Good news! Applications from the Center for Human Rights Multiculturalism and Migration Internship are currently open. In this article we will explain in detail about CHRM2, its benefits and the step-by-step process.
The Center for Human Rights Multiculturalism and Migration (CHRM2) Internship is a paid opportunity for foreign students at the University of Jember, Indonesia. The internship period is a minimum of 1 month and a maximum of 12 months. CHRM2 Internship will reward work experience, free accommodation, monthly living expenses and cultural experience.
Their vision is to expand the capacity of the University of June to become a leading, global university focused on Southeast Asia. Through intensive research and collaboration, their institution seeks to change the way they think about accessing information in this fast-paced world; information that meets the objectives of justice and human rights standards.
Summary of CHRM2 Internship
Institutions (institutions): Center for Multilingual Rights and Internal Migration (CHRM2), University of Jember
Location: Jember, Indonesia
Areas of internal focus: human rights, multiculturalism, migration
Duration: Three months. There are options to add a position for one year.
Deadline: You can apply for a place at any time throughout the year and can prove your availability. Your application will then be reviewed by CERN experts and if successful, you will be contacted by the program coordinator. Please note that we only have a few locations for this program.
Also see: OPEC Fund for International Development Internship
Benefits of CHRM2 Internship
Volunteers or an Opportunity to Learn in Indonesia with CHRM2 covers:
Rewarding work experience.
Assistance in arranging a visa.
Monthly living wage.
Local city travel bike.
Cultural experience (a weekend trip around East Java, Indonesia).
The following items are not covered:
CHRM2 Internship Qualifications Term
Applicants must complete the following Volunteer or Internship Opportunity options in Indonesia with CHRM2:
Required Languages: You must be a native English speaker. Fluency in English (should provide proof of English writing skills. TOEFL / IELTS schools are not required but may be a means of proof). Indonesian language is not required but inclusive (language study opportunities at the University of Jember).
Eligible countries: All countries of the world
Undergraduate or master’s degree (or equivalent job).
An educational or career history that reflects an interest in human rights, multiculturalism, and / or migration.
Commitment and Leadership.
Initiative & Negative.
How to apply for a CHRM2 Internship?
Please follow the instructions for applying for a Volunteer or Learner’s Career in Indonesia with CHRM2:
Prepare required documents:
CV or Resume
A Short Personal Statement (written in English, 500 capital letters), should reflect your desire to commit to CHRM2 and your interest in the position.
Evidence for English language training for non-native speakers (Formal examination schools or short sample writing).
Extra items may be delivered but not required.
Send your completed application to CHRM2 email@example.com.
Note: If you email them to ask a question or submit your request, write the following headline:
Application Title Line: Enter Name_
Questionnaire Line: Position Investigation _ Name
To learn more about Volunteer or Indonesian Opportunity in CHRM2, please visit the official website
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