Praktikum in Afrika - Ägypten, Ghana, Kenia, Nigeria
Hier findet Ihr Adressen für ein Auslandspraktikum in Afrika.
- AFRICARE INTERNSHIP ( Auslandspraktikum ). South African/Namibian students seeking experience in
U.S. private or public sector employee. Contact: South Africa Career Development
Internship ( Auslandspraktikum ) Program, AFRICARE, 440 R Street, NW Washington, D.C. 20001 (202)
- AFRICARE. Recruits employees for a variety of positions in non-profit work.
BA/BS, 3 years experience, language proficiency, job specific. Contact: Director
of Management Services, AFRICARE, 440 R Street, NW Washington, D.C. 20001 (202)
- CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES. Contact: Recruitment Manager, Catholic Relief
Services, 209 West Fayette Street, Baltimore, MD 21201.
- COCA COLA COMPANY. Tanzanian, Ugandan or Ethiopian business or engineering
graduate students interested in doing a summer internship ( Auslandspraktikum ) in their home country,
fax a one-page resume to, Contact: Monica Simpson Coca Cola Company Fax
- COORDINATING COMMITTEE FOR INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER SERVICE. Coordinates
workcamps and other activities of voluntary service organizations. College
student oriented. Contact: Coordinating Committee for International Volunteer
Service, Maison de l'UNESCO 1 rue Miollis 75015 Paris, France (33)
- EARTHWATCH. Volunteer 2-3 week program for people over age 18 who assist
scientists in field research. Currently operating in 9 African countries: Kenya,
Zimbabwe, Uganda, Cameroon, Botswana, Tanzania, Namibia, Madagascar and Morocco.
Project proposals (2-page outline, dates, budget, and plans for use of
volunteers) may also be submitted to the Center for Field Research. Contact:
Earthwatch Headquarters 680 Mt. Auburn Street, P.O. Box 403 Watertown, MA 02272
(617) 926-8200; (800) 776-0188.
- FOUNDATION FOR FIELD RESEARCH. Participants assist scientists on research
projects worldwide. Current African project is in Mali. Program length varies.
Scholarships available. Contact: Foundation for Field Research P.O. Box 2010
Alpine, CA 91903-2010 (619) 445-9264.
- GLOBAL VOLUNTEERS. Short-term volunteers live/work in rural village.
Contact: 1 (800) 487-1074.
- INSTITUTE OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS. Work camps in Machakos, Kenya. Contact: ICA
206 East Fourth St., New York, NY 10009 (212) 475-5020.
- INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT. Work camp programs
currently offered in Mozambique (tree planting) and Angola (street child school)
for 12 months, and Namibia. 5-6 months are spent internationally, 6-7 months are
spent in preparation and follow-up to the international experience. Fee for 1992
program was $4,300. Contact: Institute for International Cooperation and
Development, P.O. Box 103 Williamstown, MA 01267 (413) 458-9828; (413) 268-9229.
- INTERCRISTO. A Christian Placement Network Program designed to match
individuals with international Christian work opportunities in their vocational
field. Contact: Intercristo 19303 Freemont Ave. North Seattle, WA 98133 (206)
- INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE EXCHANGE OF STUDENTS FOR TECHNICAL
EXPERIENCE. Foreign on-the-job training opportunities in Lesotho and Sudan for
university students in engineering, architecture, agriculture, mathematics and
the sciences. Locations vary from year to year. Contact: International Assoc.
for Student Exchange for Tech. Experience 10 Corporate Center, Suite 250 10400
Little Patuxent Parkway Columbia, MD 21044-3510 (301) 997-2200.
- INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS (AIESEC).
International internship ( Auslandspraktikum ) program in Cameroon, Cote d'Ivoire, Egypt, Ghana,
Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Togo, Tunisia and
Zimbabwe for university students affiliated with an AIESEC local chapter who are
studying economics or business. Contact: International Assoc. of Students of
Economics and Business 841 Broadway #608 New York, NY 10003 (212) 757-3774.
- INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN YOUTH EXCHANGE (ICYE-US). Exchange program,
workcamps experience and year-abroad high school study in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria,
and Sierra Leone. ICYE provides living arrangements with a host family, in the
institution where a volunteer is placed or with other exchangees. Fee covers
international travel, administrative expenses, insurance and orientation
conference. Contact: ICYE - U.S. National Office, Workcamp-Study Tour Programs,
134 West 26th St., New York, NY 10001 (212) 206-7307 Fax (212) 633-9085.
- INTERNATIONAL EXECUTIVE SERVICE CORPS. IESC assigns highly experienced
volunteer U.S. executives and technical advisors (most of them recently retired)
to requesting organizations according to area of expertise. Contact:
International Executive Service Corps, 8 Stamford Forum Stamford, CT 06904-2005
- INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATION AND SELF-HELP (IFESH). IFESH offers
9-month fellowship field study opportunities for graduate students. Fellows are
expected to lend skills and expertise to grassroots, self-help programs and are
provided with stipends, living allowances, health insurance and transportation.
Academic credit depending on institution. Tuskegee University, the lead
institution for the program, is responsible for predeparture orientations.
Countries with programs include Tanzania, Central African Republic, Swaziland,
Cote d'Ivoire, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, Niger, Guinea, Ethiopia,
Cameroon, Botswana and Zaire. Contact: International Foundation for Education
and Self-Help, 5040 East Shea Blvd., Suite 260 Phoenix, AZ 85254-4610 (602)
- INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTARY SERVICE. IVS places individuals with development
experience, especially in business, agriculture, health and management.
Volunteers receive a monthly stipend, plus living expenses, vacation allowances,
transportation and insurance. Assignments are for two years. Contact:
Recruitment Director, IVS Inc., Suite 504, 1424 Sixteenth St., NW, Washington,
D.C. 20036 (202) 387-5533.
