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Thank you for your interest in being involved with Child Rights Connect. Our interns, consultants and volunteers contribute a great deal to our work and their involvement is always much appreciated. Please read below to learn more about how you can be involved and get hands-on experience as part of our team.
Child Rights Connect offers 6-month internships, during which time, intern staff take an active part in the work of the organisation.
We are not currently accepting applications at this time. Please check back in the fall for our January - June 2014 internship openings.
**PLEASE NOTE** With effect in January 2013, the city of Geneva has amended its law and policy such that only those with a valid work or student permit for Switzerland can be considered for internship positions. Non-Swiss citizens can be issued a short-term work permit only with the proven financial support of a guarantor, who must be resident in Switzerland. Only those who meet the above requirements can be considered for an internship.
Child Rights Connect works in an international environment, often producing publications and/or short written pieces in the official languages of the CRC Committee (English, French and Spanish) as well as the other official UN languages (Chinese, Russian and Arabic).
If you are looking for an opportunity to develop your translation skills in any of the aforementioned languages, we would be happy to discuss possible opportunities. For further information, please contact Child Rights Connect by email, putting 'Volunteer Translator' in the subject line.
JOB OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSULTANCIES
Job opportunities and consultancies with Child Rights Connect are posted on this website. We do not respond to spontaneous applications.
There are no current vacancies at this time.