post-title Quest4Change Charity Internship

Quest4Change Charity Internship

Quest4Change Charity Internship

Quest News

Are you interested in forging a career in the charity sector? Quest4Change is offering one internship giving you the opportunity to get hands on experience within our grassroots international development charity.

This will be a varied role, focused on fundraising, you will develop a range of experience and we will support you to attend training courses and seminars to build your key skills. This is a great opportunity for a hard working, motivated, enthusiastic individual with an interest in the charity sector. The internship is open to undergraduates, graduates and people looking for a career move into the charity sector.

What’s in it for you?

* An insight into the charity sector
* The chance to develop key fundraising skills
* Help us build a school in Peru
* The opportunity to research, write and edit reports and proposals
* A dedicated member of staff to support you throughout your internship
* A reference on completion of your internship

Quest4Change is unable to offer paid internships, however we will cover reasonable travel expenses. We can only accept interns who are available to commit themselves for 2/3 days a week for a minimum period of 3 months. We offer flexible working hours.

Quest4Change works with partner organisations on small scale grassroots projects in Africa and South America targeting the specific causes of poverty and environmental destruction. One of our main aims is to improve basic health and education infrastructure for the poorest people living in the communities we work with. We aim to establish strong relationships with each project partner; a minimum five year commitment is integral to the work we do, helping us ensure that we make a positive and tangible difference to the lives of the people with whom we work.

Interested candidates should e-mail CV’s with a covering letter to Please feel free to contact Heather by e-mail or on 01273 777206 if you have any questions about the role.