Programmes Intern - Singapore

Localisation Singapore
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Posted on 06-28-2024

The Red Pencil Singapore

The Red Pencil aims to bring the benefits of arts therapy to individuals from children to adults, as a pathway to emotional balance and wellbeing.

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The Red Pencil (Singapore), a registered charity, is pleased to announce an internship opportunity (full-time/part-time) in our Programmes department. Our organisation is committed to bringing the healing benefits of creative arts therapy to less privileged children, adults, and families who have experienced overwhelming and traumatic life circumstances such as life-threatening illness, violence, and abuse, for which they may have no words.

As an intern at The Red Pencil (Singapore), you will have the chance to learn from experienced professionals, gain hands-on experience and make a significant contribution to our mission of serving the less privileged in our community. Our internships will offer a challenging and meaningful work experience, providing them with the opportunity to develop skills while making a difference in the lives of those we serve.

We are seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Programmes Intern to join our team and support the programme team. The successful candidate will be responsible for assisting the programme team in organising and/or providing support for creative arts therapy programmes, preparing write-ups for programmes etc.

This internship is an excellent opportunity to gain a good understanding and experience in the non-profit sector.

About the Internship

As a Programmes Intern at The Red Pencil (Singapore), you will provide support to the Programme and Administration departments:

You will be part of a small yet cohesive team and will be responsible for assisting the programme team in the coordination of art therapy programmes, administrative tasks, grant and proposal writing, outreach, and centre management.

What you can expect to do:

  • Assist with data entry, processing, and compilation for our reports
  • Assist with research and partnership outreach
  • Help organise and/or provide support for creative arts therapy programmes
  • Assist with preparing write-ups for programmes
  • Assist with office administration tasks such as centre upkeep
  • Other administrative duties as necessary

What we are looking for from you:

  • Preferably Singaporean with a diploma or current undergraduate pursuing the field of social sciences
  • Possesses experience in academic writing and research
  • Prioritising and organisational skills
  • Observes work ethics
  • Proactive and autonomous
  • Team player

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