The UNICEF Internship Program for 2023-24 is now available to individuals worldwide who wish to develop their knowledge and improve their abilities. This opportunity is fully funded and accessible to undergraduate, masters, and PhD students.
UNICEF is an excellent starting point for launching your career. The program is open to candidates from all countries, and UNICEF operates in over 190 nations, collaborating with United Nations organizations based in New York. Additionally, individuals may apply for the KAUST International Internship in Saudi Arabia.
Students globally can apply for UNICEF internships. Anyone over 18 can apply. Eligibility requires current enrollment in undergrad, PhD programs, or graduation within 2 years. Applying is free.
UNICEF pays monthly stipend and travel expenses for the paid internship program. All expenses are covered, including remote internships.
The UNICEF Internship Program provides students and recent graduates with practical experience of UNICEF’s operations worldwide. Internships are available globally. When a UNICEF office needs an intern, they post the position on our website, and all eligible applicants may apply.
Our vacancies list displays the currently available positions.
Complete Overview of UNICEF Internship Program 2023
- Organization: UNICEF
- Course Fee: Free
- Duration: 6-26 weeks
- For: Undergrad/Grad/PhD
- Mode: Online
- Eligibility: Any
- Deadline: None
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Financial support provided by the UNICEF Internship Program for Young Graduates
- A monthly stipend is given by UNICEF to all interns in the program.
- UNICEF or a partner institution covers some of the living expenses for the intern.
- The program also offers a one-time lump sum payment for travel expenses.
- The payment can be used to cover visa fees and other related expenses.
- The amount of the stipend and lump sum payment may vary depending on the location.
- The financial benefits are designed to support interns who may have limited resources.
- Financial support helps ensure that talented young individuals can participate in the program.
- Financial support allows interns to focus on gaining valuable experience and knowledge during their internship.
- Only international undergraduate and graduate students can apply for UNICEF internships.
- Applicants should be enrolled or have recently completed a degree program.
- Proficiency in one of UNICEF’s working languages (English, French, Spanish) is required.
- Recent academic performance must demonstrate a strong academic record.
- Immediate relatives cannot be working with UNICEF.
- The reporting chain of command should not include any family members.
- Applicants must be at least 18 years old.
- The application process is open to all nationalities and ethnicities.
- There is no application fee charged by UNICEF for the internship program.
- UNICEF internships may be done remotely or on-site, depending on the position.
About Application Dates
- UNICEF Internship Programs have different application deadlines.
- The programs are open for applications throughout the year.
- Students can enroll in the programs at any time.
- The current Internship Opportunities are available for students to apply.
- Applicants should select their preferred Internship Program to apply for.
- It is important to check the deadline for the selected program.
- Late applications may not be considered.
- The application process can take some time, so applicants should apply as soon as possible.
- Applicants should ensure they have all the required documents and information before applying.
- UNICEF recommends that applicants apply well in advance of the program start date.
How to Apply
- Visit the UNICEF Vacancies Page: https://www.unicef.org/careers/internships.
- Choose “Internship” under Contact Type.
- Select “Internship” under Position Level to view available internships.
- Review the requirements for the desired internship.
- Fill out an Online Recruitment Profile on the website.
- Prepare a CV/Resume that showcases your skills and qualifications.
- Craft a compelling Cover Letter explaining why you are the right fit for the internship.
- Submit your application materials via email as instructed.
- Follow up on your application if you don’t hear back within a reasonable time frame.
- Keep track of application deadlines for each internship you are interested in.