Project Assistant – Cabo Verde

BOA-EMT is part of a collaboration is under review for potential award in Cabo Verde. This project involves an assessment of Cabo Verde’s national disaster management capabilities. If awarded, we are seeking a Project Assistant for part-time work which would primarily be location independent, but would involve a 2 week deployment to Cabo Verde in the next 12-18 months. The Project Assistant must be fluent in Portuguese, with bi-lingual and bi-cultural skills a major plus. Please e-mail: boa-emt.directors@gmail.com for further details.

BOA-EMT Internship Program – Humanitarian Analyst

We are currently seeking one interns to support our humanitarian analysis operations! While these internships are currently unpaid, BOA-EMT can provide mentorship and professional development, connections with high-leverage partners in the Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance Profession, a letter of recommendation, and potentially academic credit. 1:1 meetings will be conducted at Clark University or Boston University.

We are looking for a highly energetic individual with an interest in international affairs, climate change, social entrepreneurship, or humanitarian issues. Commitment is 5-8 hours per week, flexible, and location independent. Our intern will also have opportunities to participate in our meetings with partner agencies as they become available, including community meetings or public presentations.

To apply – please e-mail your resume and a brief cover letter to: boa.emt.directors@gmail.com. In the subject line, please indicate “ATTN: Humanitarian Analyst Intern.” We plan to screen applications and conduct interviews in April 2019, with the objective to onboard in the same month.

About our work culture: BOA-EMT has a diverse and highly-agile work culture. We prioritize respectful communication and a strengths-based approach. We fully recognize the time demands on students; we’ve been there ourselves! What we can provide is a solid experience for your resume, and real mentorship and advice on how to advance in our profession.