Intern

Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Job Type

Full Time/Part Time

About the Role

  • Prospective interns should have stable internet connection and have access to their own laptop/computer. No prior internship experience is required, although student leadership experiences are an advantage. Full-time students can apply for part-time internships, which will have half the workload (2-3 days a week) of that a full-time intern.

  • Applicants should be 18 years old and above. Applicants must be located in Malaysia (students abroad are not eligible).

  • Interns should be passionate about issues relating to diversity, equity and inclusion in Malaysia, familiar with the Malaysian education system and political system, and have a strong sense of independence in carrying out tasks.

  • Applications are accepted on a rolling basis after 15 November. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted for a short 15-minute interview.

Requirements

  • Prospective interns should have stable internet connection and have access to their own laptop/computer. No prior internship experience is required, although student leadership experiences are an advantage. Full-time students can apply for part-time internships, which will have half the workload (2-3 days a week) of that a full-time intern.

  • Applicants should be 18 years old and above. Applicants must be located in Malaysia (students abroad are not eligible).

  • Interns should be passionate about issues relating to diversity, equity and inclusion in Malaysia, familiar with the Malaysian education system and political system, and have a strong sense of independence in carrying out tasks.

About the Company

Architects of Diversity (Persatuan Pendidikan Diversiti PPM-025-10-24022021) is a non-profit organisation that bridges communities and identity groups among youth in Malaysia for justice, peace and a sustainable future. AOD does this by building spaces that facilitate interpersonal understanding and intergroup relationships. AOD advocates for anti-discrimination in education and upskills youth as leaders of diversity and inclusion. By investing in individual-level change today, we plant the seeds for social change in the future. In the short term, AOD seeks to build a generation that can effectively challenge inequality. Eventually, AOD wants to see a Malaysia where individuals of all backgrounds are able to belong.

AOD Malaysia is committed to providing equal opportunities regardless of race, religion, skin colour, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability or economic status.

For staff applications, email resume to contact@aodmalaysia.org by 15 November.

For intern applications, apply at bit.ly/aodintern by 15 November.

Late applications considered on rolling basis.