There’s good news! The Internship in University of Jember, Multiculturalism and Migration at the Center for Human Rights is currently accepting applications.
This post will go over the details of the internship, its perks, and the application process step by step. The Center for Human Rights, Multiculturalism, and Migration (CHRM2) Internship at the University of Jember in Indonesia is a paid opportunity for international students. The internship is for a minimum of one month and a maximum of twelve months. CHRM2 Internship will provide you with valuable professional experience, free housing, a monthly living stipend, and cultural exposure.
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Their goal is to strengthen the University of Jember so that it may become a premier, global university with a Southeast Asian focus. Their center aims to change the way people think about getting knowledge in this rapidly globalizing world through rigorous research and collaboration; knowledge that adheres to the ideals of justice and human rights.
The University of Jember (also located as Unej) is a public university in East Java’s Jember Regency. The State University of Djember, abbreviated as Uned, was founded in 1964 and consisted of five faculties: the Faculty of Law in Jember, with branches in Banyuwangi, the Faculty of Social and Political Affairs and the Faculty of Agriculture in Jember, and the Faculty of Economics and the Faculty of Letters in Banyuwangi.
Djember State University was renamed Jember State University with the acronym Unej, after the first chancellor, Dr. R. Achmad, and the wording was altered from the previous spelling to the improved spelling (EYD). Although the word “State” is now being removed in order to become the University of Jember, the name Unej has already established associated with the surrounding community and is still used today.
CHRM2 Internship Summary
- Institution(s): Center for Human Rights Multiculturalism and Migration Internship (CHRM2), University of Jember
- Location: Jember, Indonesia
- Internship Focused Areas: Human Rights, Multiculturalism, Migration
- Internship Period: Three months. There is options to extend position for one year.
- Internship Deadline: You can apply for a place at any time throughout the year and can indicate your avail abilities. Your application will then be reviewed by CERN experts and if successful, you will be contacted by the programme coordinator. Please be aware that we only have a limited number of places for this programme.
CHRM2 Internship Benefits
Volunteer or Internship Opportunity in Indonesia with CHRM2 covers:
- Rewarding work experience.
- Free accommodation.
- Aid in arranging visa.
- Monthly living stipend.
- City bicycle for local transportation.
- Cultural experiences (weekend trips around East Java, Indonesia).
The following things are not covered:
- International Flights.
- Visa costs.
Eligibility Criteria for CHRM2 Internship
Applicants must fulfill the following criteria for Volunteer or Internship Opportunity in Indonesia with CHRM2:
- Required Languages: You Must be a native English speaker. Fluency in English (should provide evidence of English writing skills. TOEFL/IELTS scores not required but can be a means of proof). Indonesian language is not required but is a plus (opportunities for language classes at the University of Jember).
- Eligible Countries: All world countries
- Undergraduate or master’s degree (or work equivalent).
- Academic or work history demonstrating interest in human rights, multiculturalism, and/or migration.
- Commitment & Leadership.
- Initiative & Flexibility.
How to Apply for CHRM2 Internship?
Please follow the following application instructions to win Volunteer or Internship Opportunity in Indonesia with CHRM2:
- Prepare required documents:
- CV or Resume
- Short Personal Statement (written in English, Maximum 500 words), Should reflect your desire to volunteer at CHRM2 and your position interest
- Proof of English Language Proficiency for non-Native Speakers (Official test scores or short writing sample).
- Additional materials may be submitted but not required.
- Send your completed application to the CHRM2 email [email protected].
Note: When you send them email to either ask a question or submit your application, write the following subject line:
- Application Subject line: Get Involved_ Name
- Questions subject line: Position Inquiry _ Name