ABA ROLI Africa Division Spring Internship (Unpaid Internship)

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ABA ROLI Africa Division Spring Internship (Unpaid Internship)

The American Bar Association (“ABA”) has an opportunity for an unpaid intern to gain valuable experience while contributing to the important work of the ABA. The details of the unpaid internship opportunity are as follows:

ABA Department/Section/Entity: ABA ROLI Africa Division

Reports to: Sebastian Albuja, Director, Africa Division

Work Location: Remote/telework (U.S. locations only).

Duration of Internship: twelve (12) weeks If your academic institution or relevant program requires a different duration, please make note of such requirement in your cover letter and provide any supporting documentation for the ABA to consider.

Hours per week: 20 to 30 hours, flexible. If your academic institution or relevant program requires a different hourly requirement, please make note of such requirement in your cover letter and provide any supporting documentation for the ABA to consider.

Unpaid: This is an unpaid internship. Participation in the internship is not an offer of employment, and successful completion of the internship program does not entitle the selected intern to an employment offer from the ABA.

Number of Unpaid Intern Opportunities Available: 1

Description of Internship Opportunity: The ABA ROLI Africa Division seeks a Spring intern to assist on several aspects of our work across the Africa Region. Main areas of engagement include: provide support to Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) processes and functions, including data review, clean up, and support to field staff as needed; familiarity with M&E is desirable. Support Africa Division field teams with drafting and reviewing social media and blog posts related to ongoing project activities or key project learnings. Support logistics for activities that occur virtually, for example, putting together event agendas, setting up the platform, sending invites, among others. .

Eligibility: Candidates must be 18 years old or older and:

• currently enrolled in (or in a deferred enrollment/gap year status recognized by) a post-secondary academic institution (i.e. undergraduate, graduate) and in a program/area of study directly related to the purpose of the internship program; or

• a recent (i.e. up to one (1) year) graduate of a post-secondary academic institution (i.e. undergraduate, graduate) with a degree in a program/area of study directly related to the purpose of the internship program.

Relevant Program/Area of Study:

• Africa rule of law programs; governance; human rights

Additional Desired Qualifications:

• Experience and/or knowledge of Monitoring and Evaluation is desired

• Experience or interest in the Africa region is desired

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