Internships

IPPF occasionally offers short, part-time, unpaid internships. If there is an internship opportunity it will be listed below. Interns have worked with IPPF on a variety of projects for up to three months. As an intern you will have a supervisor for support and guidance. IPPF provides a subsistence allowance towards travel and lunch.

In accordance with UK law, interns need documentary evidence of their right to take up an internship. Unfortunately IPPF is unable to apply for work permits for interns. Please note that IPPF is unable to keep speculative CVs on file.

Applications are particularly encouraged from candidates openly living with HIV. IPPF is committed to equal opportunities and cultural diversity.

Current internships

There are no internships available at the moment.