FELLOWSHIPS

Padi's singular strength is our ability to design volunteer projects based on the goals, strengths and specific interests of students. Our team is dedicated to co-creating a rewarding and impactful experience for all sides involved. 

 

All fellowships are unpaid. Below is a list of the most current volunteer opportunities Many internships are designed off-the-list, with the involvement of the applicant and on-the-ground partners. There are opportunities in all sectors - private, private and hybrid - in fields of impact assessment, social enterprise, community development, eduction, health, marketing, strategic consulting, refugees, women and others.

 

Some of the descriptions below are more specific than others. In all cases, scope of work and project description is worked out at a later stage, following conversations and agreements between students and employers.  Many fellowships are open to more than one applicant. 

For more information, please contact padi at info@padi-internship.com

 

2019 Fellowships

Business and Social Entrepreneurship


Social Enterprise/Education/Women CAB is one of the leading social enterprises of Indonesia focusing on education and economic empowerment. Started as a foundation working on microfinance more than 20 years ago, YCAB now has a growing youth empowerment program, 49 learning centers, a profitable social enterprise, and has brought impact to more than 3.3 million underprivileged youths. YCAB is looking for graduate student volunteers to work any of the following project: Impact evaluation and social impact measurement models Design a strategy and business model for implementing Do Something model in Indonesia. YCAB has bought the licence to implement Do Something in INdonesia and is looking for a plan to do so. Social Enterprise/Women DuAnyam Du'Anyam is an up and coming social enterprises, founded by three young women, including a dynamic Harvard Business Graduate in her 20s. Founders presented to a wide audinece at the latest IMF/World Bank meeting in Bali. DuAnyam produces and distributes wicker crafts to empower women, promote culture, and improve health and livelihoods in rural Indonesia.There is a range of internship possibilities here. Specifically, DuAnyam needs data analysis, and work on impact data, production data and shipping data. Depending on the interest, there is also a need in improving current data collection method and metrics for future business strategy. Taman Bacaan Pelangi / Rainbow Reading Gardens The Rainbow Reading Gardens is a leading, highly successful and growing organization dedicated to establishing and managing reading libraries throughout Indonesia. Please review the webiste and, if intereted, we will design a challanging, strategic and rewarding experience for you.




Sustainable Development


​​Javara is another leading social enterprise working on heritage organic products and biodiversity. It works across agricultural value chains from production to distribution. To date, Javara has created over 600 artisanal products and works with over 50,000 smallholder farmers across Indonesia. There are internship opportunities for MBA or graduate students interested in specific aspects of sustainable and social business operations.
Sumba Hospitality Foundaiton, on Sumba Island, Indonesia (Eco-tourism) Indonesia is making concerted efforts to develop remote areas of the country in ways that provide jobs and education in a sustainable and environmentally sensitive ways. The Sumba Hospitality Foundation operates on the island of Sumba, which has some of the most pristine beaches in the world. It has a unique indigenous culture and is attracting top architects and development specialists to try and build strong and prospecting communities. Sumba Foundation runs a well-organized hospitality school with leaders and volunteers from Europe and the US. Internship: The foundation is looking for an intern for 6-7 weeks to work on creating ideas and content for their social media and managing the various platforms. Work may also entail developing and helping with marketing strategy for the hospitality school, as well as connecting partnerships with hospitality industry partners. As an intern you will be provided room and board.




