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You need to fulfil the following conditions in order to be eligible for an internship:


. Be enrolled in, or have just graduated from, an undergraduate, graduate, or PhD program. Know at least one of the three working languages used by UNICEF: English, French, or Spanish. Internship It can also be necessary for you to be fluent in the working language of the company you are applying to. Possess outstanding academic proficiency, as evidenced by most current university or educational records. Have no blood relations working for UNICEF, such as your mother, father, sister, or brother. Have no additional family members in your reporting chain of command. Age of at least eighteen. Any professional experience that is pertinent to the position you are looking for will be given more weight.


All of our interns are eligible for a stipend from UNICEF or a cooperating organization as a contribution toward living costs. When funds are available, a one-time lump payment may also be given as a donation toward the cost of travel and visas.