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Fall 2012 Internship Opportunity in Palestine

One of AUA’s network member Tomorrow’s Youth Organization is currently searching for an intern! TYO Fall interns will work full-time in cooperation with TYO local and international staff. Interns will create programs for children, youth and adults from refugee camps and other marginalized areas of the Nablus community. Fall programs may include workshops and classes in sports, drama, art, swimming, evening English classes, and weekend recreational activities. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply here.

About TYO

Founded in 2007 by Hani Masri, a Palestinian-American businessman, Tomorrow’s Youth Organization (TYO) is a not-for-profit organization that “works in disadvantaged areas of the Middle East, enabling children, youth, and parents to realize their potential as healthy, active, and responsible family and community members.” In collaboration with An-Najah University and the Zafer Masri Foundation, TYO opened its first community development center in Nablus in 2008. The Nablus center provides educational, cultural, and recreational programming that engages youth and women from disadvantaged communities in Palestinian society, empowering individuals to strengthen their communities. TYO hopes that targeting women and young children will build their knowledge of health and education and will empower them to alleviate illiteracy and poverty within their communities.

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