- NACEL. Summer Programs in Ivory Coast. Contact: NACEL, Board of Trade
Building #528, 301 W. First St., Duluth, MN 55802 (218) 727-8202.
- NCSS. Study/Tour to Kenya. Contact: M. Eugene Gilliom, Social Studies and
Global Education, College of Education, Ohio State University, 249 Arps Hall,
1945 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43210 (614) 292-2575.
- NEW/FOURTH WORLD MOVEMENT. The Movement's 2-year volunteers run educational
and cultural projects in partnership with disadvantaged communities. Two-month
internship ( Auslandspraktikum ) in U.S. headquarters is required prior to overseas placement.
Contact: NEW/Fourth World Movement 7600 Willow Hill Drive Landover, MD 20785
- OPERATION CROSSROADS AFRICA. Crossroads offers volunteers a chance to meet
and work with Africans on 7-week community workcamp projects in many African
countries, including Uganda, the Gambia, Senegal and Ghana. The cost for 1992
was $3,000- 3,500; Crossroads will give assistance in raising the money. They
also place Black, Hispanic, Native and Asian Americans in professional positions
with African development groups. Contact: Operation Crossroads Africa, Attn.:
Overseas Department 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 916, New York, NY 10115 (212)
- OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENT NETWORK. Offers an International Opportunities
Clearinghouse--books, regional information packets, and a personalized research
service--to help you identify opportunities that correspond with your interests
and skills. The Clearinghouse provides information on opportunities with
International Volunteer Programs, as well as on arranging individual internships ( Auslandspraktika )
with International Community-Based Organizations or Non-governmental
Organizations. For more information, please contact: International Opportunities
Coordinator, ODN, 333 Valencia St. Suite 101 San Francisco, CA 94103. Or call
415-431-4204 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
- PARTNERS FOR GLOBAL JUSTICE. Volunteers make a two year commitment,
spending the first working with cooperatives and community groups in a third
world country, the second, working with human rights and humanitarian
organizations in the U.S. Contact: Partners for Global Justice 4920 Piney Branch
Road, NW Washington, D.C. 20011.
- PEACE CORPS- U.S. Volunteers work for two years in 90 countries worldwide,
including several African countries. Duties vary considerably. Contact: Peace
Corps, 1990 K Street, NW, Washington, DC 20526 (202) 606-3886.
- PEACEWORK. Volunteers from the U.S. and the former Soviet Union work with
Habitat for Humanity projects in Ghana. The program's emphasis is on inter-
cultural exchange and humanitarian outreach. 3-week projects cost approximately
$2,000. Contact: Peacework 305 Washington Street, SW Blacksburg, VA 24060 (703)
- SKILLSHARE AFRICA. Contact: Skillshare Africa, 3 Belvois St., Leicester LE1
- UNITED NATIONS VOLUNTEERS. Similar to Peace Corps' projects; under United
Nations administration. Contact: United Nations Volunteers, U.N. Information
Center 1889 F Street, NW, Ground Floor Washington, D.C. 20006 (202) 289-8670.
- VISIONS IN ACTION. One-year internships ( Auslandspraktika ) in Kenya, Burkina Faso, South
Africa, Zimbabwe, Uganda, and Francophone West Africa at African non-profit
organizations, development organizations, newspapers, magazines and health
clinics. Housing and small stipend provided. Special Urban Development
Internships ( Auslandspraktikum ) are also available. Applicant is responsible for travel and health
insurance. Contact: Visions in Action, 3637 Fulton St., NW Washington, D.C.
20007 (202) 725-7403 or 625-7403.
- VISIONS IN ACTION- 1993 Urban Development Internships ( Auslandspraktika ) in Africa. One year
internships ( Auslandspraktika ) in Kenya (deadline: April 15, 1993), Uganda (Deadline: June 15,
1993), Burkina Faso, Zimbabwe, Francophone West Africa or Southern Africa
(deadline: April 15, 1993) participating in programs such as journalism, project
management, community development, health care, women's and environmental
issues, housing and scientific research. For more information, Contact: Visions
in Action 3637 Fulton St., NW Washington, D.C. 20007 (202) 625-7403.
- VOLUNTEERS FOR PEACE. Casual work experience in camp settings for
individuals aged 18 and over. Workcamps are 2-3 weeks. Volunteer pays
transportation costs and $100 per workcamp. African workcamps in Ghana, Morocco
and Tunisia. Contact: Volunteers for Peace 43 Tiffany Road Belmont, VT 05730
- VOLUNTEERS IN OVERSEAS COOPERATIVE ASSISTANCE (VOCA). Short-term positions
for qualified professionals who provide technical assistance requested by
cooperatives, private sector agricultural enterprises and government agencies.
No professional fee is given but all expenses are paid. VOCA has assisted
projects in many African countries, and currently has major programs in Ghana,
Namibia, Tanzania and Uganda. Contact: Volunteers in Overseas Cooperative
Assistance 50 F Street, NW, Suite 1075 Washington, D.C. 20001 (202) 626-8750.
- VOLUNTEERS IN TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE (VITA). Technical assistance and
information program, and mobilization of short- term consultants for development
services. Maintains file of resumes of consultants for use by development
agencies. Contact: Volunteers in Technical Assistance 1815 North Lynn Street
Arlington, VA 22209 (703) 276-1800.
- YMCA INTERNATIONAL CAMP COUNSELOR PROGRAM. Volunteers aged 20-30 with
counseling and/or camping experience are placed worldwide in children's camps.
$125 application fee. Contact: YMCA International Camp Counselor Program, 356
West 34th Street, 3rd floor New York, NY 10001 (212) 563-3441.
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