Education


Sampoerna Schools System There are a number of opportunities within the bigger Sampoerna school system for students interested in education. In specific, there are opportunties for custom-designed work on curriculum development, , education technologyimproving teachers performance, evaluation, and others. Garuda Cendekia School This Middle & High School runs an inclusive program, including one for children with special needs. Volunteers needed to help with curriculum development, parents workshops and teachers' training. Internships: The school is looking for one or two interns with knowledge in Early Childhood education, special needs kids projects, teacher training, and parents seminars/ education. ReachOut Foundation This is a non-profit that provides free preschool education for children living in poverty throughout Indonesia. ReachOut Foundation has built and operates seven schools in the Jakarta housing projects and has just begun the process of expanding the program to Papua. Internship: The foundaiton is looking for interns with knowledge of Early Childhood Education, Social Media Strategy, Curriculum Development, Grant Writing, Digital Image Specialist, Graphic Design, or Photography. Rumah Kepik (Ladybugs) This is a preschool for ages 2 to 5 years old in Bekasi (at the outskirts of Jakarta) that focuses on purposeful play to prepare children to be independent and inquisitive learners. Internships: The school is looking for one or two interns with knowledge in Early Childhood education, special needs kids projects, teacher training, and parents seminars/ education. Peduli Anak Lombok Island (East of Bali) Peduli Anak is a non-governmental organization in Lombok, dedicated to improve the quality of life for underprivileged children in Indonesia. Since its establishment in 2006, Peduli Anak has helped over 2000 children by providing a home, education, family care, medical treatment and legal support. In 2012, we received Grade A accreditation for our Primary School from the Indonesian Ministry of Education. Following in 2015, we received another Grade A accreditation as a Child Social Welfare Institution from the Indonesian Ministry of Social Affairs. Today, Peduli Anak is highly regarded and is a shining example of a charitable organization in Indonesia. As the largest child development center in the province, Peduli Anak has: • Helped over 2000 street children, orphans, abandoned and abused children through our residential care. • 100 children living in residential care. • Run a free-of-charge primary school for underprivileged children, which combine National curriculum and enrichment programs such as Art, English, Computer, and Personal Development. • Supervised 150 high-risk children and their families under Child Social Welfare Program with the Ministry of Social Affairs. • Mediated and reunited children with their families. • Helped children to obtain legal documents such as birth certificates and legal assistance in child’s exploitation and abuse cases. • Several of our first generation children are currently studying in college/university. Internships: The organization is currently looking for interns in the fields of Psychology, Social Work, Early Childhood Education, and Social Media and Marketing. The Peduli Anak Lombok placement is a one to six month opportunity to delve into your field of study and apply it in real cases within the scope of child development work in a reputable NGO. Previous interns have developed workshops and trainings for our counselors and staff, assessment and evaluation tools, as well as worked alongside our staff to observe and assess specific cases. Interns will spend time develop and deliver their project, workshop or training based on their observations on the field, as well as take part in daily activities in the Foundation such as classroom co-teaching, organizing after school activities, home visits, and more, depending on their skills and interests.




Environment


Coaction.id Coaction is a think tank focused on renewable energy and environmental policy is looking for an intern interested in sustainable development and energy, based in Jakarta. Ernest and Young Climate Change and Sustainability Group
The EY Climate Cha nge and Sustainability group works on helping companies prepare for the regulartory and business challanges that arise from climate change. The group also works on ways to embed sustainability into core business practices to achieve short-term and long-term value. More about the group's work, you can find here. For specific internship opportuniteis with the group, please email us at info@padi-internship.com




Social and Community Development


GK (Gerekan Kepedulian), Jakarta GK is a leading NGO based in Jakarta working on community development, youth empowerment and social entrepreneurship. GK is increasingly involved in coordinating the work of other NGOs, community groups, and government programs working in specific communities. Our Padi team has visited sites of GK, including early childhood education programs and entrepreneurship programs centered around farmers cooperatives and youth empowerment programs. In the summer of 2017 and 2018 interns from Johns Hopkins and Cornell universities volunteered for the organization in developing youth programs, as well as working on GK's organizational growth. The Learning Farm The Learning Farm is a residential organic farm for street and vulnerable youth. It is looking for interns to work on one of the following: 1) impact-measurement; 2) curriculum implementation and teacher training.




