At Paper Airplanes, we value deliberate thinkers, innovative solutions, and diverse voices. Join us as an intern and help us grow! To complete an internship, you must be able to work for at least 10 hours a week for a minimum of 2 months. Internships are remote opportunities, but if you are in Amman, Jordan you will be directly supervised by Paper Airplanes' Managing Director.
To apply, please send your resume, a brief explanation of why you would like to intern with Paper Airplanes, and your availability to firstname.lastname@example.org
Paper Airplanes works with hundreds of volunteers and students. In order to keep track of our impact, we are developing a database. Interns assisting with this project will: migrate legacy flat files to data warehouse; create scripts to clean and validate data; build visualizations on top of new data sources; and create a web based data entry tool.
Student Opportunities Management
This internship is about making sure that scholarship opportunities and job opportunities are sent out to Paper Airplanes students as deadlines come up, so it is a key position. Interns will also be expected to research other relevant opportunities.
Asset mapping interns will research other organizations and programs in countries where Paper Airplanes has lots of students who provide complementary services (Ex. mental health counseling, clinics, legal aid). Interns could also work on developing a database or search functions that will enable staff and students to find the resources they need.
Partnership research interns will play a key role in Paper Airplanes growth by helping us identify different organizations and institutions that can help us recruit volunteer tutors. This is a great position for people looking to gain experience in community outreach.
Grant research and writing are a part of life at every non-profit. Learn about this key aspect of NGO work and help Paper Airplanes find grants to apply to, and help write and copyedit grants we are submitting for review.
Paper Airplanes is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be equally considered for employment regardless of race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.