UNICEF Paid Internships worldwide 2023/2024 (Funded)

If you are undergraduate, postgraduate, or fresh graduate and searching for paid internships abroad for recent graduates and students with high quality experience, then this opportunity for you. UNICEF Internship programme offers global paid internships opportunities for the students and recent graduates from different academic backgrounds. Unicef internships are paid and give you valuable experience.

UNICEF Paid Internships worldwide 2023/2024 (Funded)

About UNICEF | What is Unicef stand for?

UNICEF, formerly known as the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund and now officially known as the United Nations Children's Fund, is a United Nations organisation responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental help to children worldwide. With a presence in 192 countries and territories, the agency is one of the most ubiquitous and well-known social assistance organisations in the world. UNICEF's efforts include delivering vaccines and disease prevention, treating HIV-positive children and mothers, improving childhood and maternal nutrition, improving sanitation, promoting education, and providing disaster assistance.

About Unicef Paid Internships

Unicef internship is one of the best paid internships for recent graduates and  university students. UNICEF provides global paid internships opportunities for the students and recent graduates from different academic backgrounds. The internship usually lasts between 6 to 26 weeks. Internships can be either full-time or part-time.

Finance and Benefits for Unicef Internships

- UNICEF Provides a monthly grant to interns up to 1,700 USD in the following offices: New York, Geneva, Copenhagen or around 70% percent from this grant in the other offices like Tokyo, and Warsaw. 

- A one-time lump amount to help with travel and visa expenses, may also be granted when funding is available

If necessary, UNICEF will provide relevant supporting documents for our visa applications.

- The selected candidate is responsible to ensure that the visa and health insurance required to perform the duties of the contract are valid for the entire period of the contract.

Eligibility, What do you need to apply for Unicef internships

- Aged at least 18 years 

- Be a citizen for one of UNICEF Member states.

Currently enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral program, or have graduated within the last two years.

- Have strong academic performance and motivation.

Additional consideration will be given to any professional experience relevant to the function you’re applying for.

- The candidate must have no immediate family members, such as parents, siblings, or brothers, may work for any UNICEF office.

Current paid internships opportunities with Unicef

Internship for Partnership and Advocacy, PPD Tokyo, Japan 

( Application deadline: 31 August 2023)

Supply Community unit, Human Resources Centre, UNICEF Supply Division, Copenhagen, Denmark 

(Application deadline: 15 August 2023)

Internship (Climate change and Education in Emergencies ), New York, USA

(Application deadline: 18 August 2023)

You can check all the current paid internships opportunities with UNICEF from HERE

Required documents to apply for Unicef internships

- CV in English (in some internships you will need to have the CV with another language as well)

- Cover letter to state the area of your study and the reason for your application

- Graduation certificate if you are graduate  

Important notes about Unicef internships

- There is no expectation that this paid internship will lead to employment.

- Candidates must be completely protected against SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) using a vaccination that has received endorsement from the World Health Organisation (WHO) before accepting the assignment. 

- Only the qualified participants will be short-listed and notified for further screening and interview. 

- In some internships you will get the chance to work and be available in the office for 4 days per week.

- Having the opportunity of taking internship with UNICEF deserves the time and efforts you will take for the interview.

How to apply for Unicef Internships 

Step 1: choose the suitable internship for you for the Unicef Internships page

Step 2: Read carefully the job description, criteria, and all the details to make sure this internship fits to you and you can apply

Step 3: Prepare your documents, prepare strong CV/ resume and professional Cover letter "Motivation letter". Your CV should has all the important details about your education, experience, skills, contact info, languages, etc. 

Step 4: In each internship Page you can will find "Apply Now" button, click on it, enter your email then follow the next step which will be upload your resume "CV" until submitting your online application.

Step 5: After submitting your application, you have to week few weeks to get the response

More Details

For more details about the available paid internships check the UNICEF Internships page from HERE

Opportunity website

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