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Internship Brief

  • Suitable for: Students studying Human Resources
  • Project type: Unpaid educational internship
  • Location: from remote, only
  • Duration: 100 hours commitment over 3 months time
  • Start date: Project is on-going, and you can join at any time
  • Working hours and days: flexible
  • Reports to: Professionals doing good Director
  • University Credits: Yes. Upon presenting an internship agreement approved by your university


The intern will assist with volunteer recruitment, communications, program development and reporting. 

  • Develop and update job descriptions and job specifications
  • Prepare recruitment materials and post jobs to appropriate job board and social media platforms
  • Source and recruit volunteers through various techniques (databases, e-mail, social media etc.)
  • Provide analytical and well documented recruiting reports
  • Share volunteer’s stories on social media


  • College degree in HR Management preferred
  • Former experience in volunteer management, nice to have
  • Excellent command of the English language

Personal qualities and attitudes to be successful in the project

  • Structured and organized
  • Independent and self-reliable
  • Able to communicate and work with diverse people

Supporting Documentations

  • CV
  • Copy of passport
  • Copy of relevant qualifications
  • University Internship Agreement or References


  • Learn something new – unique look into the inner workings of a start-up non-profit organization in a developing country
  • Leave a lasting impression – The satisfaction of contributing to an organization whose final goal is to tackle skills shortage of local labor force
  • Meet new people – Collaborate with a wide range of local socially conscious organizations, from NGOs to responsible businesses and have a unique and broad insight on how they operate


About Professionals doing good

  • Professionals doing good is a group of professionals, based in Siem Reap Cambodia, who are dedicated to igniting and supporting connections that will fuel organizations and communities to move forward. They believe that local people are the leaders of their own communities and that sustainable, long term impact is possible when those with the right skills are in the right place passing these skills onto locals.