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Microfinance Internships Abroad

Overview
A group of Microfinance interns help entrepreneurs in developing countries
  • Role: Working alongside small loan and business development projects at a grassroots level to help local entrepreneurs get their businesses started.
  • Requirements:
    • None for Senegal and Tanzania.
    • Some related education for Cambodia.
    • Interns should be a minimum of 18 years old for Ghana.
Project Info

Interns with an interest in entrepreneurship and finance will gain practical work experience with a Projects Abroad Microfinance internship, while making a worthy contribution to developing countries. This internship is ideal for students interested in business, international development, and microcredit or professionals looking to gain international experience.

Interns on the Microfinance project works with local seamstress to give small loans for international development

As a Microfinance intern, you can work with a variety of projects across the globe, from Africa to Asia. The goal of many of these projects is to support small and local businesses and help entrepreneurs develop a sustainable future for themselves.

Microfinance interns undertake various roles during their internships. You will perform tasks such as reading though business plans, developing marketing strategies, conducting workshops, providing business guidance and support, and more. Wherever you go, you will be directly involved in the process of developing small businesses in a developing country and helping people rise above poverty.

Intern in Microfinance Abroad

Microfinance projects run all year round so you can join at any time. You do not need any previous experience but it is important that you have a strong interest in the field. You should also be flexible, able to communicate well, and be eager to learn.

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