Top 6 Upcoming Internship You Can Apply Now

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If you are looking for Internship opportunities, here are some upcoming Internship you can apply now.

Top 6 Upcoming Internship You Can Apply Now

Here are Top 6 Upcoming Internship you can apply now.

 1. The Sky Global Summer Exchange & Internship Program

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About the internship 

The Sky Global Summer Exchange & Internship Program, jointly created by the Turkish Aerospace Industries and Yunus Emre Institute, takes place over five weeks between July 18, 2022, and August 19, 2022. You will receive four weeks of internship training at the Turkish Aerospace Industries facilities in Ankara, Turkey, and one week of cultural activities.

Sky Global Summer Exchange & Internship Program offers you 4 weeks of training and internship at Turkish Aerospace Industries facilities in Ankara, Turkey and 1 week of cultural activities.


The program will cover accommodation, meals, and travel expenses. There is no application fee for the program. Selected applicants will be awarded a total of 3.300 Turkish Lira (TRY) stipend payments for the duration of the program.


  1. Ability to fluently read, write, and speak in English. (CEFR Standards – C1 level)
  2. Are currently enrolled in a higher education institution (junior and senior) or a master’s degree program in one of the following fields of studies:
  3. Aerospace Engineering

    b. Aeronautical Engineering

    c. Mechanical Engineering

    d. Electronics Engineering

    e. Computer Engineering

  4. Have a 3.00/4.00 CGPA/GNO or equivalent score as of the application date
  5. Have no restrictions to travel to the Republic of Türkiye
  6. Are over 18 years old

Deadline:  April 30, 2022.

For how to apply and other details check the sponsoring organization’s website <<Here>>

2. World Bank Legal Internship Program 2022

World Bank Legal Internship Program

About the internship

The World Bank Legal Vice Presidency offers highly-motivated law students an opportunity to be exposed to the mission and work of the World Bank and that of the Legal Vice Presidency. The World Bank Legal Internship Program allows individuals to bring new perspectives, innovative ideas, and latest research experiences into the World Bank’s daily operations and improve their legal skills while working in a multicultural environment.

The objective of the program is to provide you first-hand experiences of the day-to-day operations of the World Bank by closely collaborating with staff in the Legal Vice Presidency. As part of our team, working directly with outstanding and inspiring development professionals and senior management, you will get the chance to contribute to the legal services offered by the Legal Vice Presidency as well as participate in high-profile events and conferences organized during the term of your internship. The Legal Internship Program is offered thrice a year for a period of maximum three months at World Bank Headquarters in Washington, D.C. and in certain selected country offices for currently enrolled law school students.


Visa:   The World Bank shall only assist attainment of visa documents for participants of the World Bank Legal Internship Program in exceptional cases.

Cost:  Each World Bank Legal Intern will be remunerated in accordance with World Bank Group policies and standards in the form of (i) monetary fees/compensation paid by the university or other sponsoring organization and acceptable to the Bank; or (ii) academic credit equivalent to the Bank’s fee schedule.


  • Do you hold citizenship of any IBRD member state?
  • Are you enrolled in an LLB, JD, LLM, SJD, PhD, or equivalent legal academic program while you would be undertaking your internship with us?  (e.g. if you apply for the Summer Cycle of LIP, you must be enrolled in an eligible legal academic program between June and August)
  • Do you have an excellent command of the English language?

If you have answered yes to all these questions, you are eligible to be an intern in the Legal Vice Presidency.  Preference shall be given to candidates who possess a decent command of a second language, especially if that is one of the working languages of IBRD (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, or Spanish).

Deadline:  April 30, 2022

For how to apply and other details check the sponsoring organization’s website <<Here>>

3. IBM Software Engineering Internship (AI)

IBM Software Engineering Internship

About the internship 

IBM Software Engineering Internship (AI) is  a unique 12-week paid internship that offers personal and professional development including mentorship from leading technology researchers and will be held at  their  Research Lab in Nairobi.

