Our Internship Program

We have a vibrant internships program thanks to our partnership with Richmond, the American University in London and are always happy to receive applications from interested candidates. Find out how to apply for our internship under our ‘Support Us’ page.

We welcome talented hard-working individuals who would like to learn from being part of a dynamic charity and are able to work independently and often remotely. We have access to workspace across London and offer close guidance to all interns.

  • Internships last between two to six months and are voluntary. Internships can be part-time or full time.
  • Interns design, manage and present a project that is agreed together with the PROWIBO team.
  • In the past this has included project management for a summer school, creating a website and brand for the organisation, conducting research for one of our ongoing research projects, working with professors on designing and presenting the coursework etc…

If you are interested in applying to the internship program, please contact us or send us your CV and a brief cover letter outlining what you would like to gain from the internship and how you can contribute to the organisation.


2021 Interns

Eliza Sims

Eliza is from Florida and the United Kingdom. She is currently working on her bachelor’s in international relations and a double minor in development studies and environmental science at Richmond, the American International University of London. Eliza is passionate about international affairs, polices, and INGO’s that help protect the environment, promote universal education, and women’s rights and development. Having lived in three different continents, Eliza loves traveling and new adventures.

Alina Freeman

Alina is currently pursuing a MA in International Relations at Richmond, the American University in London. She graduated in 2019 with her Bachelors in International Security from the University of Oklahoma. Shortly after, she joined the Peace Corps and was a TEFL volunteer working with the youth of a small rural village in North Albania. Her passion for education and human rights led her to Professors Without Borders, as she desired to bridge the gap in access to education and inspire the youth of today.

Tenzin Bowe

Tenzin is finishing a BA International Relations degree at Richmond, the American International University with a minor in Philosophy. He hopes to work for a think tank in a research role, contributing to the academic discourse on international peacebuilding. Tenzin believes that education is the primary means to empower individuals and alleviate poverty. He is also passionate about improving access to financial services and democratising wealth creation. Frequent visits to family in India and the US with further travels abroad have left him with an appreciation for the role of intercultural dialogue as part of a rich and fulfilling human experience.

Zsofia Kelemen

Zsofia has a BA in International Relations and is currently enrolled in an MSc programme studying Political Science, specialising in International Relations, Security and Global Order. She is a big fan of music and culture, and often recalls a quote by Leonardo Bernstein: “To achieve great things, two things are needed: a plan and not enough time”. Zsofia is still working on her plan, but one thing this past year has given is more than enough time, which is why she decided to jump into anything that is interesting and worthwhile. She firmly believes that education is the way to achieve progressive change in the world and is eager to gain as much hands-on experience as possible, so that when she does find a plan, time might be on her side.

Theresa Cariola

Theresa is currently pursuing an MA in International Relations at Richmond The American International University in London. She received a BA from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in International Affairs and Spanish. Previously, she worked at NPH USA, a global non-profit that provides homes and education to displaced children in Latin America. Theresa’s interests in international development, women’s rights, and education led her to Professors Without Borders. She will be working on the Think Tank and assisting with marketing. 

Rishiraj Sen

Rishiraj is finishing his Bachelors in English Literature from Gauhati University, India. In the future, he wants to be a professor or in academia full time as he thinks education can change things from the ground. His research interests are diverse but are connected by the ideas of social and climate justice, and basic human rights. He wants to be an advocate for the voices of marginalized communities and nations, and the downtrodden individuals subjugated through intersections of prejudice. He is a firm believer in the freedom of asking questions and feels without questions, there can be no answers. For him, personal is political and so, through anything he does, he wants to assert his agency. Other than that, he loves music, traveling, and above all, overthinking.

Past Interns

2020 Interns

Rashi Yadav, Michelle Hellman, David Petersen