An Internship that Makes an Impact
Are you looking for an opportunity to grow and develop your skills in a non-profit environment? The Lisbon Project loves welcoming new interns! Here you will have the chance to work in a fun professional context with amazing people that show up to work every day ready to give their best to create change in our city.
Regardless of your tasks, you will certainly gain valuable experience and increase your knowledge in preparation for the next chapter in your life. While building your resume, you will get access to the operations of a non-profit organization working in the field of migration.
Additionally, and most importantly, you will form relationships that will positively impact others, while hopefully also blessing you in return.
Please review the internship positions and only apply if you meet the requirements. If none of these positions fit your profile, feel free to email us with ideas of how you think you can contribute. We look forward to hearing from you!
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we are happy to provide necessary supervision and documents for academic internships.
Interns are given more management and coordination responsibilities, require a bigger time commitment and are provided with closer supervision for learning purposes. Volunteers serve in more hands on practical and punctual activities.
t depends on the internship position. But in many cases, you don’t have to speak Portuguese. Fluency in English is a compulsory and we love interns who speak Arabic, Kurdish and/or French!
Unfortunately this is not possible. Most of our internships require a minimum of 3-6 months minimum.
We do not provide any of these.
Most of our internships require a commitment of about 30 hours per week.
Only partially. Due to COVID-19 our interns are currently asked to work partially at the Lisbon Project and partially from home.