Fall Program Intern

Location: New York City (remote or hybrid)
Salary: $17/hour for undergraduate students, $20/hour for graduate students
Start Date: September 2022

The Financial Services Volunteer Corps (FSVC) is looking for a highly motivated individual to join our Program Team in New York City as a Fall Program Intern. Our mission at FSVC is to deliver cutting-edge technical assistance to strengthen financial sectors in developing countries. We deliver this assistance mostly by recruiting senior-level financial experts to serve as volunteers on short-term activities.

The Fall Program Intern is a part-time position with flexible hours. Applicants should be pursuing studies related to international relations, economic development and/or non-profit management. The opportunity is ideal for someone interested in international development seeking experience in program management and business development.

What You’ll Do
  • Conducting research on political and economic issues in developing countries;
  • Working alongside program staff to plan projects and close out projects;
  • Drafting reports and communication pieces;
  • Providing support with website and social media updates and strategy; and
  • Providing general administrative, organizational and logistical support to FSVC.


What You’ll Need

For consideration, please email a resume and relevant writing sample to hr@fsvc.org and include “Fall Program Intern” in the subject line. The writing sample should be in English and one to two pages long.

Deadline: August 15, 2022. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

A Little About Us…

Since 1990, FSVC has been delivering technical assistance projects in over 70 countries. These projects focus, among others, on helping banks lend to small businesses, setting up deposit insurance to protect people’s savings, and helping governments manage their budgets more effectively and transparently. Sound, inclusive and transparent financial infrastructures are critical to support job creation and support lasting economic growth in these countries. To do so, we provide objective technical assistance that focuses on sustainable, locally-owned impact. We are built on a culture of respect for all staff members, volunteer experts and counterparts.

FSVC currently has field offices in Albania, Angola, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Eswatini, Lesotho, Niger, Sudan, Tajikistan and Tunisia.