Internship opportunity.- BeadforLife


BeadforLife/Street Business School is inviting Applications for internship from qualified individuals to support its various operations in Kampala – Uganda Office.

Job title: 
Internship opportunity


This is an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on design experience working with our highly motivated teams to gain an understanding of the different organization operations hence developing your skills in line with your career aspiration. It is also a chance to support the achievement of Organization goal of igniting the potential of 1 million women to come out of poverty through the Street Business School entrepreneurial training program.

The Internship arrangement shall be for a period of 02 months (July/Aug 2018) with a possibility for future longer term engagement as and when need may be established. The interns shall among others be exposed and oriented to the below different areas of our daily operations;

o Business skills training support and field work
o Procurement and operational logistics support
o Products/jewelry design and construction support
o Finance support
o Organization culture

Our ideal candidate is someone with;
o High level of integrity
o Flexibility and reliability
o Desire to making a difference to lives of members we serve
o Strong command of spoken and written English
o Intermediate to advance knowledge of computer skills
o Graduate level education in entrepreneurship/business/Art& Design/procurement or social related field
o Ability to learn
o Respect for diversity

At BeadforLife we value all of our interns and go the extra mile to make sure you receive a learning experience that fits your career goals. Transport facilitation as well as lunch shall be provided on work days.

Contact/How to apply: 

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to not later than 15th June 2018 at 4.00pm. Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted.

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