Tiny Hands is committed to developing data-driven research in order to enhance the effectiveness of its work and to do greater good for those whom we serve. We are developing a number of research projects to support our anti-trafficking work and our children's ministry. For a description of some of these projects, please visit our Research page.
We are looking for interns who are committed to social justice and interested in developing rigorous and data-driven research as a tool to further justice. Interns would work remotely and on a flexible schedule.
Due to the volume of inquiries, all interested internship applicants are requested to contact us by email at email@example.com.
Overseas Internship Program Overview
The Tiny Hands International overseas internship program is designed to give undergraduate students, graduate students, and young professionals the opportunity to meaningfully serve the least of these, do much with little, and be the kingdom internationally. Interns will gain practical experience regarding the work of social justice on a global scale and will also have the opportunity to discover how their God-given gifts can be utilized in the field, explore their passions as it relates to the work of justice, and develop valuable professional skills.
For many interns, an internship is a strategic step prior to attending graduate school or beginning a career. Positions are open to college students and graduate students, recent college graduates, and young professionals in a career transition who are passionate about God’s biblical call to seek justice and serving the least of these. College students must have completed at least 2 years of undergraduate study to be considered for an internship position.
Overseas Summer Internship Program Details
Dates: June 5th – August 4th
Application deadline: February, 24, 2017
Overseas Internship Program Components
- Tiny Hands Orientation: the programs kicks off with a week of orientation held in Kathmandu, Nepal. During this time, interns learn about Tiny Hand’s history, core values, transit monitoring strategies, research and data collection development, children’s homes model, Dream School development and vision, and current global operations. Interns will also go through a cultural orientation session where they will be equipped with cultural knowledge to work and live in Nepal safely.
- Work Hours: This internship requires a 40-hour/week commitment. Normal office hours are from 9AM to 5PM M-F with some flexibility. Interns will have five personal days to use during their internship.
- Other activities: Interns will have the opportunity to travel to one of our border stations as well as the Dream Center to get a firsthand look at Tiny Hands International projects, explore the city of Kathmandu and experience Nepali culture, learn from and talk with Tiny Hands International leaders, and tutor our Children’s Homes children through our homework club program.
- Unpaid: All Tiny Hands Internships require the intern to support raise the necessary funds to complete the internship duration. The approximate cost for an 8 week internship is $5,500.
Open Internship Positions