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Virtual Internship in NGO and Social Enterprise management in South Africa

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  • 14 people are interested

This internship would suit students who have finished their degrees in NGO related fields and are thinking about work experience or interning in the field before their first job. After completing the internship NGO Management, students will be able to analyse information in either fundraising, HR, or Socio Economic Development and apply that knowledge in developing structures and implementation strategies within an NGO context.

What you will learn during your time spent on this internship:

  • How The Nourish Foundation works within wildlife communities

  • The different structures and impact of NGOs vs Social Enteprises

  • SDG Relationships with the NGO world

  • How Socio economic programs around Southern Africa can be used to enhance NGO productivity

  • Fundraising, HR and Management structures within NGOs and how to implement these

  • Students will complete a personal project that adds value back into the program

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About Nourish NPO


Sigagule Village, Hoedspruit, limpopo 1380, ZA

Mission Statement

Our goal is to create sustainable change - and have long-term impact in the spheres of both conservation and community upliftment. We believe that by working to grow wildlife resilient communities, that are healthy, educated, and have access to opportunities, we can break the poverty cycle and thus impact the poaching coming out of rural areas.


Nourish NPO has a holistic approach to poverty and community development. By incorporating conservation education and economic empowerment through our business incubator and education centers, we strive to fight poaching through fighting poverty.
Nourish has been running since 2011 in a village on the border of the Greater Kruger Park area, to try and bridge the gap between community and conservation, as well as bringing tourists into our area to experience the Shangaan culture.
We have a variety of programs that range from Early Childhood Development, Farming, after school care, conservation education and field trips, feeding schemes, animal outreaches as well as a tourism pillar that focuses on community tours.


Education & Literacy
Community, Education & Literacy, Employment


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Performance Management
  • Financial Planning
  • Professional Development
  • Human Resources Assistance
  • Resource Development / Management




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18

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