunity because of the skills developed. Theories of society and culture can be greatly enhanced and supported through the involvement in the SA programme as there will be large elements of leadership, teamwork and international travel. It will improve their CV and allow for independent growth outside the classroom, a worthy opportunity to empower students. Moreover, working within an international charity like TEACH, can broaden the prospective of your students and make them stand out when applying for jobs. They will also be assigned a personal mentor to assist them during the course of the programme.
information, please download the PDF explaining the SA Programme in full, outlining more about
TEACH, the SA’s role and the benefits of being an SA in both the short and long
ReD Associates is an innovation and strategy consultancy with
offices in Copenhagen and New York. Our international staff of anthropologists,
sociologists, economists, political scientists, and designers all employ the
technique of “grounded theory”, which means that we spend a lot of time with
customers around the world collecting qualitative data about their habits,
preferences, and aspirations. Through a process of data triangulation, our
teams add information from other sources such as surveys, industry reports, and
bibliometric analysis to develop deep insights into how and why consumers make
decisions. We use these insights both to see the world in more compassionate
and complex ways, and to identify new business opportunities for our clients.
ReD Associates is looking for interns for their Copenhagen
office beginning in February 2013. Full details can be downloaded here.
If you are interested, please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading: [INTERN: RED ASSOCIATES], no later than 14 October 2012 at 23:59 CET. Only applications containing a resume, a transcript of your grades and a covering letter will be considered.