Art in Tanzania commonly has 15-40 students from around the world, from over 400 universities that we co-operate with and who represent a variety of professions. Our NGO management internship encourages students to bring and develop leadership and organisation skills to help coordinate and manage our operations. You are responsible for addressing students’ weekly plans and reports, assisting with budgets and accounts, developing ongoing community programs, and initiating new approaches. You will gain incredible experience working on a broad range of African NGO duties, sometimes in conditions where capacitation is limited. You will need to be resourceful and have a problem-solving attitude. As an NGO management intern, you will also play an active role in all projects undertaken by supporting interns with any queries they may face, coordinating different departments to achieve shared goals, and holding team meetings to brainstorm ideas. Join the NGO management internship to work, lead, and grow, to help create real change in Tanzania, and to make memories that will last a lifetime.
Be a part of all ongoing projects, learn about what is happening on the compound, solve interns’ problems, organise departments to work together, help in education, environmental projects etc., and help new interns with their projects.
NGO Daily management
Become a team leader on the compound, monitor weekly reports of other interns from various professions, solve human resource-related issues, assist in project management of teams, develop long-term goals and new approaches to problems, organise team meetings, and assist in NGO financing and accounting.