23. November 2018

AMANDLA sucht ein*en Praktikant*in im Bereich Sports4Good

Standort: Berlin I Start: 01.02.2019 I Dauer: 3 bis 6 Monate.


AMANDLA is an international Non-Profit Organisation that has a base in both South Africa and Germany. AMANDLA’s mission is to create safe spaces that bring together the power of football and learning to empower youth and change lives.

For more information visit: www.safe-hub.org

Your tasks:

AMANDLA is currently in the process of implementing its Safe-Hub model in Germany. To support this process AMANDLA is looking to recruit an Intern to assist the management in the office in Berlin in the areas of programme development, public relations, fundraising and grant Administration.

The Intern will mainly be responsible to assist the management in the organization of workshops and in the development of content regarding the educational football programmes at the Safe-Hub. Additionally, the Intern will support the marketing and communications department by helping to manage the organisation’s social media platforms as well as assisting in fundraising and grant proposals.

That’s what distinguishes you:

•Student with a background in education, sport science, political or social science background
•Proficient in English and German
•Advanced computer literacy and knowledge of Microsoft Office
•Knowledge of Monitoring&Evaluation is a plus
•Experience in either football training or playing is an advantage
•Strong writing abilities in both English and German
•Good planning and organisational skills
•Effective communication skills, good team working skills
•Strong administrative abilities
•Keen interest in the sector and a desire to improve the lives of young people

If you are interested in working with a young, ambitious and fun team, kindly submit your Curriculum Vitae (maximum 4 pages) and a short motivational letter (maximum 1 page) to: srna@edufootball.org. Please note that you can submit you application in either German or English.

We welcome applications from people with diverse backgrounds and minority groups.