UNICEF offers internships to students and recent graduates
who are interested in gaining practical experience in international development
and humanitarian work. The organization provides unpaid internships, which
means that interns are not paid a salary for their work.
However, UNICEF provides a range of benefits and support to
its interns, including:
stipend or allowance to cover basic living expenses, such as accommodation
coverage for medical expenses, accidents, and illness
to attend training, workshops, and other learning events
to UNICEF resources and databases for research and learning
The amount of the stipend or allowance provided to UNICEF
interns varies depending on the location and duration of the internship. In
general, the stipend or allowance is intended to cover basic living expenses
and is not intended to provide a salary or support a luxurious lifestyle.
UNICEF internships are highly competitive, and the
organization looks for candidates who are passionate about the organization's
mission and have the skills and experience to contribute to its work. Interns
who perform well during their internship may also be considered for future
employment opportunities with UNICEF.