A associação Academics Stand Against Poverty (ASAP) reúne pesquisadores e acadêmicos do mundo todo em busca de soluções práticas para a pobreza e a desigualdade social. O Brasil contará com sua primeira conferência da ASAP em dezembro (o cronograma do evento pode ser encontrado no site da ASAP) e está em busca de estagiários que tenham interesse acadêmico na área. O prazo é dia 1 de dezembro. A carta programa da associação pode ser lida aqui.
Call for Applications: Winter Internships with Academics Stand Against Poverty
Academics Stand Against Poverty (ASAP) is seeking exceptionally talented and motivated students from around the world to join the team this winter.
ASAP is a global network of scholars using research, teaching, and advocacy to accelerate the end of poverty. Its core activities are promoting collaboration among poverty-focused academics, effective outreach to policy makers and broader public audiences, and helping academics turn their expertise into impact through on-the-ground projects.
ASAP internships take place both in-person in New Haven, Connecticut, and remotely from anywhere in the world—students outside of the New Haven area may submit work electronically and coordinate with ASAP staff via e-mail and Skype. All internships are UNPAID and entail a minimum commitment of 3 months of work, beginning December 1, with an average of 5-10 hours of work per week.
ASAP is currently recruiting for the following intern positions: IT, Communications, Fundraising, Graphic Design, and Research on Institutional Reform. Information about these positions is provided here.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and work begins December 1, 2013.