5 people are interested
Greater Washington Outreach Internship/Volunteer
5 people are interested
- Leading outreach campaigns and advocacy trainings with the Sudanese, East African, and conflict-affected diaspora communities of Washington D.C.;
- Maintaining partnerships with the Mayor’s Office of African Affairs, Diverse City Fund, and grassroots organizations in Washington D.C.;
- Identifying new potential partners for collaboration;
The ideal candidate must:
- Be available 20 hours a week
- Be organized and punctual
- Possess strong interpersonal and communication skills
- Have experience with grassroots organizing, particularly on social justice issues in the Greater Washington area
- Have experience working with diverse populations, particularly BIPOC communities
- Be able to speak Arabic fluently
Preference will be given to candidates that are or can be located in the Greater Washington area.
About Darfur Women Action Group
1629 K St NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC, DC 20006, US
Our Mission Darfur Women Action Group (DWAG) is a U.S. based Darfuri women-led anti-atrocities organization. DWAG works with victims and survivors of the Darfur genocide in the Diaspora and back home in Sudan, providing them with more access to the tools that will enable them to lead the effort in combatting violence, addressing massive human rights abuses in their society, and working with others to prevent future atrocities and promote global peace. The core priority for Darfur Women Action Group lies in advancing the human rights of and supporting the Darfuri to meet the challenges of the 21st Century. We do this by supporting women rights and empowerment NGOs at the grassroots and national level in the U.S. and on the ground in Darfur, building their capacity to lead desirable change and provide opportunities for the international community to hear directly from those most affected by conflict.
Darfur Women Action Group (DWAG) is a non-profit organization that takes a unique approach to fighting and preventing genocide. DWAG believes that empowering those most affected and building strong leadership among those who are historically excluded enable them to lead and foster positive change in their communities. We believe this is a vital approach to ending genocide and achieving sustainable peace.
DWAG is currently seeking interested interns and/or volunteers who are willing to help advance the goals the organization is striving to achieve.
Internships are available for undergraduate, graduate students, and recent graduates who are available for at least 10-20 hours per week for a 3-month long work commitment.
Internship program areas include:
1629 K St NWSuite 300Washington, DC 20006
August 16, 2021
- Community Outreach
- Cross-cultural Communication
- People Skills
- Relationship Building
- Orientation or Training
- 20 hours per week.