Project Child Indonesia’s Internship Program provides an opportunity to combine your education with hands-on work experience in our specialized field; Practical Health, Environment and Disaster Education, Creating a Holistic Learning Experience, Technology Education, and Volunteer Engagement. The Internship Program provides opportunities for anyone who is interested to join our Program Team, Research Team, Human Capital Team, Media & IT Team, or Partnership Team.
How it Works
Online Registration > 2. Interview & Training > 3. Start The Internship
Regular & Non Regular Program
Regular Internship Program
Interns typically work at Project Child Indonesia for 1 to 12 months. It varies on the intern’s position and period of internship program proposed. Project Child’s regular internship program is conducted for 6 months consist a number of fixed positions with a permanent job description in a predetermined time period.
Internship Period :
January – June
July – December
Non Regular Internship Program
Beside regular internship program, We are also providing non regular internship program which has duration flexibility based on demand. The objective of non regular internship program is to provide a learning platform to students or fresh graduates that could only contribute for limited amount of time.
Internship Period :
Based on request
Registration : January 2020
Non Regular Program
Based on Request
Assisting program manager to organize and create operational activities of PCI’s programs in our partner communities.
Teaching Learning Assessor
Assisting teaching facilitators to prepare and execute teaching process in the classroom of the program.
Community Engagement Coordinator
Assisting community to establish community development.
Establishing research on the program.
Organizing human capital events.
Human Capital Content Writer
Providing internship & volunteering content for PCI social media.
Media & IT Department
Providing image-based content to be used in all of PCI needs.
Providing video-based content to be used in all of PCI needs.
Providing content for PCI social media.
Social Media Admin
Managing PCI social media accounts and its resources.
Creating graphic content for PCI needs.
Program Partnership Department
Seeking donations and financial partnerships opportunities for PCI.
Project Based Intern
You can propose your own project for your internship program. Applicable & Relevant project proposed has bigger opportunity to be accepted.
Requirement & Working Hours
Requirement & Working Hours
20 hours per week
Monday – Thursday : Working in the office/ Program site
Friday : Working remotely
You’re required to submit weekly & monthly report during the internship period
Open to university students, recent graduates, and young professionals.
Strong communication abilities and organizational skills.
Proactive, self-driven, resourceful, and humble individuals with a willingness to learn.
Previous work experience is not required, however, experience in the field of teaching and experience working with schoolchildren is considered an asset.
Ability to work effectively as part of a team.
Ability to work in a multicultural people of different national and cultural background.
Also please bear in mind that:
PCI’s interns are not entitled to any monetary remuneration. All costs related to travel, insurance, accommodation and living expenses must be provided by either the interns or their sponsoring institutions.
The interns are responsible for obtaining the necessary visas and for arranging their travel.
PCI’s Internship Program provides many opportunities for young people who are inspired by the ideas and works of PCI to gain more practiced skills by working on PCI’s projects. This program is open for all who are eager and excited to work voluntarily and want to directly manage PCI’s projects. The projects themselves are designed to provide the children, as our main target groups, many opportunities to improve their learning capacity. By participating as an intern in PCI you will gain more skills and improve them, these skills such as confidence, communication, responsibility, teamwork, building innovations, and also:
Recommendation Letter (by request)
Involving in hands-on projects.
Experience to work in international atmosphere.
Practical work assignments.
Getting an opportunity to make substantive contributions to an NGO’s work.
Learning more about project management.
Attend various events and meet new contacts as you represent PCI in various projects.
Register Non Regular Program
Click this link below, and fill out the form.
You’ll be required to provide your recent CV(pdf) & Profile Picture(Image).