Leaders of Tomorrow (LoT) offers internships to young people between the ages of 18 and 30. Local and foreign students who take part in the internship program assume a wide range of responsibilities that suit their skillset.
Our internship program is open to young people who are interested in activism, political change, social reform, freedom of expression, and educational opportunities. Leaders of Tomorrow introduces interns to a new culture that gives young people an opportunity to become involved in educational capacity building and discussions about social and political issues on a grassroots level. Interns may choose to work with any initiative that suits their area of study or interests.
Our interns gain hands-on experience in working with a grassroots non-profit organization that values interdependent leadership and a non-hierarchical management system. Interns organize, co-managing and co-coordinate various activities and events.
Interns gain a better understanding of the region and Jordanian society by working with Leaders of Tomorrow. Interns are also encouraged to be creative in developing new projects.
LoT is looking for young people between the ages of 18 and 35 with excellent communication and leadership skills, and those who are highly motivated, creative and resourceful. Interns, staff members and volunteers collaborate together to form a capable and suppotive team.
Interns take on a range of responsibilities that include research, logistics, communication and fundraising. Interns are often engaged in a wide range of projects and activities, taking on multiple responsibilities at any given time.
Internship positions are open to both Jordanians and foreign citizens visiting or studying in Jordan. We invite anyone interested in the political situation in Jordan, the Middle East as a whole, local community initiatives, grassroots organizations to apply. Interns generally serve for four months, but longer time frames are encouraged.
Interested applicants should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following materials:
All applications are considered on a rolling basis.
I learned many things thanks to this experience, and everyday I remember something related to that period… I’ve come back home full of feelings and good experiences that I’m trying to bring with me during my jobs too. I’ve learned that almost nothing is impossible, but if you want to achieve good results you have to work hard and constantly…” – Giorgio Gotra, LOT intern – Italy
A beneficial opportunity to contribute and assist a fabulous organization – through giving and volunteering I also received many gifts including friendships and skills.” – Jessica Brown, LOT intern – Sydney, Australia
I had an incredible time working at LoT, and the lessons I learned and the friends I made are ones that I will keep for the rest of my life. I think LoT is unique in that is helping foster a culture of civic engagement and voluntarism in a region where that is not always a priority. It is really unusual to find an NGO that understands how vibrant and motivated the youth of the region are and provides them with an opportunity to use their skills and energy to do something for their society.” – Zayn Siddique, LOT Intern – Jordan