International Internships

Each year, more than 60 young people pursue an internship through Alternatives with one of our partners overseas. In this way, Alternatives participates in engaging public solidarity with communities in the South. Constructing on our young people’s aptitudes in the field of journalism, the environment and information and communications technologies or organizational development, Alternatives’ internships place emphasis on social action and a sophisticated understanding of the realities of countries in the South, in order to disseminate Alternatives’ mandate to promote global justice and equality. Alternatives’ internships program offers meaningful and innovative opportunities for people who are interested in community organizing, international solidarity and human rights. Our interns undertake projects with our partners that allow them to: develop a dynamic website, create networks, produce community media reports or participate in putting into place a local environment project.

Brazil, India, Morocco and Pakistan: Internship in communication and journalism

Internship Opportunity

    In collaboration with the Moroccan Associative Space, South Asia Network of Alternative Media, Pakistan-India People Forum for Peace and Democracy

Morocco: Environmental Internship

Internship Opportunity

Alternatives in collaboration with the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) is offering a 17-week long internship with community-based organisations in Morroco.

Consultant in urban food security in Morroco

 Destination : Rabat (Morroco)

 Starting and preparation date : May 19th (Not stipended)

 Training : June 9th

 Departure : July 9th (duration 17 weeks)

 Follow-up upon return : 4 weeks

Brazil: Social and Solidarity-Based Economy

Internship Opportunity

Alternatives, in collaboration with the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) offered a 17-week long internship to work with community-based organisations in Brazil.

Social economy trainer/facilitator position in Brazil


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