UNICEF Internship Programme 2020 (Paid)


UNICEF Internship Programme 2020 (Paid)

Deadline: Varies 

The UNICEF Internship Programme offers eligible students the opportunity to acquire direct practical experience in UNICEF work.
Interns will be paid a stipend as a contribution towards living expenses and a one-time lump sum as a contribution towards travel and visa costs if applicable, subject to availability of funding.

Eligibility:
  • Applicant must be at least 18 years old 
  • Have no other relatives in the line of authority which that you will report to
  • The applicant must be enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate or PhD degree programme or have graduated within the past two years.
  • Be proficient in at least one of UNICEF's working languages; English, French or Spanish 

For more information SeeUNICEF Internship.






UN Youths Envoy/UN Volunteer in Social Media- No more Paid Internship 2020.

Deadline: 20th February 2020

They are looking for three young people to get on board the UN Youth Envoy's Fellowship which aims at providing you, a young talented, a chance to get involved in the implementation of sustainable development goals.

UN Volunteers are required to:
  • Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevant UNV and external publications and take an active part in UN activities. 
  • Assets with the UNV buddy programme for newly arrived volunteers.

UN Volunteer Eligibility:
  • Strong ability to multi-task and a drive for on-time delivery
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skill and positive working attitude 
  • Fluency in English(both oral and written) excellent writing skills
  • Candidates should be between 18 and 29 throughout the entire duration of their assignment 

For more Information Visit No more paid internship

Elon Musk (Learn from him. Take the risk)


Part of achieving your goals has to do with risk-taking. So for that topic, our example for today is Elon Musk.


Elon Musk was born in South Africa and his father was an engineer. 
At 10, the introverted boy developed a deep interest in computers.
Things at school weren't going well for him as he was constantly bullied. 
One day, the bullies threw him down the stairs and beat him until he blacked out.

After 2 days of admission in PhD at Stanford, he dropped out of university just to try out his luck with the idea he had. But later, he ended up getting kicked from the company he created himself (PayPal).


At that time, he started reading books to learn how to build rockets. While on his trip to Russia to buy a rocket to send to Mars, he realized that rockets were artificially overpriced. So, he decided to start a company "SpaceX" to build his rockets with his own money.

In the meantime, he founded an electric car company called TESLA.
Unfortunately, his first 3 rocket launches failed and exploded causing a loss of millions.

Both his companies SpaceX and Tesla were running out of cash. But that didn't stop him. The project that was so close to his heart barely escaped bankruptcy, when his 4th launch finally succeeded. Hours before Tesla was about to close down, he received a big investment.

Today Elon Musk is one of the richest Tech Billionaires with a net worth of more than 20 Billion. Elon's story teaches us that, when something is important enough you do it even if the odds are not in your favour.
Take that Risk!