This internship is being hosted by MIT Solve. Solve is an initiative of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with a mission to solve world challenges. During this internship you will receive guidance and programming from Solve in addition to your host organization.
Sisters of Code is the first female coding club in Cambodia, offering free training and empowering girls and young women to study technology. It is a non-profit educational program in Cambodia and this position would support the establishment of new partnerships for Sisters of Code with similar organisations in other countries, as well as development of a fundraising strategy and the execution of that strategy.
A successful intern would work remotely with clearly defined KPIs and objectives for the internship and would report to the founder of Sisters of Code, as well as work together with the project coordinator.
Sisters of Code is looking for a person with some marketing skills, as well as strong communication abilities, interested in social impact. We would like to see a team member who is passionate about gender equality and inclusion, and who wishes to become our ambassador with establishing meaningful partnerships and raising funds to open new possibilities for girls in Cambodia to get support and learning possibilities for digital skills development. Since we are based in South East Asia, our intern should be flexible and open-minded to accept differences in culture.
This is unfortunately an unpaid internship with a small social enterprise. While we are unable to pay you for your time, we hope this will be a fun and valuable experience to get an inside look into the work of social entrepreneurs and an organization that is making an impact on the world. This internship has a flexible start and end date, but would likely be over the summer with the possibility of extension.