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International Internship Programs

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Let’s Work Together

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Teach one of the many diverse subjects we have for just 10-20 hours per week.

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Make an impact on young minds and inspire them to develop their skills.

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Take advantage of the tourism opportunities organized by us.

How it Works

Are you looking for an international internship program? Then you've come to the right place! Our programs are designed to help you get the most out of your internship experience by teaching programs within your niche. You'll get a supervisor to guide you through your internship and an opportunity to hone your teaching skills on our different campuses.

All of our internship programs require about 20-30 hours of work per week; the rest of the time is yours! You'll receive a certificate of completion at the end of your internship program as well as a glowing recommendation as you prepare for the next stage of your career. 

Doing your internship in an international environment gives you a competitive advantage over other people in your field, and also opens you up to a world of opportunity. 

Get in touch with our program coordinator to learn more about the available internship programs that you can enroll in. We look forward to hearing from you!

Choose your niche

Creative & Academic Writing 

Spend 10 hours per week nurturing young minds and developing their writing skills.

Computer Science & IT

Give students the computer education they need to develop future innovative solutions.


Using our science labs, train curious minds with essential science skills & knowledge.

Your Hours

All of our programs require volunteers to work 10-20 hours per week, twice a week.

Creative Arts

Inspire them through music, dance, & theater to foster creativity & self-expression.


iServe offers certificates for those who need proof of volunteer work for personal use.

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Are you ready to be a part of this education revolution in East Africa?

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