Whether you are looking to gain experience to add to your CV, need to fulfill University requirements or just have experience to contribute, we like to make our internships as beneficial for each intern as possible.
Whether you are looking to gain experience to add to your CV, need to fulfill University requirements or just have experience to contribute, we like to make our internships as beneficial for each intern as possible
OUR STUDENTS HAVE SAID:
All Out Africa has been fantastic and the team here are absolutely brilliant - I will definately be returning to the lodge.Danni Berry
OUR STUDENTS HAVE SAID:
A life changing, humbling experience.Jonathan Whitaker
Swaziland OR South Africa
Starting at $1692*
3 meals per day
First Monday of the Month
* Rates may vary by destination. Flights are not included in the cost.
Looking for something to make you stand out? This internship will allow you to work in an international setting, whilst assisting us with rewarding community development activities in Southern Africa.
This intern will take you to either bustling Cape Town (Hout Bay), or the mountaneous Kingdom of Swaziland to work with our team creating photos and short videos for marketing or fundraising purposes.
Whether you are looking to gain experience to add to your CV, need to ful ll University requirements or just have experience to contribute, we like to make our internships as bene cial for each intern as possible. That’s why we want to know in advance if you have a special interests, expertise or goals to achieve whilst your completing your internship with us.
ACCOMMODATION & MEALS
During your stay you will be accommodated in an award winning Lidwala Lodge in Ezulwini Valley (Swaziland) OR in an award winning Hout Bay Backpackers, in Hout Bay (South Africa). Three meals a day will also be provided, some on a self-serve basis and others cooked for you.
PROJECT START DATES
Arrival day for this project is the 1st Monday of the month throughout the year, with the exception of November & December when the project is closed. (Please ensure that your ight arrives BEFORE 1:00 pm)
An intern, although also not being paid, is different from a Gap-year volunteer as they are expected to bring some knowledge and/or experience in the area they are working in. There are fewer internship posts available so competition for these is higher. Interns will be working at a more career focused strategic level and developing local capacity to work effectively and with meaning, as well as gaining valuable hands-on, practical experience during their placement. Interns are also expected to take on more responsibility and to create their own goals and seek activities to be involved in or lead. They will also have a mentor assigned to them to guide them during the internship.
Upon arrival, our team will assist our interns with getting started, meeting their partners if they are off campus, and advising them on next steps. Our interns, then have the exibility to create their own schedule with their partners, and together create a plan of action of goals to achieve whilst working together. For this reason, it is important that the word “partner” remain key throughout the experience. Our interns have a world of expertise to offer, however all goals should be created together with the in-country partner so the outcomes are sustainable even after the intern returns home. We do not expect our interns to take on a job position, but rather take on the role of advisor; offering advice, suggestions and assistance in creating strategies that will make long term impacts.
The role will involve reporting to the Marketing coordinator to assist with photo and video stock for marketing and/or fundraising needs. Your videos and photos will be used on our website, social media pages and on our other marketing materials.
Some of the activities you may get involved in may include:
Photographing projects & interns in action
Creating video “trailers” of our projects for our website
Creating video or photo blogs of your experience
Interviewing staff or interns about their experiences
* Please note that the activities listed above are based on availbility and may vary by season. These are samples of activities that are interns are likely to participate in.
DAY IN THE LIFE OF A INTERN
7:00 Wake up and have your breakfast on the deck!
7:30 Travel to your placement and get ready to begin your day
8:00 Participate in your chosen project
12:30 Time to either return to the Backpackers for lunch or to eat the packed lunch you made that morning!
14:00 Begin your afternoon’s work with a full stomach and enthusiasm
16:00 Return back to your accommodation and share your day’s
adventures with other interns, maybe even a quick swim in the sea!
18:30 Enjoy a delicious evening meal and relax……
Day 1 Fly into OR Tambo Airport, Johannesburg (for Swaziland placements) OR Cape Town International Airport (for Cape Town placements) where you will be met by All Out Africa staff members who will transfer you by road to your accommodation.
Day 2 The second day begins with an informative presentation that will brief you on all you need to know about the culture and country, how to effectively contribute during your intern experience.
Day 3 Day three will involve meeting the project and people you will be working with. All Out Africa staff will escort you to your placement to for a smooth start to the process and to help you settle in. The outcomes of the internship should also be discussed and agreed on this day, so you feel clear and focused about your placement.
Day 4 After your rst partner meeting, it will be up to you to plan your week! Find out which days are best to meet with your partner, and which are best for you to work in the of ce to do some planning or research. Sometimes it may also be helpful to do some eld research in the area.
Weekends are free for you to relax or to see more of the scenery and activities Cape Town has to offer!
Airport transfer is included and facilitated by All Out Africa if on the designated departure day.
INCLUDED IN THE FEE
Comprehensive 24 hour, 7 day a week support from All Out Africa
Intern projects speci cally designed to enable you to make an active contribution during your stay
Support of intern project coordinators who are experts in their elds which ensures the intern experience is valuable
Comprehensive orientation to the country, its culture and your role as a intern upon arrival
All food and accommodation throughout your stay
WHERE YOUR PROJECT FEE GOES
By signing up with us you are donating your time and skills to work directly with communities in need through a structured project. There are many bene ts of interning through an organization like ours. Sometimes it is hard to nd projects to support in a foreign country that are safe, worthwhile, and reputable. When you sign-up for one of our projects for 2 or 12 weeks, you become part of a bigger, sustainable plan that our team of quali ed staff have carefully crafted. You will also receive travel and visa support, orientation, a safe place to stay, logistical support, in addition to clear expectations of the work you will do. This is why we charge a fee for interning or interning abroad.
Your project fee goes towards a company you can trust, an experience that is worthwhile and an opportunity that will make a positive and sustainable impact on the community you have chosen to serve.
NOT INCLUDED IN THE FEE
✘ Local transport fares to your project or partner
Note: Interns may travel more frequently and further distances to meet with their partners. If this is a concern, please let your agent know in advance so special arrangements can be made.
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