Nelson Mandela Foundation: CEO’s Office Internship 2023

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The Nelson Mandela Foundation is recruiting and invites applications for the CEO’s Office Internship 2023.

Closing date: 17 March 2023


Support the writing production of various departments. This includes pitching, drafting, and publishing stories for our social media handles, websites, newsletter and the media

Assist the thought leadership of the department through research, brainstorming and concept ideation. This includes research on issues facing society, political analysis, and keeping abreast of public discourse

Support the general administration of the department which includes emailing, administering the calendar, note-taking and related activities

In order to be eligible for the NMF internship, applicants must:

Hold a qualification in the Humanities or Social Sciences or other related qualification that you are able to motivate relates to the work of the department.

Demonstrate strong critical thinking, research, analytical and writing skills

Be recently graduated with little or no prior full-time work experience – preference will be given to applicants who have not previously benefitted from an internship opportunity within a South African NGO

Have a demonstrable interest in human rights advocacy and constitutional issues and an interest in building a career in civil society in South Africa.

Be able to plan, prioritise work, meet deadlines, and work independently

Be systematic and thorough in their approach to work, with excellent attention to detail

Have strong computer skills (e.g., Microsoft Suite, Facebook, website design, Instagram, Twitter, Google apps)

Be able to write for public consumption

To apply or to enquire more about the position, please send your abridged CV, academic transcript and proof of qualifications to the following [email protected], addressed to Ms M. Moagi

Closing Date: 17 March 2023

Note: The Nelson Mandela Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. 

Preference may be given to applicants who reside in the Gauteng region and are multilingual.

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