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NGO Human Rights

NGO Human Rights

This virtual human rights internship program gives you experience of working with NGOs in Morocco across a range of humanitarian issues. Interns support women’s rights and assist migrants in disadvantaged communities, by helping with education, fundraising, contributing to websites that raise awareness, and by supporting local businesses.

Internship Highlights:
  • Make a genuine difference on human rights issues in Morocco
  • Work alongside an experienced NGO supervisor
  • Relevant experience working in NGOs
  • Gain international experience while interning remotely from home without having to travel
Type of host organizations:
  • NGOs
Gain academic or course credit
Everything arranged for you from $1099 (approximately 1099)
Available year-round, start when you like
Intern part-time or full-time from anywhere
Choose your duration: 100, 200 or 350 hours
Personal online orientation & coaching
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Internships align with UN Sustainable Development Goals
Eligibility requirements and Associated career paths
Eligibility requirement

Suitable for interns focusing on human rights, international development, law, social work, psychology, media, or related fields. High School graduates aged 18+ may be accepted, depending on the strength of their application (including any relevant experience, with a desire to learn and grow within this field).

Language requirements

This internship is conducted in English.

Associated career paths

Domestic and International Advocacy, Humanitarian Service Worker, Policy Developer, Program, Educator, Volunteer Coordinator, Fundraiser, Human Rights Lawyer, Public Health Worker, Campaign Manager, Program Administrator, Diplomat, Foreign Affairs Worker, Political Adviser, Public Sector Worker, Foreign News Correspondent, Journalist

Internship details

Support disadvantaged communities in Morocco and gain practical work experience with NGOs by interning remotely from home.

This is a remote internship you can undertake virtually from home. Click here to view in-country internships in Law & Human Rights Support, if you would prefer to intern abroad.

This virtual human rights internship, hosted out of Morocco, is a chance to collaborate with NGOs supporting disadvantaged women and migrants. You’ll collaborate across a range of tasks to raise awareness and support fundraising, while contributing to the human rights advancement of disadvantaged communities. If you have an interest in human rights and international law, you can gain career-relevant international experience and make a meaningful difference.

Virtual NGO interns cooperate with the local teams and educate communities on themes such as gender equality, child and youth development, and health and wellbeing. Interns can assist by teaching practical skills, supporting local business ventures, and even teaching English online, to open up career paths. These NGOs are the only ones working in this field in Morocco, so interns can make genuine contributions and gain hands-on experience working with NGOs in Africa.

Participants on this human rights internships out of Morocco may also produce content for the NGO websites, contribute to funding proposals, develop grant applications, and help to teach disadvantaged women, boosting their skills, professional prospects and self confidence.

In all cases, interns should expect that the initial phase of their remote internship will focus on gaining some introductory knowledge. You may start by gaining an understanding or overview of what you can build upon, develop, learn, and contribute. Ensure that you ask questions and provide feedback during the introductory period, so that your supervisor understands how you’re progressing. This will help them to better understand important details, such as how quickly you learn, what you find challenging, what you find interesting, etc.

Understand and expect that individual internship experiences vary. Therefore, if you’re at a more introductory level, you should reasonably expect a more introductory internship. Likewise, if you’re interning for a shorter duration, you will have a different experience from someone who is interning for a longer duration. Placement preferences are considered but always subject to availability.

Career Benefits

NGO Human Rights interns learn from a qualified and experienced supervisor, and can be involved in:
  • Supporting fundraising, for example by developing grant applications

  • Coaching on gender equality, hygiene, childcare and other topics of high value to disadvantaged women

  • Providing business advice to help local entrepreneurs

  • Teaching English

  • Developing and producing content for the NGO’s website

Professional development opportunities:
  • Learn about the challenges facing women and migrants in Morocco

  • Get experience helping disadvantaged people in an African cultural environment

  • Contribute to online content that raises awareness and funds for important causes

  • Gain practical skills and boost your employability, with guidance from Intern Abroad HQ’s Experiential Learning Curriculum to support your learning and cultural intelligence

What recent interns said about their experience

Shrenya Jain
July 2023

During my virtual internship, I had the incredible opportunity to work on a project that focused on the topic "The Need for Comprehensive Sexual Education in the Moroccan Context." This internship not only allowed me to contribute to an important societal issue but also greatly enriched my personal and professional development. One of the aspects I enjoyed the most about the internship was the chance to collaborate with my supervisor. Despite the remote nature of the internship, we fostered a strong sense of camaraderie through regular availability of voice calls, instant messaging, and collaborative document sharing. Through extensive research, data analysis, and policy analysis, I delved into the challenges and gaps in the current sexual education system in Morocco. I examined the cultural, social, and legal aspects that impact the implementation of comprehensive sexual education and highlighted its importance in promoting healthy relationships, preventing gender-based violence, and empowering young individuals to make informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive health.


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Academic credit available for all internships

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Program fees

It’s free to apply for this internship. Once we have reviewed your suitability and accepted you onto this program, you’ll need to pay a deposit of US$499 to confirm your place. The remaining balance of your Program Fee (less your initial US$499 deposit payment) will be due within 7 days of being assigned a placement.

Program Fee
100 hours (3 weeks full time, or 5 weeks part time) $1,099
250 hours (8 weeks full time, or 12 weeks part time) $1,499
350 hours (13 weeks full time, or 17 weeks part time) $1,799
  • Dedicated support before, during, and after your internship
  • Sourcing and securing your internship placement
  • Personalization of your internship plan
  • Orientation and coaching with your supervisor
  • Documented portfolio of your experiential learnings
  • Academic credit facilitation
  • International reference letter
  • Certificate of Internship Completion
  • A deposit of $499 (approximately 499) is required to secure your internship
  • Balance of your Program Fee is due within 7 days of being assigned a placement.
  • All payments attract a 5% transaction fee to cover international banking fees and currency charges.
  • International wire transfer payments attract a minimum fee of $75 USD.
  • Terms and Conditions apply.