As a small charity operating in many countries around the world, we are always looking for individuals who are willing to help out with any of the below activities at our HQ just off Portobello Road in London, UK. Remote roles may also be available – so please get in touch with us.
We need people with admin/office experience and ideally also experience in any of the following: fundraising, education, research, advertising and marketing, impact measurement, finance and translation (any languages!). We are also particularly keen to work with people with technical skills, e.g: in graphic design/videography/content creation/web design/editing.
As a Volunteer: You will need to be able to commit to a consistent number of hours per week, with complete flexibility as to when these are. Please get in touch to discuss further.
As an Intern: You will need to be able to commit for at least 2-3 days a week for two months or full time for a month.
These roles are unpaid, but travel and lunch expenses will be reimbursed. To find out more about volunteering/interning or to register your interest, please email email@example.com. If relevant, please attach your CV and an indication of your areas of experience/expertise
Leslee Udwin’s blog ‘From an Education of Indifference to an Education of Caring’ featured on IDB Education Portal
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Doha, May 5th 2020 - WISE, an initiative of Qatar Foundation, selected Think Equal among the finalists for the 2020 WISE Awards, for their innovative and impactful approaches to today’s most urgent education challenges. Each year, the WISE Awards recognize and...
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