United Against Indigenous Child-Trafficking Organization seek committed, talented, and passionate individual (s) globally who can bring ideas , innovative and creative thinking that contribute to our organization's capacity to serve the
objectives of our organization. Applications are encouraged from all qualified applicants globally. United Against Indigenous Child-Trafficking Organization has zero tolerance to distinction on grounds of age, religion, race, colour, sex,
national origin, and gender identity disability, sexual orientation. We offer eligible young graduates and students the opportunity and privilege to gain experience in the humanitarian and child protection areas in both national an
international environments, in line with United Against Indigenous Child-Trafficking Organization's field related mission. Internships are offered at various locations depending on the needs of our organization.
HOW TO BECOME AN INTERN
Applicants should meet with the following eligibility criteria in order to be considered for an intern:
Recent graduate who have completed at least three years of undergraduate studies in a field relevant or of interest to the work of the Organization and current student or an undergraduate / graduate who has completed their studies within one-year at the time of application at post high school education, or College, or University school programme facility accredited by the Ministry of Education of the issued country and UNESCO.