UNICEF Summer Internships Help Your Students Do Good for the Children of Ukraine
This is the time of year when students are looking for summer internships. This year, many students are also hoping to help the people of Ukraine at this time of extreme need.
In today’s brief article, we would like to tell you that UNICEF is currently accepting applications for this summer’s internship positions.
Internships are available to students who are . . .
- at least 18 years old
- enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, or Ph.D. program or who have graduated within the last two years
- proficient in English, French, or Spanish
- have a strong academic record
Other requirements may apply. To learn more, visit the UNICEF Internship Site.
Your Students Are Invited to Explore Their College & Career Options with Us . . .
Students who participate in the National Career & College Pathway Study will gain new insights about making educational decisions that align with their interests, passions, and aptitudes. Participants will receive information on college and career opportunities that match their interests.
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