Call for Interns (m/f/d) - Link-up program

We are pleased to invite you to become an intern at the Link-up program

WASLA is looking for un-paid interns from Berlin, Germany in the following fields:

  1. Program coordination
  2. Logistics
  3. Social Media/ Digital Marketing/ Content Creation/Management
  4. Designer
  5. Partnerships
  6. Donors and supporters




To reduce the spread of COVID-19 and in line with the measures adopted by the WASLA's board comittee, the WASLA all staff members based in Berlin are currently working remotely. Depending on the evolution of the corona virus pandemic, WASLA will announce when on site meetings are possible.



Interns can currently apply for one or more periods of the following:

  • Winter period (1st January – 30th March)
  • Spring period (1st April – 30th June)
  • Summer period (1st July – 30th September)
  • Autumn period (1st October – 30th December)

WASLA also will accept applicants who want to start their internship on different dates, or who have other requests, like to make the internship period shorter or longer than what mentioned above.


What is provided for the chosen intern?

WASLA will provide all interns all required information, documents and support to finish his/ her internship successfully and assist them during the learning process ensuring that all interns gain new skills, knowledge and change their attitude positively regarding intercultural issues.

Interns have the opportunity to attend our national events and international project meetings organised in the framework of the Erasmus+ programme.

WASLA will hand in an experience letter to all interns at the end of the internship.

There are chances in the near future to join WASLA staff depending on the available financial resources.


How to apply?

Kindly apply via the application form below, attach your C.V and other rquested files.


Deadline: ongoing during the year  


Skills and qualifications

Who can apply?

Key skills and attributes

  1. Good analytical skills and ability to solve problems
  2. Team spirit with ability to establish and maintain good relationships with people of different national and cultural backgrounds
  3. Ability to take initiative and to work with minimal supervision/ independently
  4. Computer skills and ability to use relevant software applications, in particular information databases/ excel, internet, library resources, etc.
  5. Excellent research and drafting skills
  6. Fluency in German and/ or English essential (written and oral). Fluency in Arabic will be an advantage

We expect all interns to be committed, well-organised and hard-working, which includes being available online during the internship period. Depending on the evolution of the corona virus pandemic, WASLA will announce when on site meetings are possible.


Duties and responsibilities

What are the tasks required from the intern? 

This internship is opened for young people for a 3 month period needed to support the development of Link-up program. The intern is expected to participate in:

  1. Shared management of the Link-up program.
  2. Responsible for communicating with current partners and identifying potential partners
  3. Establishing new partnerships with German schools and organizations
  4. Managing speakers appointments and schedule
  5. Organizing events agenda in coordination with the invited organization (if needed)
  6. Handling communication between speakers and the invited schools or organisations
  7. Monitoring Link-up events evaluation process and report it to the program supervisor
  8. Monitoring and reporting the own work output in line with WASLA objectives
  9. Other duties as may reasonably be required by your supervisor or WASLA board of directors
  10. Filling in the report after completion of the internship
  11. Previous work experience is required only for Designers (please attach your portfolio)


We are looking for smart, fast learners and committed young people who want to expand their career prospects by getting involved in the above mentioned internships.



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