Ashinaga Japan’s Fall-Winter 2024 internships are now open (work remotely)

Internship Overview

Dream of making a difference? Intern with Ashinaga Japan! Applications for Ashinaga Japan’s Fall-Winter 2024 internships are now open.

Closing date: 28 July, 2024.

Whether you’re passionate about research, writing, or content creation, we have the perfect role for you. Work with us remotely from wherever you are, or in a hybrid setup if you’re based in Japan.

This is your chance to gain invaluable experience in the non-profit sector and contribute to impactful projects that change lives. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to start your journey with Ashinaga Japan!

About the Ashinaga Internship Program

Ashinaga is a non-profit based in Japan that provides educational and emotional support for orphaned students worldwide.

The Ashinaga Internship Program encompasses a variety of departments and functions. Interns have the ability to choose between a number of different fields within the organization, and we hope that by tapping the minds of intellectuals from all over the world we’ll be able to turn Ashinaga into an all-embracing, international NGO.

To date we have had over 500 interns from over 90 global universities in several dozen countries.

The Ashinaga Internship Program offers a hybrid structure for interns based in Japan, and a remote structure for interns residing in other countries.

How the internship works

Interns work with a variety of different teams at our HQ in Tokyo. They are guided through their projects by a dedicated team supervisor, simultaneously gaining transferable skills and an insight into working at an international NGO.

Interns will work a part-time flexible schedule (~20h/week) decided upon with their supervisors.

In addition to general team-based projects, interns will participate in several program-wide online events to learn more about how Ashinaga works, and also have the opportunity to interact with some Ashinaga scholars.

Program Benefits

  • Lunch stipend of 1,000JPY/working day
  • Work-related travel expenses (for interns currently living in the Japan only) 
  • Valuable working experience in an international non-profit with teammates, in a highly multicultural environment

How to Apply

As there are multiple intern positions open for application, please ensure that you have read through each position’s job description before applying. You will be allowed to indicate a first choice and second choice position in your application.

Certain positions also require you to submit an assignment together with the application form. Refer to the application website for each position’s job description and assignment prompt (if any)

Read through the job descriptions? Apply for the 2024-25 Fall-Winter Internship Program now! Deadline: Sunday, 28 July 2024, 23:59 Japan Time

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