11 Internships at UNICEF Innovation (NYC & Overseas) 05/24/18

The UNICEF Innovation team in currently has 11 internship positions available for Summer 2018. Please see link below for details on the types of positions and how to apply.

Do you want to use your skills to find new technology solutions to improve children’s lives? Want to learn more about how big data can be used for good? Want to be part of the team setting up the first venture fund inside the UN? Do you have a passion for finding and testing new ideas?

The UNICEF Innovation Internship Programme offers eligible/qualified students the opportunity to acquire direct practical experience with dedicated support of the team. These internships are for the purpose of developing your skills and contributing to an exciting project being piloted and scaled by UNICEF Innovations.

As an intern, you will:

* Get to work on a specific project of strategic value to the team. You’ll get to present your ideas and outputs to the team at the end of the summer.

* Receive dedicated mentorship from a member of multidisciplinary team related to your project and your career and development plans

* Be part of a dedicated induction programme to UNICEF and UNICEF Innovation

* Visit 2-3 external partners based in New York City (or in the remote location you are working from) that are active in the space of technology and innovation

* Have a fun and inspiring internship experience

To learn more and apply, go to http://unicefstories.org/2018/04/20/8-internship-opportunities-2018-unicef-office-of-innovation/


Blossom Hill Fellowship Program

 
BLOSSOM HILL FELLOWSHIP: Investing in Peace through Innovation

Applications Now Open!

 

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The Fellowship Program

2018 Fellowship Framework

2018 Fellowship Application 

 


 

 

2018 Blossom Hill Fellowship: Investing in Peace through Innovation

 

Blossom Hill Foundation is thrilled to announce that the application for our third year of the Blossom Hill Fellowship Program is now available on our website! There are two tracks of funding: Emerging Leader Fellows, eligible for up to $10,000 a year; and Sustaining Impact Fellows, eligible for up to $50,000 a year. All completed applications must be received by Monday, April 16, 2018.

Eligibility requirements are as follows:

  • Project beneficiaries: Project must aim to positively impact the lives of communities (children, youth, families, etc.) affected by conflict and war in the Middle East. This can be in the Middle East itself or any other country where war refugee populations have needs.

  • Experience: Applicants should have significant experience and close ties with the community and culture their idea is designed to serve.

  • Language proficiency: Applicants should possess the language skills necessary for the successful implementation of their proposed initiative.

  • Partner: Applicants must have a partner NGO registered as a U.S. 501(c)(3) charitable organization to serve as a fiscal sponsor.


We thank the Blossom Hill family for your support and urge you to:

We look forward to receiving thoughtful and innovative applications that aim to ensure children affected by conflict in the Middle East thrive! 

Good luck! 

 



 

 

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2018 Camelback Fellowship Application is now open!

Our 2018 Fellowship Application is now open!

 

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We'll be writing a longer note later this month, but I just wanted to let you know that our application for the 2018 Camelback Fellowship opened today. This marks year four, and we couldn't be more excited to hear from innovative education and social impact leaders from around the country. 

If you have been working on something, consider applying to our program.
If you know of someone who's a fit, recommend them to us.
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For the past few weeks, we've been running a campaign with the launch of our manifesto, Ruthless for Good. Featuring Camelback Fellows: Tyler shares how a conversation with a student changed her perspective on systemic racism, Jonathan explains why he created a school model that paves the way for financial freedom; and founder and CEO Aaron reflects on why this work must stay personal. Visit our website for more Ruthless for Good narratives. 

 

 

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Social impact fellowship roles with Global Health Corps open through 1/17!

Open now! 2018-2019 GHC Fellowship Applications

Join the 2018-2019 class of Global Health Corps fellows!

 

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In 1948, the World Health Organization defined health as "a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity." Realizing this vision for every human being will take nothing less than a collective movement of bold leaders committed to transforming health systems. That's what we at Global Health Corps (GHC) are building - will you join us

Applications for our 2018-2019 fellowship class are open now through January 17, 2018! We are searching for a diverse crew of 140+ young leaders (ages 21-30) who believe that health is a human right and are ready to work to make it a reality for all. GHC fellows work in one year, paid positions on the front lines of global health at our partner organizations in Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, the U.S., and Zambia. Check out some of our high impact roles by skillset: 

  • Data Analysis & Informatics: Analyze & process information to improve the quality of healthcare. 

  • Design & Architecture: Design structures & processes that advance human health & dignity. 

  • Communications: Harness the power of words to shift narratives & spread awareness of health interventions. 

  • Policy & Advocacy: Conduct research & mobilize others to drive change at the macro level. 

  • Fundraising: Manage events, relationships, & proposals to bring in the critical funds that health organizations need. 

  • Monitoring & Evaluation: Measure impact to guide decision making & maximize the effectiveness of health interventions. 

  • Business, Budgeting & Finance: Manage projects & budgets to ensure health programs run efficiently. 

 

                               

 

If you're committed to building a more equitable world, the health equity movement needs you. Don't miss your chance to join our global community of nearly 900 leaders and changemakers! Applications close January 17, 2018 and will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning in late-December. View all of our 140+ positions and start your application today!  

 

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Applications for the 2018-2019 GHC fellowship are OPEN! Calling young leaders from all sectors to join the health equity movement in 140 high-impact roles in Africa and the US. Applications close January 17: ghcorps.org/apply

Civic Rise Seeks Partnership Intern

Social impact startup CivicRise seeks Partnerships intern

CivicRise is an early-stage technology startup (founded by Tim Scales, Fuqua '17) that seeks to mobilize effective, sustained, and measurable civic engagement. The CivicRise action app allows users to subscribe to organizations such as the ACLU or Planned Parenthood and receive targeted action alerts that they can complete through the app. The Partnerships internship is focused on seeking and developing relationships with issue-advocacy organizations who would use the app to mobilize their supporters. This would include researching prospects, creating outreach materials, assisting with pitches and demos, and other marketing/bizdev activities that we come up with together. We are looking for an enthusiastic, entrepreneurial person who is excited about the unpredictability of a startup and eager to jump in and make a difference. A passion for social entrepreneurship and/or civic engagement is a huge plus. Impeccable communication skills, professionalism, and follow-through are a must. A willingness to do the unglamorous work as well as the fun stuff is required, because that's what we're all doing here. If this looks like a good fit, email Tim at tim@civicrise.io with a resume and a quick note saying one thing you could bring to this role plus one thing you'd hope to gain from this experience.