The Centre for Human Rights, Multiculturalism, and Migration (CHRM2) is a research centre that aims to develop multidisciplinary studies at the University of Jember, Indonesia. To promote research and collaboration in the specialized areas of human rights with cognate disciplines, graduates from around the world are invited to take part in university internships. Application process is ongoing.
Volunteering at the University of Jember
Apply for Volunteering at University of Jember
Potential positions for volunteers and interns include
- Language or Content Editor for JSEAHR
- English teacher at the University of Jember
- Graphic Designer
- Public Relations
- Outreach Coordinator
- Field Researcher
- Research Assistant
The minimum duration of the program is three months with options to extend position for one year. Organisers will provide free accommodation and a monthly living stipend however international airfare is at the discretion of the participants.
- Candidates must possess an undergraduate, master’s degree or work equivalent. Academic or work history must demonstrate interest in human rights, multiculturalism, and/or migration;
- As part of the application, candidates need to provide their CV and a short personal statement in English demonstrating their suitability for the program.
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