International NGO Internships
Demonstrate your commitment to a worthy cause with an international NGO internship.
An international Non-Profit internship can be very demanding as it is a competitive sector. An NGO internship will prove your dedication and strength of character and will not go unnoticed by future employers.
We proactively encourage doing our international NGO internship program because volunteering not only helps others but also leaves you with a great sense of personal satisfaction. The founders of The Intern Group have all demonstrated a deep commitment to volunteering in their own lives. The Intern Group also donates to the NGOs with whom we partner.
We work with major international NGOs and smaller grassroots organizations in all of our program destinations. The NGO internships we provide span all sectors, ranging from Human Rights and Social Work to Animal Welfare. We have previously placed interns in organizations with causes related to Community Development, Healthcare & Sustainability, Social Services, Environmental Activism, and Political & Economic Development. A career in the third sector is incredibly varied and can suit a vast range of disciplines and degrees including Psychology, Sociology, and International Relations. In all of our voluntary roles you will have an important part to play and your efforts will be greatly appreciated.
Example organization of where we have placed interns in the past: TECHO
TECHO is a youth led, non-profit organization present in Latin America & the Caribbean. Through the joint work of families living in extreme poverty and youth volunteers, TECHO seeks to overcome poverty in slums. TECHO is convinced that poverty can be permanently eradicated if society as a whole recognizes poverty as a priority and actively works towards overcoming it.
Video testimonial: Maxy Xiao talks about her time in Colombia working for an NGO
Example Program Participant: Maxy Xiao from Bucknell University, US, talks about her time in Colombia working for an NGO that provides prosthetics for amputees.