Program Intern

Project Humane Nepal is a non-profit organization whose mission is to break the cycle of fear and abuse toward street dogs and mistreatment of pet dogs through its educational programming, and thus reduce dog suffering and bite cases. We are dedicated to raising awareness about dog welfare issues and empowering the youth and the community to change the lives of animals around them, particularly stray dogs. 

Program Intern

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Duration: 1-year contract

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Keeps accurate records in order to track and report monthly outreach activity
  • Procure program supplies and materials; re-order and update as necessary. Organize procurement and maintain program materials, supplies and equipment
  • Produce videos, take photos, to promote animal welfare and PHN programs
  • Assist the team in developing and executing dog welfare education programs
  • Plan, schedule and deliver dog welfare education programs
  • Contact schools, community organisations, and other educational centers in order to schedule programs
  • Assist with community outreach events; promote PHN and our education program at community and fundraising events
  • Assist the Program Co-ordinator in preparing newsletter
  • Regularly update and maintain content on PHN’s website, and other communication channels
  • Handle PHN’s social media accounts; create engaging content and update regularly
  • Performs other duties as necessary to help team meet program goals
  • Respond to general inquiries and follow up as needed
  • Support in other programmatic tasks as required


  • Completed a Bachelor’s degree from the field of Education/teaching, Communications, Social work, or related major or equivalent seeking for internship positions
  • At least one year of related work experience, relevant to teaching, training or development, especially community-orientated is an advantage
  • Strong public speaking skills including experience presenting information to a wide variety of audiences 
  • Excellent communication (verbal + written) and counselling skills in English and Nepali
  • Must be competent at speaking with the public, mostly children, about animal welfare issues 
  • Demonstrated ability to engage, inspire and instruct children 
  • Strong classroom management skills
  • Positive attitude as well as ability to be self-motivated and disciplined
  • Passion for and commitment to the welfare of animals and PHN’s mission
  • Ability to perform well under the pressure of a busy schedule
  • Ability to function well as a team member
  • Energetic, hard-working, and a team player; good interpersonal skills
  • Proficient computer skills
  • Must be able to manage multiple projects efficiently

Applying Procedure:

Please email your resume (with two references) and a thoughtful cover letter outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position to: [email protected] by Jan 19 2020stating the position on the subject line. 

Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. Only short-listed candidates whose applications respond to the above criteria, will be contacted for further screening process.

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