At IBM, work is more than a job – it’s a calling: To build. To design. To code. To consult. To think along with clients and sell. To make markets. To invent. To collaborate. Not just to do something better, but to attempt things you’ve never thought possible. Are you ready to lead in this new era of technology and solve some of the world’s most challenging problems? Then this internship is for you. 


This program will give you an opportunity to work on meaningful technology solutions, develop scalable software systems, interact and collaborate with top research scientists in AI, health informatics, statistics, among others – all of which requires research, asking the right questions, curiosity, and thinking outside the box.

As a Software Engineering Intern, you will work on research questions that are of interest to IBM and have access to a vast number of tools and resources within the global IBM community to help you succeed. Depending on your background and experience, you will be working in one of the following areas: AI Science, AI Engineering, Accelerated Discovery and Industries Research.


  • Enrolled in a bachelor’s or master’s degree program in Computer Science or related technical field.
  • Experience with Data Structures or Algorithms.
  • Experience in Software Development and coding.
  • Experience in coding using one of the following programming languages, including but not limited to: Java, JavaScript, NodeJS or Python.

Deadline:  unspecified (ongoing)

For how to apply and other details check the sponsoring organization’s website <<Here>>


4.  J-PAL Africa Internships 2022

upcoming internship

About the internship 

J-PAL is a global research center working to reduce poverty by ensuring that policy is informed by scientific evidence. J-PAL is based at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Africa office is based at the University of Cape Town (UCT) with a satellite office in Johannesburg. J-PAL is a dynamic team of motivated individuals who work with a global network of academic development economists.

J-PAL Africa invites you to apply for an internship in our research, policy and communications teams. The location of each internship is included in the descriptions below.

Girls Education & Empowerment Policy Internship

The Girls’ Education and Empowerment Portfolio aims to improve the lives of adolescent girls by ensuring that policy is informed by scientific evidence. Our team supports governments in the design of policies and programmes targeted at adolescent girls through the careful application of global evidence to local contexts throughout West Africa. The successful candidate will support scoping opportunities for evidence use and generation in the gender-equity space, map potential partnerships and drive forward our agenda by crafting communications content and engagement strategies for various partners. This internship is remote or in-person and has a flexible start date of June/July. Individuals from anywhere in Africa are eligible to apply.

DigiFI Policy Internship

J-PAL Africa hosts a research initiative on digital identity and payments in Africa, DigiFI. Our team of policy staff and postdoctoral fellows build partnerships with governments and other stakeholders to understand their priorities, and fund research projects all across the continent. We are looking for an excellent communicator and organiser to support our continued outreach efforts. The successful candidate would be expected to support the request for proposals process to facilitate decisions on project funding, project development, and evidence dissemination. This internship is remote or in-person and has a flexible start date of June/July. Individuals from anywhere in Africa are eligible to apply.

Research Internship

Research interns will support lab-in-field style data collection activities in Johannesburg as part of an ongoing labour market study. Activities include desk-based research, data analysis, assisting with fieldwork, events coordination as well as developing of project materials.

This internship is in-person in Johannesburg and has a flexible start date of June/July. Only those with the legal right to work either part time or full time in South Africa will be considered.

Communications Internship

The intern will support the implementation of J-PAL’s communications strategy, and actively gather and analyse information about J-PAL Africa’s target audiences. The intern will also support the delivery of J-PAL Africa’s communications activities and content generation such as synthesizing evidence, drafting tweets and organising events as needed. This internship is remote and has a start date of the beginning of May. Individuals from anywhere in Africa are eligible to apply.


Internships are paid, and positions can be structured as either part- or full-time.


