Intern with IPCRI
IPCRI accepts interns throughout the year. Applications for internships are accepted on a rolling basis. If you are interested in working with IPCRI please indicate the dates you will be available. Potential candidates should apply for a minimum of three months, applications for longer periods of time will be given preference.
IPCRI is occasionally engaged in a variety of research projects, both independently and in cooperation with other institutions. The IPCRI staff can offer its wealth of knowledge and its access to an expansive network for interns who are interested in conducting research on a relevant topic.
Interns should apply with an idea in mind and should be able to work independently, without supervision. IPCRI works with very open organizational structure and therefore requires interns to be able to take responsibility for their work .
IPCRI seeks qualified interns to assist with resource development and fundraising. Responsiblities include:
Researching potential new donors and partners
Writing grant applications
Other general responsibilities will include administrative support, assistance with event organisations, attendance of IPCRI events and reporting.
Graduate students or recent graduates in a relevant field (conflict resoultion, NGO management, international relations, etc).
Interns must be able to work independently and take responsibility. IPCRI does not have a sufficient staff to supervise interns on a day-to-day basis.
Excellent English skills, Arabic and Hebrew are an advantage.
Previous experience in working with NGOs and fundraising is preferable.
Preferably availability for at least 6 months.
Please note that interships at IPCRI are unpaid.
To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to , indicating your availabilities and which internship you are interested in.