Technology and Social Start-Ups


Touchten.com Touchten is Indonesia's leading, award-winning, data-driven gaming company. It creates mobile games for women in the USA and Europe. It is looking for fellows in the areas of: CRM, Data Analysis & Date Science, UI/UX Designers, Game designers, Quality Assurance.
Qlue

Qlue is a company focused on implementing smart city technology to push for a sustainable, safer city overall, and promotes government transparency and accountability. It works closely with city institutions, local communities, police departments in combating threats such as drugs, terrorism, and other crime related reports.

It is looking for business-minded and research-savy fellow interns for a period of 2-6 months.

Internship position 1: Market research - Under the direction of the business development team, you will perform a variety of market research and analysis activities. (more details upon request)

Internship position 2: Data Analysis - In this role, you will work together with Qlue's developers to develop the quality living index in the city by analyzing the citizen behavior, government policy and Qlue’s data. The position is ideal for someone who is creative and have solved complex problems with data systems.

Duithape Duithape is a social for profit Fintech startup providing financial services to the bottom of the pyramid. The focus to facilitate financial transaction using mobile phone for 80% of the Indonesian population who are still unbanked; including to deep rural areas that has not yet been covered by banking services. Dhithape is looking for a fellow to work on measuring social impact and possibly other tasks.




Consulting


There is an opportunity to intern with consulting groups in Indonesia.
There are also opportunties for student consulting in any of the areas mentioned above - enterprise, impact investment, etc. We facilitate consulting work with NGOs and community organizations. Please do not hesitate to reach us.




Public Health and Health Policy


Pencerah Nusantara PN is a leading public health and health advocacy group, working to change national health care through community-focused efforts and policy implementation. We can help you design an internship program focused on various aspects of PN’s work: health policy implementation and measurability; private-public partnerships, community-based efforts for nutrition improvement interventions, and basic medical treatments; anti-smoking campaigns and others. 1000 Days Fund Students with interest in consulting or public health are encouraged to look into this opportunity. The project works on maternal and newborn health, stunting and chronic malnutrition. The organization works directly with women at the village level, and has pilot projects at various places in Indonesia. A priority will be given to students with knowledge of Indonesian.




Finance and Microfinance


Sovereign’s Capital An opportunity to intern with a VC fund in Jakarta that focuses on investing in companies run by women or majority women-based companies. Sovereign Capital does a lot of impact investment.

Mekar Mekar is a microcredit company with a focus on women. Great opportunty to learn about microfinance, women-focused finance and social entrepreneurship.





2018 Internships

Business and Social Entrepreneurship


Krakakoa Krakakoa (kra-ka-ko-a) is an award-winning, “bean-to-bar” (vertically integrated) chocolate maker that was founded as “Kakoa” in 2013 in Lampung, Sumatera. The company was founded by two ex-McKinsey consultants, Sabrina Mustopo (Indonesian) and Simon Wright (South African), who are driven to improve the lives of people living at the bottom of the pyramid and to preserve the world’s biodiversity and natural heritage. As such, “Kakoa” was founded with a mission to improve the lives of Indonesian cocoa farmers and the sustainability of cocoa farming sector. INTERNSHIPS:
1. Social media Development: A student interested in developing social media content. This is idea for someone interested in art, photography, media and communications.
2. Strategic Business Development: A student interested in business development and strategic initiatives. This is an excellent opportunity for a student with business or marketing major.

