Want to make your dissertation stand out and make yourself more employable? Conduct your primary/secondary research with an education based charity in West Africa or South Asia!
STREET CHILD is seeking applications from motivated individuals hoping to gain valuable experience in the development sector by undertaking a volunteer role in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Nepal or Sri Lanka.
As part of the role, we are offering a unique opportunity to students looking to explore the scope of their own dissertation projects. Use bespoke methodologies to conduct research on the ground for your dissertation, in collaboration with local partner organisations. In addition to this you will also have exclusive access to previous research by Street Child.
Some of the areas we work in include:
Livelihood/ family business support
Education in emergency (Nepal earthquake, Ebola in West Africa)
Girls’ education in marginalised communities
Education for children with disabilities
Teaching and learning
We are looking for candidates who are:
Studying towards a research degree in a relevant field
Professional and diligent in presentation with excellent written and verbal communication skills
Independent and capable of proactive work plan management with minimal support
Flexible and adaptable
Respectful of cultural differences and mindful of the position of a researcher
Keen interest in understanding and contributing to the development sector
This is a wonderful opportunity to gain CV enhancing skills while undertaking valuable research for your dissertation and making a real contribution to development work.
Accommodation will be provided by Street Child at a fixed cost, and could require sharing rooms with another volunteer of any gender. A detailed breakdown of costs and expenses will be provided for those applicants selected for interview. Flights are at the applicant’s own expense.
A fundraising commitment is required of the successful applicant for which support will be provided by Street Child UK.
Wie viele Helfer benötigt werden: 1
Angelegt am: 11.04.2018
Letzte Änderung am: 11.04.2018