This mentorship program offers young women and men with demonstrated interest in international peace and security, policy, and human rights an exciting opportunity to work with Dr. Alaa Murabit.
A chance to develop skills, networks and experience to further your career in this space, previous mentees have had the opportunity to publish their research and writing, gain fulfilling employment and attend the United Nations General Assembly, UN Global Compact and High-Level Commission meetings where they have had private meetings with the UN Secretary General, heads of international organizations, heads of state and business leaders.
Language: Applicants must have fluency in English (additional languages are beneficial).
Education: Applicants must be currently enrolled in, or have graduated from, a Bachelor's or graduate programme. Preference will be given to applicants who are just starting their careers! If you are currently in high school and interested please connect with us for other opportunities!
Location: Mentorships are remote, which means internet access is key! However there are significant travel opportunities.
Duration: The mentorship programme lasts for at least three months and can be as long as six months.
Academic Credit: You may get academic credit from your institution of higher education for the internship. Check with your university to confirm their academic credit policy for internships.
Please Note: This is an unpaid mentorship. Costs related to travel, insurance, accommodation, and living expenses are borne by either the mentees or their sponsoring institutions.
For previous mentees please visit this link