Kathmandu 10/24/2017 - 11/4/2017

Position Details

  • 1
  • Bachelors(Undergraduate)
  • Governance, Reforms, Policy
  • Kathmandu

Summary of Position


The Democracy and Governance Office intern will support USAID/Nepal development assistance activities in this sector.  The intern will be a highly motivated individual interested in the development field, especially in Democracy and Governance sectors, and wishes to continue further education or seek employment upon completion of Internship program.  The Democracy and Governance Office includes activities involving Elections and Political Process, Human Trafficking, Conflict and Governance.  The intern will report directly to the designated mentor during the twelve month internship program.



  • Completion of bachelor's degree in relevant field
  • Basic computer knowledge
  • Knowledge of Nepal’s political, economic,social and cultural characteristics
  • Strong critical thinking skills
  • Must be able to work in English (speaking, writing, and reading)


  • Previous experience with non governmental organizations, donors, or the media University diploma/degree
  • Enjoys reading the newspaper and is aware of current events
  • Ability to research and write reports in English

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Application Method

Interested applicants should submit a recent resume and an application letter that outlines your interest and qualifications for the internship with USAID/Nepal.  

Please clearly specify the position you are applying for and send your application to the attention of USAID/Nepal Human Resources Office no later than November 4, 2017.

Applications may be sent electronically to the USAID/HR email address at: [email protected]

Applications received after the deadline will not be considered. The duration of each internship program will be for one year starting on or aboutJanuary2018 and ending in December 2018.

Only short listed applicants will be contacted to participate in the hiring process.
For the Internship Program, USAID welcomes applicants from disadvantaged, underrepresented, and/or underserved groups in Nepal because of caste (e.g., Dalits), disability, ethnicity (e.g., indigenous), gender identification (e.g., intersex, third gender, transgender),
geographic origin (e.g., Madhesi, remote rural areas), religion (e.g., Muslims), and/or sexual orientation (e.g., lesbian, gay, bisexual), among other factors.

Note:To apply for the position please follow the above instruction.