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Hebron Rehabilitation Committee
Posted: August 25 2016
Company Location: Washington, DC
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 12 Full-time, Unpaid
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Description*THIS IS NOT VIRTUAL - INTERNSHIP WILL TAKE PLACE IN HEBRON, PALESTINE
Ten years ago, the Old City of Hebron was regarded as the poorest part of town. It suffered from social and economic problems. A third of its buildings were desolate, abandoned or crumbling. Infrastructure was lacking. Israeli soldiers and settlers harassed the occupants. Closures, curfews and shortages caused residents to leave, bringing commerce almost to a halt.
In the face of this discouragement a Presidential Decree was issued by the late President Yasser Arafat on August 12, 1996, ordering the creation of Hebron Rehabilitation Committee with members from the district's institutions and establishments. This initiative acknowledged Hebron's religious and cultural status. It recognized the determination of the people of Hebron, their institutions – municipal, communal and academic – and the Palestinian leadership, to cherish the cultural heritage of the city and to protect it.
HRC is leading the way for development in the Old City of Hebron. Currently HRC is looking for interns/volunteers to assist in the field of development projects. The following are the requirements and duties:
Please indicate in your application which term dates you are available to arrive and if you can stay 2 months or longer.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to apply or inquire.
Responsibilities will include:
-Helping prepare grant proposals to be disbursed to donors
-Expanding upon project ideas
-Research and writing
-Identify possible funding opportunities
-English - fluent
-Undergrad or graduate student majoring in Non-Profit Management, Public Health, Psychology, Urban Development, Architecture, Engineering, public policy, international relations or other related fields
-Strong organisational skills
-Excellent verbal and written communication skills
-Experience in grant writing and research
-Experience in non-profit youth, community and/or health organization