This internship aims to facilitate capacity building of local professionals and knowledge exchange with students from around the world who participate in the MSc ESD and will visit Freetown from 26 April until 8 May 2019. Interns will provide a crucial link between MSc students and the local communities of the below seven informal settlements during the students' visit.• Cockle Bay• Crab Town, Kolleh Town and Gray Bush (CKG)• Dworzark• Susan’s Bay• Moyiba• Portee-Rokupa• Colbot
SLURC is looking to select 7 interns who will have to be reliable, punctual, with good interpersonal skills and available for a minimum of seven working days during the period of 26 April to 8 May 2019 (inclusive).
Candidates who complete the internship will receive a certificate issued by the DPU (UCL) which confirms their participation in the project, as well as reimbursements for transport and food during fieldwork days.
More information about the internship and applicant requirements can be found on the SLURC website at www.slurc.org. If you have any queries, please contact Braima Koroma (Director of Research and Training) at email@example.com or Andrea Klingel (Director of Operations) at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 079 995 463.
The deadline for applications is 28 February and successful candidates will be informed by 22 March 2019.