The UNICEF Internship Programme provides recent graduates and students from a range of academic backgrounds with the chance to complete international internship opportunities with UNICEF.
Interns at UNICEF benefit from meaningful internship experiences that will advance their academic, professional, and personal development and hands-on learning opportunities in the humanitarian sector.
UNICEF Internships Requirements
If your profile satisfies the following criteria, it might be a suitable fit:
- Eighteen years old or older.
- You are enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, or PhD program or recently received your degree.
- Fluency in at least one of the three official languages of UNICEF: English, French, or Spanish. It can also be necessary for you to speak the working language of the company you are applying to.
- Do not have any relatives in your direct reporting chain of authority, such as your mother, father, sister, or brother, working for UNICEF.
- Display high academic achievement and drive.
- Any professional expertise you have that is pertinent to the position you are looking for will receive more weight.
UNICEF Internships benefit
Students and recent graduates have the opportunity to obtain first-hand practical work experience through our internship program.
- Duration: An internship typically lasts between six and twenty-six weeks. Part-time or full-time internships are also options.
- Expenses we cover: Interns get a monthly stipend from UNICEF. When funds are available, a one-time lump payment may also be given as a donation towards the cost of travel and visas.
- Visa: If required, UNICEF will provide pertinent documentation to support our visa applications.
Unicef Internship Application
Interesting applicants for Unicef Internship Application Process should click the UNICEF Internship 2023 application to