KMK Online: KMK Online is a digital service provider, which currently owns a number of digital portals for news and video, as well as sports and entertainment portals. It also owns KlikDokter.com, a leading online health consultation and also BBM, a popular messaging app especially in Indonesia. With the passion to provide digital services to our entire nation, KMK Online is building a "One Stop Online Services" and focused on creating growth for Emtek Group in the online industry. INTERNSHIPS: 1. UX Design Researcher * Conduct usability research both online and in the field and provide recommendations for improvement.
* Collect and analyze user behavior through field visits, surveys, desk research, online analytics and experiments (A/B testing).
* Work with users, designers, product managers to prioritize research opportunities in an agile environment.
* Advocate research findings to diverse audiences through written reports and in-person presentations. 2. Data Analytics
* Acquiring and querying data from primary or secondary data sources.
* Analyze data produced from KMK various products (Liputan6, Bintang, Bola, KlikDokter, Vidio) ~ 135 million monthly unique users.
* Work with our users, designers, product managers to give insight and evaluation of any new or existing features.
* Publish clear and accurate data visualizations and reports per user requests. Du'Anyam Du'Anyam is a social enterprise that produces and distributes wicker crafts to empower women and improve maternal and child health in rural Indonesia. By leveraging and existing yet underdeveloped skills and resources, Du'Anyam provides additional off-farm income opportunities for women of childbearing age, increasing their financial capabilities to access better nutrition and health services. Today Du'Anyam works with over 400 women across 17 villages in East Flores District, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia, improving their income by 40%. Our social enterprise models have been recognized by MIT IDEAS Global Challenge, Global Social Venture Competition by UC Berkeley - Haas Business School, NUS Crossing the Chasm Challenge, and UnLtd Indonesia. INTERNSHIPS: Seeking graduate students interns in the field of:
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Marketing & Sales
  • Finance
  • Design (Product or Fashion)
Toraja Melo Toraja Melo supports Indonesian weavers and the preservation and rejuvenation of Indonesian hand-woven textile. Toraja Melo started working in Toraja, South Sulawesi in 2008. Presently, in partnership with PEKKA (Perempuan Kepala Keluarga - Association of Women Headed Households), TORAJA MELO works with communities of around 1,000 weavers in Toraja and Mamasa in South Sulawesi and Adonara & Lembata islands in Nusa Tenggara Timur. In 2018, TORAJA MELO will focus on textile and product design for community training programs. Additionally, TORAJA MELO will strive to increase sales to individuals and corporations. The intern will have a desk at Toraja Melo office in Kemang Jakarta. TORAJA MELO does not provide any financial support to the intern. The intern will need to travel to Adonara & Lembata to understand the way of life and the struggle of the weavers there. The intern will work under the guidance of our Business Advisor, Aparna Saxena together with our Sales team in Jakarta. Requirements: - Can do research and write proposals. The intern should be able to advise which grants to apply for - Knows Indonesian market or can pick up information about it quickly - Microsoft office skills (i.e. Excel, etc.) - English and Bahasa Indonesia (if possible). - Passionate about working with indigenous women communities - Independent to travel to communities in far away islands




Sustainable Development


Sumba Hospitality Foundaiton, on Sumba Island, Indonesia (Eco-tourism) Indonesia is making concerted efforts to develop remote areas of the country in ways that provide jobs and education in a sustainable and environmentally sensitive ways. The Sumba Hospitality Foundation operates on the island of Sumba, which has some of the most pristine beaches in the world. It has a unique indigenous culture and is attracting top architects and development specialists to try and build strong and prospecting communities. Sumba Foundation runs a well-organized hospitality school with leaders and volunteers from Europe and the US. Internship: The foundation is looking for an intern for 6-7 weeks to work on creating ideas and content for their social media and managing the various platforms. Work may also entail developing and helping with marketing strategy for the hospitality school, as well as connecting partnerships with hospitality industry partners. As an intern you will be provided room and board.




