We recognise the value of internships as not only a learning opportunity for our interns but also as a chance for use to help create the next leaders in the anti-slavery world. Additionally, international internships are increasingly a valued part of a well-rounded resume or CV.
internships are available for two to six months. Internships are unpaid, and interns are responsible for their own costs while at Challenging Heights.
Applications are rolling and based on the needs of the organisation. As our needs change over time, the descriptions below are examples of some of our needs
Designing and conducting an intensive research project either with our staff or in the field. While we have specific research needs, we welcome proposals from all.
Partnerships & Fundraising:
Cultivating partnerships in Ghana and abroad, contributing to fundraising proposals, and working with our Ambassadors, who fundraise on our behalf.
Reading Tutor / After-school Coach:
Working as a reading and literacy tutor for small groups of students at the library. Organising indoor & outdoor play activities and facilitating child rights clubs after school.
Providing human resource or secretarial support and helping with the smooth running of the office.
Assisting our communications and advocacy programme by researching, writing policy papers, and meeting with stakeholders.