Open to: youth people with excellent verbal and written communication skills
Internship: lodging and 150 $ per month are provided
The Hebron Youth Development Resource Center (YDRC) is a space for Palestinian youth to develop their skills in different areas, engage with their peers, and become active members of their communities. Located in Hebron-Palestine, the YDRC offers a diverse range of youth programming, designed to empower youth and help them realize their leadership potential. The Hebron YDRC was established in the Palestinian Child’s Home Club (PCHC), a sports and cultural organization that has worked to build a culture of peace and respect for human rights since 1996. The YDRC model has helped expand programming at the club, and today the center has grown into an indispensable resource platform for youth.
The programming offered through the YDRC, coupled with continued sports and cultural opportunities, is helping to create a foundation of leaders to build a stronger community in the Hebron area. The YDRC serves as a hub for youth throughout the southern West Bank, as it is also linked with a network of eight affiliated youth clubs in the area.
Hebron YDRC has internships available in various departments throughout the year that provide interns with experience through working in a real work space. Hebron YDRC will provide Interns with Lodging, please click here to view our premises and venues.
The Hebron YDRC is currently looking for interns to assist in PR, Fundraising and Reporting. Duties may include:
- Editing of all English-language reporting and communication material, to ensure accuracy and consistency with quality standards;
- Assist in organizing events and oversee logistics, fundraising, and PR events, including invites, venue, materials, presentations and press coverage;
- Work closely with the different YDRC departments to help craft and implement communications and fundraising strategy, coordinate publicity and maintain consistency in organizational messaging;
- Responsible for proposal management, including researching funding opportunities, and writing proposals for timely submission;
- Prepare and update a database of potential donors, including requirements and funding opportunities; register with available donors, apply for available pre-qualifications opportunities;
- Establish guidelines for best practices in grant applications / proposal submission to be used by management for reference.
An applicant must be
- Be available to work 30–40 hours per week during the regular business hours;
- Have excellent verbal and written communication skills;
- Have a strong desire to make a difference and impact for the Palestinian community.
- Be self-motivated and organized.
Hebron YDRC accepts applications throughout the year. However, the minimum internship period is two months. Hebron YDRC will provide Interns with lodging and a monthly 150$ stipend.
How to Apply?
Interested candidates are requested to make contact at: [email protected] to begin working on the application form, Please attach your up-to-date resume and a cover letter in your email.