If you are interested in getting involved with MBBI as an intern, please let us know. MBBI accepts internship applications on a rolling basis. If no internship opportunities are listed above, you may provide a resume/CV, two references, and cover letter that explains your interest in interning for MBBI as well as your availability (calendar dates & hours per week) to Benjamin Lutz, Communications & Operations Manager. Applications that do not include a resume/CV will not be considered. Internships at MBBI are unpaid, virtual, and have no citizenship requirements.
"MBBI provides a valuable insight into the peacebuilding and conflict resolution field. Meeting people who have decades of experience certainly provides a clear season of what it's like to have a career in the peacebuilding field."
"Taking part in planning and participating in community dialogue provided me the opportunity to practice my conflict resolution skills and challenge myself with new ideas and perspectives."
"My time with MBBI has been rewarding and has given me the opportunity to grow as a professional. Being a social media intern has helped me to be more attentive to media growth and marketing strategies."
MBBI Internship Benefits
Opportunities with MBBI help you gain work experience and develop personal and professional confidence in the workplace. Through your work with MBBI, you will have access to a global network of peacebuilders. This is in addition to the possibilities to participate in and engage with Regional and Working Groups, Projects, and Committees. MBBI interns also enjoy mentorship opportunities with other professionals in their desired careers, observe and interact with role models, and create a more impressive, well-balanced resume. Most importantly, working with MBBI allows interns to connect theories, ideas, and dreams with best practice models.
Skills gained through interning with MBBI:
- Oral and Written Communication
- Marketing and Public Relations
- Collaborative approaches