ICJ Kenya welcomes Internship Applications for an initial minimum period of three months. The recruitment of the interns will be done bi-annually. For placements in January, applications should be received not later than 30th November and not later than 30th April for June placements.
The aim of ICJ Kenya Internship Programme is to;
(i) Mentor and incubate law graduates through exposing then to the Vision and Mission
of ICJ Kenya;
(ii) Foster human rights champions with a passion for public and community service by
integrating them in implementation of ICJ Kenya’s interventions.
The selected Interns will be exposed to project management, programmatic design and
implementation research and administrative activities at ICJ Kenya.
(i) Criteria for Selection
(a) The Minimum qualifications for the position will be:
(i) A first degree in law.
(ii) Successful completion of Advocates Training Programme at the Kenya
School of Law.
(b) The minimum skills required for the Position will be:
(i) Exception Legal Research and Writing.
(ii) Communication and Presentation.
(iii) Knowledge and interest of ICJ Kenya’s work.
(iv) Demonstrated passion for human rights and community service.
(ii) Internship Period
The internship will be for an initial three months period and with a possibility of renewal for a
further three months depending on performance.
(iii) Application Process
Qualified graduates are encouraged to send in their Applications and attach a copy of their CV to
HR at email@example.com
Due to the limited space and the number of Applications received, only shortlisted candidates will