Country
Swaziland
Employment Type
Intern
Contract Length
2-4 Weeks 1-3 Months 3-6 Months
Compensation
Unpaid
Non Profit
No
Industry
Business Economics Finance

Job Description

As a microfinance intern, you will help design a marketing workshop, educational sessions and develop an evaluation system to award new microloans. You will also continue the learning with the awardees and help them advance in their business endeavours.

During this internship, you will work in community-based facilities set up to keep children stay in school longer, do better in school and hopefully influence their lives as adults. They cater to vulnerable and orphaned children.

The company we work with has recently received funding to support a microfinance initiative so interns are needed in the initial development stage of the project.

Why intern with us?
-Develop your understanding of microfinance and microloans in an African context
-To contribute to local efforts to improve the prospects of a local community

Qualifications

  • Interns are expected to bring some knowledge and/or experience in the area they are working in
  • Interns are also expected to take on more responsibility and to create their own goals and seek activities to be involved in or lead.