Education


Garuda Cendekia School This Middle & High School runs an inclusive program, including one for children with special needs. Volunteers needed to help with curriculum development, parents workshops and teachers' training. Internships: The school is looking for one or two interns with knowledge in Early Childhood education, special needs kids projects, teacher training, and parents seminars/ education. ReachOut Foundation This is a non-profit that provides free preschool education for children living in poverty throughout Indonesia. ReachOut Foundation has built and operates seven schools in the Jakarta housing projects and has just begun the process of expanding the program to Papua. Internship: The foundaiton is looking for interns with knowledge of Early Childhood Education, Social Media Strategy, Curriculum Development, Grant Writing, Digital Image Specialist, Graphic Design, or Photography. Rumah Kepik (Ladybugs) This is a preschool for ages 2 to 5 years old in Bekasi (at the outskirts of Jakarta) that focuses on purposeful play to prepare children to be independent and inquisitive learners. Internships: The school is looking for one or two interns with knowledge in Early Childhood education, special needs kids projects, teacher training, and parents seminars/ education. Peduli Anak Lombok Island (East of Bali) Peduli Anak is a non-governmental organization in Lombok, dedicated to improve the quality of life for underprivileged children in Indonesia. Since its establishment in 2006, Peduli Anak has helped over 2000 children by providing a home, education, family care, medical treatment and legal support. In 2012, we received Grade A accreditation for our Primary School from the Indonesian Ministry of Education. Following in 2015, we received another Grade A accreditation as a Child Social Welfare Institution from the Indonesian Ministry of Social Affairs. Today, Peduli Anak is highly regarded and is a shining example of a charitable organization in Indonesia. As the largest child development center in the province, Peduli Anak has: • Helped over 2000 street children, orphans, abandoned and abused children through our residential care. • 100 children living in residential care. • Run a free-of-charge primary school for underprivileged children, which combine National curriculum and enrichment programs such as Art, English, Computer, and Personal Development. • Supervised 150 high-risk children and their families under Child Social Welfare Program with the Ministry of Social Affairs. • Mediated and reunited children with their families. • Helped children to obtain legal documents such as birth certificates and legal assistance in child’s exploitation and abuse cases. • Several of our first generation children are currently studying in college/university. Internships: The organization is currently looking for interns in the fields of Psychology, Social Work, Early Childhood Education, and Social Media and Marketing. The Peduli Anak Lombok placement is a one to six month opportunity to delve into your field of study and apply it in real cases within the scope of child development work in a reputable NGO. Previous interns have developed workshops and trainings for our counselors and staff, assessment and evaluation tools, as well as worked alongside our staff to observe and assess specific cases. Interns will spend time develop and deliver their project, workshop or training based on their observations on the field, as well as take part in daily activities in the Foundation such as classroom co-teaching, organizing after school activities, home visits, and more, depending on their skills and interests.




Environment


Ernest and Young Climate Change and Sustainability Group
The EY Climate Change and Sustainability group works on helping companies prepare for the regulartory and business challanges that arise from climate change. The group also works on ways to embed sustainability into core business practices to achieve short-term and long-term value. More about the group's work, you can find here. For specific internship opportuniteis with the group, please email us at info@padi-internship.com




Social and Community Development


GK (Gerekan Kepedulian), Jakarta GK is a leading NGO based in Jakarta working on community development, youth empowerment and social entrepreneurship. GK is increasingly involved in coordinating the work of other NGOs, community groups, and government programs working in specific communities. Our Padi team has visited sites of GK, including early childhood education programs and entrepreneurship programs centered around farmers cooperatives and youth empowerment programs. In the summer of 2017, interns from Johns Hopkins and Cornell universities volunteered for the organization in developing youth programs, as well as working on GK's organizational growth. GK is also working closely with faculty and students at Jakarta International School. For the 2018 program, GK is looking for 4 to 6 interns. For more information on skills, roles and responsibilties, please read here, and contact GK's alumni Eddy Tang.




Technology and Social Start-Ups


Qlue

Qlue is a company focused on implementing smart city technology to push for a sustainable, safer city overall, and promotes government transparency and accountability. It works closely with city institutions, local communities, police departments in combating threats such as drugs, terrorism, and other crime related reports.

It is looking for business-minded and research-savy fellow interns for a period of 2-6 months.

Internship position 1: Market research - Under the direction of the business development team, you will perform a variety of market research and analysis activities. (more details upon request)

Internship position 2: Data Analysis - In this role, you will work together with Qlue's developers to develop the quality living index in the city by analyzing the citizen behavior, government policy and Qlue’s data. The position is ideal for someone who is creative and have solved complex problems with data systems.