  • A degree in Economics, Statistics, Development or related field OR studying towards a degree in these fields and in the final year.
  • For MicroMasters students: At least one completed MicroMasters course. Preference will be given to applicants with competitive MicroMasters course grades (75% and above) who have completed multiple DEDP courses (particularly Data Analysis for Social Scientists and Designing and Running Randomized Evaluations). Applicants should indicate which MicroMasters courses they have completed in their application and include a copy of their program record (available through the MicroMasters portal).
  • Strong interest in social policy and development research.
  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • Excellent communicator.
  • Ability to speak French, in addition to English, is highly advantageous for the policy internships.
  • Ability to speak a South African language, in addition to English, is highly advantageous for the research internship.
  • Ability to code in R or Stata or a similar software is advantageous, particularly for the research internship.

Deadline:  Deadline varies. However, latest deadline is 1 August 2022

For how to apply and other details check the sponsoring organization’s website <<Here>>

5. International Development  Internship (IDI)2022/23

International Development Internship (IDI)2022/23

About the internship 

The International Development Internship is critical for young undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing a career in international development to gain experience in field work, research, and writing. Candidates are trained on the job by being assigned difficult tasks that must be performed within a certain amount of time. Candidates must also be open-minded, willing to accept errors, have good character, be able to work independently, and have a strong academic profile that includes problem-solving, time management, and critical thinking skills.

As an Intern at the Green Minds Empowerment Foundation, you will be guided through individual tailored training and mentorship on the importance of international development and how to hone your professional skills in order to become an asset in public sector management and leadership in Africa and around the world.


  • At the start of the internship, you will receive an appointment letter, and at the end of the internship, you will receive a certificate of completion.
  • Outstanding interns will be suggested for paid consultation projects in international non-governmental organizations and private sector enterprises based on their performance.
  • Successful interns’ names will be published on our website, along with information about t heir internship successes and career goals. This is a kind of marketing that allows employers to search for available interns among our cohorts.
  • Interns will learn about international development from experienced practitioners from civil society, academia, government, international organizations, and think tanks.
  • Interns will gain a thorough understanding of industry principles and best practices.
  • Candidates will be able to build their professional network and increase their career confidence.


  • Undergraduate and graduate students, as well as entry-level professionals, who are interested in public sector management, humanitarian intervention, international development, field work projects, research analysis, and data collection.
  • Anyone who wants to make a difference in the field of international development.
  • People with a technical background who want to improve their skills, particularly in the use of a variety of research and data analysis software.
  • People who don’t have a technological background yet want to try new things in their careers.

Deadline:  15th August 2022

For how to apply and other details check the sponsoring organization’s website <<Here>>


6. Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Africa Studies Internship 2022

Council on Foreign Relations

About the internship 

Founded in 1921, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is a leading nonprofit membership organization, research center, and publisher, with headquarters in New York, an office in Washington, DC, and programs nationwide. It is dedicated to increasing America’s understanding of the world and contributing ideas to U.S. foreign policy. CFR’s 5,000+ members are leaders in international affairs and foreign policy. CFR also publishes Foreign Affairs, the preeminent magazine on global issues, and provides up-to-date information about the world and U.S. foreign policy on its award-winning website,

CFR’s internships are funded by the generous gifts of the Blavatnik Family Foundation, Robina Foundation, and the Franklin Williams Family.

The intern will work with the Africa studies team to assist with the goal of providing informed expert analysis for the policy and diplomatic communities. The major responsibilities of the interns will include (but are not limited to):

  • Conducting research as requested by the research associate and/or fellow on a variety of topics related to Africa and the future of Africa
  • Track developments in Africa
  • Assist with writing and editing content for blogs, articles, and policy briefs, as necessary


The selected interns are given the opportunity to receive training in the area of foreign policy; as well as skills training in areas such as writing, research, and program planning. Also, CFR’s interns are paid.


  • Undergraduate student, majoring in political science, African studies, international relations, U.S. Foreign Policy, public policy, or a related field
  • All applicants should have completed the equivalent of four semesters of college coursework (not including AP classes in high school) by the time they begin an internship
  • Prior internship experience, especially in nonprofit or think tank work, a plus
  • Excellent research, writing, editing, and proofreading skills

Deadline:  Not specified (currently ongoing)

For how to apply and other details check the sponsoring organization’s website <<Here>>

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