Marketing and Management Volunteering and Internship
The Marketing and Management volunteering and internship program engages you to work and develop the host NGO operations in one of the fastest-developing African economies. Please bring in the skills and knowledge you have built during your time at university and apply them to real-world situations, engaging abilities such as problem-solving, teamwork, organisation, and creativity to make real change. In this program, you will be able to focus on your preferred area of business-related topics, including event planning, project management, digital marketing, local enterprise assistance, management of daily operations, human resources, and budgeting and accounting. You will be allocated tasks and responsibilities by team leaders and focus on individual or group projects to improve NGO operations or local business. You will also assist in the marketing of the NGO through social media content creation. Work in an exciting and encouraging environment to improve yourself and the community you will become part of. Contact us for more information.
We have a powerful Social Media program; our Facebook page has 37k+ followers and up to 200-400k monthly reach. Our Social Media is a powerful advocative tool. Tasks include website development and blog writing, social media content creation including photography and video production, google analytics and SEO market research, marketing plan development, and safari and tours promotion.
Become an NGO team leader on the compound. Monitor interns’ weekly plans and reports of other interns. Solve human resource-related issues, and assist in project management teams. Develop long-term goals and new approaches to problems. Organise team meetings, and assist in NGO financing and accounting. Assist in grant application work.
Local enterprise assistance
Help build entrepreneurial skills for local businesswomen such as basic accounting, organisation, and marketing, give advice and support their growth. Organise workshops and visit small businesses in the area, as well as more tribal communities further afield that are beginning to develop small enterprises. Meet the inspiring women behind the Women groups.