Duithape
Duithape is a social for profit Fintech startup providing financial services to the bottom of the pyramid. Our mission is to create value and transform lives by providing great digital financial services that helps people and makes life easier.
Our product, duithape, means "mobile money" in Indonesian. With duithape, we focus to facilitate financial transaction using mobile phone for 80% of the Indonesian population who are still unbanked; including to deep rural areas that has not yet been covered by banking services





Education


Ruman Perubahan Rumah Perubahan means House of Change. The NGO works with young innovators and students through organizing retreats, education programs, mentors' circles, start-up support and others. House of Change is located just outside Jakarta and as an intern, you will be staying in a beautiful compound, in the middle of a local community. Most of the work of Rumah Perubahan focuses on developing education material and supporting social entrepreneurship programs. Garuda Cendekia School Middle & High School which runs an inclusive program, including one for children with special needs. Volunteers needed to help with curriculum development, parents workshops and teachers' training. ReachOut Foundation Non-profit that provides free preschool education for children living in poverty throughout Indonesia. ReachOut Foundation has built and operates seven schools in the Jakarta housing projects and has just begun the process of expanding the program to Papua. Looking for interns with knowledge of Early Childhood Education, Social Media Strategy, Curriculum Development, Grant Writing, Digital Image Specialist, Graphic Design, or Photography. Rumah Kepik A preschool for ages 2 to 5 years old in Bekasi (at the outskirts of Jakarta) that focuses on purposeful play to prepare children to be independent and inquisitive learners. The school is looking for one or two interns with knowledge in Early Childhood education, special needs kids projects, teacher training, and parents seminars/ education.




Environment


Adaptasi Perubahan Iklim dan Ketangguhan (APIK) APIK is a 5 year USAID climate change adaptation and disaster resilience project. APIK works at national level and in 3 provinces, each of which represents a different landscape. In East Java we work on a large watershed, Brantas; in South East Sulawesi we work in coastal areas; and in Maluku we work on small island landscapes. The project has 4 main components:

  1. Building capacity of government at national and subnational level to better understand climate change, work with them on strategies to build resilience and also influence government budgeting for climate change
  2. Community awareness and capacity plus a small grants fund to implement pilot projects at community level
  3. Improve climate and weather information services in terms of quality of the data and also ensure that information is demand driven and relevant / accessible by people who need it most (local government, farmers, fisherfolk etc).
  4. Work with the private sector to facilitate investments into initiatives that build climate change resilience linked to the productivity / profitability of the business.
Ranu Welum Community Development & Social Media Ranu Welum is a local community-based organization in Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, that stands for social justice and humanity specifically regarding indigenous peoples' rights, preserving Dayak culture and protecting Kalimantan forests. Dayak people are the indigenous people of Kalimantan and their culture is fast disappearing. Most of the work of the organization is in media advocacy, using media - film/video/magazine/social media - for social change. Ranu Welum empowers and equips local communities, specifically youth, with knowledge and tools to protect their local culture and environment. Its main programs are Ranu Welum Media - youth indigenous filmmaking community - DANUM Magazine - media advocacy bilingual magazine - and Youth Act Campaign - youth movement to stop forest fires and toxic haze. Wildlife Conservation Society Non-profit organization focused on the protection of species. (intern program is being developed) Yayasan Emmanuel Yayasan Emmanuel, founded in December 2000, is a not-for-profit social services NGO headquartered in Sentul, Indonesia. It provides services and support to infants, handicapped children, malnourished children, poverty-stricken and scavenger communities. The Foundation helps over 6,800 children and individuals each month through programmes focusing on education, and homes and community services. Since the foundation’s inception, 514,500 children and families have been helped.




