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The Humanitarian organization Action Against Hunger call applications for the Cash Learning Partnership Internship Program in the United States. The Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP) is the global partnership of humanitarian actors who has engagement in learning, knowledge sharing, networking, policy and coordination around the appropriate and timely use of Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) in humanitarian response. CaLP works collectively with actors to increase the scale and quality of CVA by bringing organizations together to address the most pressing issues for CVA. CaLP’s vision is that humanitarian assistance creates the greatest value, choice, and dignity for people in crisis. Moreover, CaLP’s mission is to increase the scale and quality of CVA as a tool for humanitarian assistance.
Generally, the CaLP Americas internship will focus on the Latin America and Caribbean region, assisting the team with program, communication and administration support to carry out the activities in the 2019/20 work plan. In addition to that, the intern will have an opportunity to deepen his/her knowledge of humanitarian response through Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA).
The incumbent of Action Against Humanity Cash Learning Partnership Internship Program 2020 in the United States will perform the following duties
Translate, edit, and proofread a range of materials in Spanish to ensure consistency with key messages and style guidelines.
Support with research on CVA in the Latin America and Caribbean region.
Provide administration and logistical support in organizing regional events and training. This includes liaising with participants and providing logistical arrangements.
Support with the management of stakeholder communications, including email lists and digital media to disseminate information on events and training.
Candidates must have the following qualifications in order to be eligible for Action Against Hunger Internship 2020 in the United States
Current or recent undergraduate or graduate student.
Professional/native fluency in Spanish as well as strong written and verbal communication skills.
Excellent organizational and planning skills and also a team player with good interpersonal skills.
A high level of computer literacy in Microsoft Office as well as an ability to multi-task.
Furthermore, must be authorized to work in the U.S. if not a U.S. citizen.
Experience working in an international aid organization or non-profit setting preferred
Similarly, knowledge and/or experience working with Latin America and the Caribbean. Furthermore, experience using Mailchimp is desirable.
Candidates must do 15 hours of work per week and a 3-month commitment (preference to 6-month commitment). The schedule will be agreed upon based on availability and team needs.
This is an unpaid internship but the intern will receive lunch reimbursement up to $10 a day; and also a monthly MetroCard for travel to and from the office.
We can work with the chosen intern’s institution to provide academic credit if permitted by your academic Institution.