Invitations are open for the Food Prize Foundation’s George Washington Carver Internship. Successful candidates bear a profound academic background, a solid assignment ethic, ability for analytical thinking, stainless interest according to detail and excellent oral and written conversation skills. George Washington Carver (GWC) Interns study first-hand each the populace or personal aspect about running a global non-profit business enterprise and make bigger their understanding about the global fight against hunger, malnutrition, or poverty. All select interns share a dedication to satisfying The World Food Prize Foundation’s motive over inspiring and recognizing contributions to ethnical development via increasing the quality, quantity, or arrival concerning food in the world. The World Food Prize Foundation’s George Washington Carver Internship into the United States is an absolute professional opportunity for students involved in international issues of hunger, poverty, and then improvement among Des Moines, Iowa.
Working one-on-one along a judgment mentor, GWC Interns end up a quintessential piece of that internationally renowned employer and interact with World Food Prize Laureates, government officials, worldwide specialists of art and agriculture, leaders of industry and business, and contributors over local and national media. GWC Interns appear beyond a variety over educational disciplines and internship roles pleasure keep specialized according in accordance with an individual’s background, skills, then vicinity regarding interest.
They are passionate and bendy learners, capable about both taking course yet working independently.
HOST COUNTRY: United States of America
HOST ORGANISATION: The World Food Prize Foundation
INTERNSHIP LOCATION: Des Moines
While a minimal commitment on 12 hours care of week within the hours among 9-5pm Monday through Friday is required, the program presents facility for every intern’s schedule, and some interns pick out to work whole time. While start and give up dates are additionally flexible, a minimum commitment of three months is required.
Each tutorial semester and summer, a choose crew on exceptionally certified undergraduate then graduate students is elect for it special program, which presents interns together with the opportunity to bust full-size accountability and initiative into planning and holding oversea a vast measure of the Foundation’s projects in the following areas:
- Awards & Lectures Management
- Communications & Public Relations
- Community Relations & Grassroots Efforts
- Event Planning (Fall Semester)
- Graphic Design
- Symposium Planning & Logistic
- Youth Programming & Education
HOW TO APPLY
Please use the online application for the George Washington Carver Internship. Your application materials should include you’re:
- Student Information Form
- Cover letter: The cover letter should include the following:
- An explanation as to why you would like to participate in the George Washington Carver Internship Program
- To which semester you are applying
- A sample of Work (if applicable).
- SPRING SEMESTER – October 25
- SUMMER SEMESTER – March 3
- FALL SEMESTER – Rolling