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Join the IHF Global Leadership Development Program
Posted by International Humanity Foundation, Nov 9th 2017

International Humanity Foundation

Industry  Education
Size  5 – 19 Employees
Location  Nakuru, Kenya
Website  https://www.ihfonline.org/
Twitter  @intlhumanity
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Internship Temporary Graduate


The Job

Location

Nakuru, Kenya  


Overview

In keeping with our vision of a world where global leaders have had meaningful cross-cultural experiences, the International Humanity Foundation (IHF) developed the Global Leadership Development (GLD) Program as a fast track to build a pipeline of future leaders.

The IHF Global Leadership Development Program is a non-credit, certificate program designed to help you:

  • Acquire leadership and management capacities that will enable you to lead in the ever-changing global environment

  • Develop a cross-cultural mindset that will allow you to lead in an increasingly globalized world

  • Gain practical experience in an NGO environment

  • Build a global network with people from diverse professional and cultural backgrounds

The Global Leadership Development Program takes a total of four (4) months to complete. During this time you will:

  • Be stationed at one of IHF’s five international centers

  • Complete rotational assignments in the core components of an international organisation (including center operations, community development, finance, fundraising, and communications)

  • Deliver real results while learning through hands-on, real-world experience

  • Receive coaching from senior leaders

  • Develop strong networks with senior leaders and program peers

  • Become part of the next generation of global leaders


Benefits

In addition to making a notable difference in the lives of children of the children we serve, you will also have access to the following benefits:

  • Certificate of program completion

  • Letter of recommendation upon request

  • Potential to stay on with IHF via a promotion to Center Co-Director  

  • Graduates of the program are prepared for manager level roles in global organisations, especially nonprofits

  • Participate in meaningful service and have a lasting impact on an impoverished community

  • Sharpen skills through service

  • Enhance your CV with international experience

  • Strengthen your leadership, problem-solving, and communication skills

  • Interact with locals, experience a different culture, and build cultural awareness

  • Sharpen your cultural intelligence

  • Learn to think, respond and quickly adapt to new cultural knowledge and unfamiliar situations

  • Explore new places and experience the richly varied world of the local community

  • Personal growth and development through a broader horizon

  • Join a global network of IHF volunteers and alumni


Eligibility

IHF is looking for individuals who can commit to the 4-month volunteer program with a strong interest in global leadership.


Volunteers accepted to this program will have: a relevant degree from an accredited university, previous international travel and volunteer experience, confidence using the English language, deep empathy for impoverished children and their communities, and a commitment to our Core Values.


Program Cost

Volunteers accepted into our Global Leadership Development Program are required to submit a $100 USD non-refundable deposit to hold their spot in this program. Accommodation and meals prepared by a local member of staff are included in this program.


Not included are your travel costs to and from our IHF Center, immunizations, travel insurance, and any spending money you wish to bring with you. Initial visa fees are the responsibility of the volunteer, however subsequent visa renewal fees will be covered by IHF.

Deadline

IHF accepts Global Leadership Development program applicants on a rolling basis | Apply using this link https://goo.gl/6utHri



The perfect candidate

Volunteers accepted to this program will have: a relevant degree from an accredited university, previous international travel and volunteer experience, confidence using the English language, deep empathy for impoverished children and their communities, and a commitment to our Core Values.


Language Skills

Minimum English requirements:

Understanding
C2 - Has no difficulty in understanding any kind of spoken language.
Writing
B2 - Can write clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects related to own interests.
Speaking
C1 - Uses language flexibly and effectively for social and professional purposes.

Remuneration

Undisclosed


Job start date

Starting ASAP


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