Wellesley Internships in Africa and India. CWS Identified Internships. What are the internship opportunities in India and Africa?. The goal of the internships is to expose students to developing countries and prepare them for lives in a global and interdependent world.
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CWS Identified Internships
The goal of the internships is to expose students to developing countries and prepare them for lives in a global and interdependent world.
Deep knowledge of Africa or India and fluency in local languages is not always required, however a demonstrated interest is necessary. Please see specific site descriptions for details
The CWS offers the Internship programs in the following cities:
Students will undertake ten-week summer internships in programs that foster students’ connections to the global community, and encourage global leadership skills and activities.
These community development-based projects will enable students to encounter the diversity, creative dynamism, and humanity existing throughout the world.
In 2009, Anchor Point internship placements are available in Douala, Cameroon, and in Cape Verde, to students from a variety of academic backgrounds.
CWS Identified Internship recipients will receive:
If you accept a CWS Identified Internship you are required to:
The application is a
four step process:
Wellesley in Africa
Aga Khan Educational Service Uganda
Center for Cross Cultural Learning, Rabat Morocco
Anchor Point Internships in Global Leadership
Cape Verde Women’s Organization (OMCV)
Praia, Cape Verde
Wellesley in India
Aga Khan Educational Services (AKES) (2)
Gandhian Institute Trust
Bal Ashram (Children’s Ashram)