Internship Opportunities in Nicaragua

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NicaraguaThe Center for Enterprise Research and Education (CERE) and the Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship Program (ICE) at Wake Forest are co-sponsoring two internship opportunities to work for AMOS Health and Hope, which is a non-profit public health organization in Nicaragua. The two internships are related to AMOS’s rural health program: microfinance and sustainability of community pharmacies. ICE and CERE will fund $3000 per intern opportunity for this summer.

For more information about the two internship opportunities, a description of each position, and the contact information of the people at AMOS,  download the following documents:

AMOS Job Description- Community Pharmacy Internship

AMOS Job Description- Microfinance Internship with Rural Sewing Cooperative and a Non Profit Organization in Rural Nicaragua

More information about CERE:
The Center for Enterprise Research and Education (CERE) is directed by Ajay Patel, GMAC Chair in Finance of the Schools of Business; Anthropology Professor Jeanne Simonelli; Religion Professor Ulrike Wiethaus; and Elizabeth Gatewood, Visiting Professor of Entrepreneurship.

It builds on WFU projects and training programs in Benin, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Nicaragua, and the Chiapas region of Mexico to establish WFU as the leader in entrepreneurial research, practice, and education in developing countries. Its first task is to develop a comprehensive methodology to assess the needs of entrepreneurs and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) for education and enterprise development programs and to determine the impact that culture, political systems, religion, environmental conditions and participant differences have on those needs. Its ultimate goal is to identify training and micro-enterprise development models that are appropriate and effective in different cultural settings.

More information about ICE:
The Program for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship at Wake Forest University helps students turn ideas into action, transforming “I wish I could” into “I know I can!” Through this effort, we seek to enlighten Wake Forest students in all disciplines about their individual and collective abilities, to encourage them to create their own pathways in life, and to use their innovative, creative and entrepreneurial skills on behalf of their communities as well as societies throughout the world.

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