Friday, August 18, 2017

International Service Rwanda,In-Country Volunteers Jobs in Rwanda



3 Month Volunteer Placements with International Service
International Service Rwanda offers 12-week In-Country Volunteer on the ICS Program. In Rwanda, our projects are based in the southern province (Huye District), in Mushubati Sector in the Western Province, Rutsiro DistrictThrough ICS, we provide the opportunity for youth in Rwanda and the UK to work together in areas such as Female Empowerment, Disability Rights, Livelihoods Skills Support and Education with local partners.
International Citizen Service (ICS) is a program funded by t
he UK Government and run by a consortium of UK charities working in developing countries. In Rwanda, International Service works in partnership with local development organizations called LUTI and KOPAKAMA with an intention of extending to other Districts. The ICS program gives young people the opportunity to make a difference in the world’s communities, whilst gaining transferable skills and invaluable experience by working alongside volunteers from different cultural backgrounds.
APPLY NOW! Rwandans 18-25 year olds can apply as In-Country Volunteers regardless of background, educational qualifications, disability and work history.
Challenge Yourself to Change Your World’ by clicking the relevant link below to download and complete an application:
Download the ICS Volunteer Application form
Completed applications for the next placement starting from October to December 2017 for ICS Volunteers must be emailed to ICSapplication2016@gmail.com">mailto:ICSapplication2016@gmail.com">ICSapplication2016@gmail.com not later than 12:00pm on Monday 28th August 2017.
Only Successful Applicants will be contacted to attend an assessment day in Kigali, which will take place in the week beginning 04th – 08th August. You may contact International Service Rwanda regarding applications on 0781423778 Monday to Friday 9am-5pm. If you do not hear form us after the closing date, then unfortunately your application has been unsuccessful this time.

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