United Nations No More Unpaid Internships Fellowship Programme for Young Professionals

The United Nations is welcoming applications for its No More Unpaid Internship Fellowship Programme for Young Professionals.

Description

No More Unpaid Internship Fellowship Programme for Young Professionals is an internship program by the United Nations that pays young professionals while training them to become better in their field.

Deadline: 15th June 2021

Type: Fellowship

Number of Awards: Not specified

Country of Fellowship: New York, United States of America

Fellowship Duration: Up to six months

Target demographic: Open to all young professionals from all over the world

Fellowship Worth/Inclusions

The Fellowship enables qualified or eligible applicants to join the United Nations at the United Nations’ Headquarters in New York.

N.B: This lasts for up to six months

Eligibility

To be eligible to apply for this fellowship program, applicants must;

° be passionate about the work of the United Nations

° have been waiting for too long for a paid entry-level opportunity to the UN

° be motivated to help realise the potential of fellow young people

More on Eligibility

To apply, applicants are advised to visit the Fellowship official website and click on the open vacancies they are most interested in… these are some of the vacancies;

° Fellow in Coordination – 2020 Posting, Now Filled

° Fellow in Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation – 2020 Posting, Now Filled

° Fellow in Social Media – 2020 Posting, Now Filled

° Fellow in Gender Equality 2020 Posting, Now Filled

° Fellow in Youth Peace and Security – 2021 Posting, OPEN NOW

° Fellow in Gender Equality – 2021 Posting, OPEN NOW

° Fellow in Data Analysis and Monitoring – 2021 Posting, OPEN NOW

Visit the Fellowship official website – link below – to access the online application form and more details on how to apply. All the best.

Website: https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/2020/02/want-to-be-a-fellow-apply-now-no-more-unpaid-internships/

 

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