Malaria No More is determined to end deaths from malaria. We’re helping the world get it done by engaging global leaders, rallying the public, developing innovative new approaches and delivering life-saving tools and education to families across malaria-endemic regions. Founded in 2006 by business leaders Ray Chambers and Peter Chernin, Malaria No More is working to create a world in which no one dies from a mosquito bite.
MNM's internship program offers internships for 3 to 6 months at our office in Washington, DC. We welcome student interns, particularly those with an interest in public health or international development. Our internship is unpaid. We are currently recruiting for the Summer 2016 semester.
What do you gain as an intern?
An internship with MNM will give the intern a chance to work in a small, influential advocacy organization.
What will be the type of work you will do as an intern?
· Compile research and write various Communications documents/briefs/projects, newsletters, blogs, etc.
· Assist with the development of power-point presentations and support other admin tasks
· Attend DC-based events/seminars on behalf of organization
· Provide support in preparation of conference calls, meetings, etc., including drafting meeting minutes
· Other duties as assigned
Are you eligible for an MNM internship?
To qualify for an MMV internship you must meet the following requirements:
· Working towards or hold a university degree (undergraduate, Master’s or PhD)
· Fluent in English
· Interested in global health/ international development issues
· Willing to think strategically, express ideas clearly both orally and in writing, and work independently and as part of a team.
HOW TO APPLY:
How to apply
This is a competitive program and candidates will be selected on merit. If you fulfill the above-mentioned criteria, please apply with the subject line “DC Summer 2016 internship – your first, last name” and sending the following materials (see below) to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A concise cover letter explaining why you would like to be considered