ADHOC takes on interns to work on specific projects and to assist the different programs—land and natural resources rights; human rights; women’s and children’s rights; and the ECCC. As a non-profit organization, ADHOC does not have the resources to pay interns. Interns stay at ADHOC usually for a minimum of three months.
ADHOC can only take a limited number of interns at any one time. Interested applicants will be contacted as and when spaces becomes available.
To apply for an internship with ADHOC, please send your CV and a cover letter outlining your academic/professional background and what areas you would like to work in, to Mr. Neil Loughlin, Technical Assistant to ADHOC’s Human Rights and Legal Aid Program: email@example.com