PNGO Network Internship Program offers
an internship to undergraduate and graduate students at PNGO Network office in
Ramallah. The internships typically run for 3 to 6 months, but shorter or longer
period may be agreed upon.
Internships at PNGO Network are highly relevant for students in
the fields of Middle East Studies, Law, Human Rights, Political and Social
Science, Anthropology, Communication and/or Journalism. The program provides an
opportunity for individuals to gain practical experience by working on the
ground with Palestinian civil society to promote Democracy, human rights and
social Justice and social change. PNGO chooses applicants who will most benefit
from the experience as well as those who can contribute the most to the
organization, based on their skills and interests and PNGO's current needs. PNGO
consider intern applications to work in Monitoring and documentation, Media and
Working hours at PNGO office is from 9am-5pm. Weekend is
Fridays and Sundays, with possible adjustments. No salary is paid, (you
must arrange your own funding for all costs associated with their internship).
The interns will mainly assist the program
manager carrying on a combination of the following tasks:
In addition, based on PNGO needs, the interns will assist the
program manager with more content-oriented tasks:
The intern should provide PNGO with a brief
written report about his/her activities and learning at the end of the
Higher Education Degree (Middle East
Studies, Law, Political and Social Science, Human Rights, Anthropology,
Communication and/or Journalism - other degrees may also be considered)
The working languages of PNGO Network are Arabic and
English. Applicants must be fluent in written and spoken English.
Knowledge of Arabic and other languages is helpful, but not required.
Applicants must submit, in four separate attachments, a
cover letter, current CV, and two references (names and contact details of
persons having known you in a professional capacity) to firstname.lastname@example.org . Please indicate
the dates of your envisaged internship. It is recommended to submit the
application at least three months before the suggested starting date of
the internship. PNGO strives to inform all candidates of the decision with
regard to their application at least two months before the requested
starting date of the internship. PNGO will help the successful applicants
with the logistic issues.
In case some applicants are not accepted for an internship at PNGO for some reasons, they
can ask PNGO to add their needed information on PNGO's website. So, applicants will have
more chances to be accepted as interns by PNGO member and non-member organizationsvisiting the website.
PNGO Network, Ramallah, Palestine P.O. Box 2232
Tel: +970-2-2975320, +970-2-2975321