3 Months Blogging Internship With Voices Of Youth

UNICEF’s vibrant online youth community - Voices of Youth calls for applicants from all over the world aged between 14 and 24. Do you care about social, cultural, political and economic issues? Are you interested in improving your blogging and digital media skills? If yes, hurry up to apply for this 3 months blogging internship.

UNICEF is looking for 10-15 fluent in English young people from across the world who will blog at least once a week and participate in online discussions on the platform.

During the internship you will receive regular feedback on your writing, get access to tips&tricks on how to write a good blog post and exchange ideas with other blogging interns. 


  • Age between 14 and 24.
  • Fluent in written English
  • Ability to access the Internet at least once a week to blog, comment and participate in debates.
  • Availability to start the internship in December 2015.

Please note, this internship is remote. You will not be required to travel anywhere.

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