PeerCorps is actively involved in encouraging young professionals to pursue challenging and rewarding careers in international development and public health. To this end we annually host a number of international interns Tanzania and abroad with partner organizations via the PeerCorps Network. These interns assist with ongoing activities while getting hands on practical work experience in the everyday work of a community based organization. These internships are non-salaried and most students obtain some type of grant or scholarship from their host institutions or grant agencies to cover their living expenses. Some grant funded projects may have additional monies which can be used to subsidize onsite activities such as transportation and meals during field days.
To be considered for an internship you are required to complete a pre-application form. Once this form has been submitted you will receive a response from the internship organizer within a week concerning your eligibility and available posts. For more information about application materials please contact the International Project Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org