FWLD provides national and international students an opportunity to obtain experience in the field of research, legal system, advocacy and other initiatives undertaken by it. This will help students to learn more about the organization and its work and will help us achieve our mission.
Students should have completed their bachelor degree in law in order to apply for the internship. Excellent communication skills either in English or Nepali and knowledge of computer would be an advantage.
Application & Selection Process
Interested students should fill in the form attached herewith and send it to email@example.com along with the Curriculum Vitae. Form once received will be reviewed by the Management Committee of the organization and selected applicants will be informed within a month.
The Intern will work under the supervision of a Project coordinator or Program Officers.
Internship can be done from one month to maximum of three months.
All internships are volunteer based.
Office & Related Facilities
FWLD will provide stationery, computer with internet for working but would encourage to bring own laptops if possible..
Reporting, Evaluation & Certificate
FWLD will issue a Certificate to interns based on their detailed report of the work submitted to the supervisor and their performance during the internship period.
Internship doesn’t guarantee job placement.
Please fill up the questionnaire form below: