Opportunities for UNICEF internships are a fantastic way to launch your career. Applications for the current UNICEF Paid Internships 2023–2024 are now being accepted. Interested and qualified people are presently welcome to submit applications, including recent graduates and students enrolled in undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral programs.


Students and recent graduates have the chance to obtain first-hand practical experience with UNICEF’s work through the UNICEF Internship Program. There are internship possibilities everywhere.

In order to reach the most at-risk children and adolescents and to defend the rights of all children worldwide, UNICEF (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund) works in the world’s most challenging locations. In more than 190 nations and territories, they make every effort to assist kids in surviving, thriving, and realizing their full potential from infancy through adolescence.

Company/Organisation: UNICEF Internship

Program Type: Paid Internship

Program Location: UNICEF Internship
Study level/Qualification: Students and Recent Graduates

Subject Eligibility: Any discipline

Nationality: All Nationalities

Perks or Benefits

Interns at UNICEF are all entitled to:

a stipend provided by UNICEF or a partner organization as a contribution towards living costs.
Where funds is available, a one-time lump sum may also be given as a donation towards the cost of travel and visas.

Standards for Eligibility: 2023–2024 UNICEF Paid Internships
Paid internships with UNICEF are extremely sought-after positions. You need to fulfil the following requirements in order to be eligible for an internship:

be enrolled in, or have recently graduated from, an undergraduate, graduate, or PhD programme.
Know at least one of the three working languages used by UNICEF: English, French, or Spanish. It can also be necessary for you to speak the working language of the company you are applying to.
possess outstanding academic achievement as evidenced by current university or educational records.
Have no blood relations working for UNICEF, such as your mother, father, sister, or brother.
Have no additional family members in your reporting chain of command.
age of at least eighteen.

Procedure to Apply

How to Apply: Through the UNICEF internship application portal, any qualified individuals may submit their applications. You must first research available positions before completing and submitting an online recruitment profile, a CV/resume, and a cover letter.

Note: do not wait till the deadline visit now  https://www.unicef.org/careers/internships

The deadline for online submissions is not confirmed yet,

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