Social Service & Change


Asian Muslim Action Network (AMAN) AMAN is a Jakarta, Indonesia-based NGO with long experience in women empowerment through education and peace reconciliation. The network has a range of affiliates in Indonesia and around Asia, working at a grassroot level in building up knowledge, skills, and confidence to help women become economically strong, socially engaged and politically confident. One of AMAN’s signature programs is the moderate interpretation of Islam which allows for the social and political empowerment of women in Indonesia. Ransel Buku (The Backpack) Ransel Buku is an education project which brings environmental education through books, discussions and other programs. It is looking for an intern to strengthen the village library and learning center, and create a sustainable model that can be replicated in other villages in the area. Ransel Buku was started in 2009 as a project to bring books to children who live in the riverside villages nearby Palangka Raya, at the heart of Kalimantan. In the first few years, reading took place underneath a tree by the river, in someone's house, churches and mosques. Aini Abdul, the young woman who founded the program, believes that a librar y doesn't always have to have a physical building. Transformasi Untuk Keadilan Indonesia Non-profit organization that advocates for human rights and social justice. (intern program under development) Rachel House Rachel House is the first pediatric palliative care service in Indonesia, providing home-based care for children from the marginalized communities living with life-threatening illnesses such as cancer or HIV. As the pioneering palliative care service, Rachel House actively provides palliative care training to medical professionals throughout the health system as well as medical and nursing students and community volunteers, with the aim of establishing the palliative care ecosystem to help ensure the availability and accessibility of palliative care for all. Rachel House is working to develop the tools to monitor and evaluate the programs developed to build the palliative care ecosystem in Indonesia. It is seeking assistance from students to help design, validate and implement the monitoring and evaluation tools to measure the efficacy of the programs. Ultimately, Rachel House’s hope is to be able to use the findings to support their advocacy for policy implementation/change.




Financial Services and Technology


Dhewanto Capital Financial Advisory based on Islamic economic principles. Duithape
Duithape is a social for profit Fintech startup providing financial services to the bottom of the pyramid. Our mission is to create value and transform lives by providing great digital financial services that helps people and makes life easier.
Our product, duithape, means "mobile money" in Indonesian. With duithape, we focus to facilitate financial transaction using mobile phone for 80% of the Indonesian population who are still unbanked; including to deep rural areas that has not yet been covered by banking services Kitabisa
In Bahasa Indonesia Kita Bisa means, "we can." Kitabisa is the largest crowdfunding platform in Indonesia, which mainly serves non profit organizations and communities who run fundraising campaigns and reach out to millions of people who become fundraisers or donors.
You will be involved in Kitabisa's day to day operations, meet the project owners - social change makers, innovators, small businesses, etc - and help them craft their story-telling, as well as get involved in a startup working culture with a lean startup methodology. M-Stars Digital hub company helping businesses grow in the digital sphere.




International Development


Millenium Challenge Account Indonesia MCA-I is a government-to-government trust entity aimed to reduce poverty through economic growth. MCA-I is looking for an intern for its Social and Gender Assessment (SGA) Unit. This intern would assist SGA in preparing concept notes, position papers and short reports based on research, global reports and MCA-I documentation as background documents for policy dialogue with the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection. The intern would also support SGA in documenting lessons learned from Gender and Social Inclusion in Green Prosperity projects and activities into short articles and write fact sheets to be uploaded to MCA-I website and other avenues of dissemination. Key thematic issues/area of interests would be: gender equality, gender mainstreaming, social inclusion, sustainable development, climate change and renewable energy. United in Diversity United in Diversity (UID) is a non-profit organization established for Indonesian leaders from different industries and sectors, both public and private. UID was founded in 2003 by Universitas Indonesia, Sinar Harapan Daily, Gajah Tunggal Group, and MIT Sloan School of Management with a focus on building trust and collaboration among leaders from the public, private, and civil society. UID provides several learning & development programs that enable profound and impactful transformation at the personal, institutional, and systemic levels. These programs range from short, sharply-focused modules on building an appropriate organizational culture, to three-day leadership & prototype bootcamps, to year-long immersive action-oriented executive education programs.





2017 Internships