Responsibilities and duties:
The internship will include working at our drop-in and library, providing support and non- formal educational activities to service users (asylum seekers living in Malta). Tasks will include CV support, cultural orientation, referral to mainstream services, organizing games and English basic literacy. Interns will also be expected to attend seminars and conferences, organize educational activities in the community, and provide support on research projects. The placement will also include basic administrative support such as maintaining social media sites, keep up client database and writing of daily and monthly reports


Masters degree preferred but final year Bachelor Degree students will be considered.
Strong interpersonal skills and experience working with refugee and diverse populations.
Knowledge of Microsoft applications
Commitment to social justice
Be able to be to work independently and to be part of an international team.

Internship Benefits
Volunteers and Interns are the backbone of the foundation, and we depend on them to share their skills, time, knowledge and experiences. In return we offer an invaluable opportunity to:
Learn directly from the field
Collaborate closely on a day to day basis with the team and the people using our services
Form part of a platform enabling you to develop contacts with other stakeholders in the field and network
Critically foster and develop relationships and genuine friendships. Whether volunteering a few hours a week or working as an intern with us, you will be responsible for affecting change.

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