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Are you interested in an exchange year where you work as a student activist in South Africa?
The Students and Academics International Assistance Fund (SAIH) is now recruiting two new exchange participants. Through the exchange you will have the opportunity to work with SAIH’s partner organization Equal Education in South Africa. The overall thematic focus of the exchange will be equitable higher education and academic freedom.
Application deadline: April 7th Interviews will be carried out during April.
Through this youth exchange you will have the role as a full-time volunteer working with Equal Education. The exchange will start with a 2 weeks introduction course in Oslo in August, then you will travel to South Africa for 10 months. When you return to Norway you will spend 8 weeks working part-time with knowledge-sharing and communication work. SAIH is looking for two persons between the age of 22– 35 with interest in the field of higher education and academic freedom.
At Equal Education (EE) you will be working on:
The participants will be expected to have some or all of the following experience:
Education: Completed bachelor degree within a relevant area. Relevant experience can compensate for incomplete bachelor degree.
SAIH will cover costs related to the preparation course and home coming seminar. SAIH will also cover flight tickets to and from Cape Town, accommodation costs and a limited allowance when abroad. Insurance will also be covered for the whole period. Allowance and travel costs connected to the 8 weeks information work in Norway will also be covered.
For more information contact program advisor and exchange coordinator Hege Ottesen on email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Send CV and motivation letter (in English) by April 7th to email@example.com
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