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MEXICAN 
INSTITUTE 
OF 
FAMILY 
AND 
POPULATION
 RESEARCH (IMIFAP)

Málaga
Norte
No.
25,
Col.
Insurgentes
Mixcoac

Mexico,
D.F.
03920































Tel.
(52) 5598‐56‐73

About 
Us:

IMIFAP 
“I
want
to,
I
can” 
is 
a 
non‐governmental
 organization
 located 
in 
Mexico 
City 
which 
has 
been
 alleviating


poverty 
in
 a 
sustainable 
manner 
for 
more 
than 
25 
years.
 We 
have 
benefited 
over 
19 
million 
people
 in 
14 
countries


around
 the 
world.
 Our 
funder 
network
 includes: 
the
 World
 Bank, 
Inter‐American
 Development
 Bank,
 United


Nations 
Fund 
for 
Population 
Activities
 and
 the
 embassies
 of 
various
 countries
 throughout 
the 
world.
 Our


development
 programs 
consistently 
yield 
significant 
positive 
behavior 
and 
attitude 
changes, 
strengthening 
the


capacities 
of 
marginalized
 populations 
in 
health, 
education
 and 
productivity.
 Program
 participants 
are


empowered
 to
 go 
beyond 
actively 
improving
 their 
health,
 education
 and 
financial
 situations,
 in
 order 
to 
seize


opportunities 
to 
make
 a 
positive 
impact 
in 
their 
families 
and 
communities 
as
well.

 

Intern
Profile
and
Qualifications:

We
 accept
 applications 
on 
a 
rolling 
basis,
 and
 are 
looking 
for 
winter/spring
 semester 
and
 summer 
interns
 with
 a


background
 in 
sociology, 
psychology,
 public 
health, 
development
 studies,
 reproductive 
health, 
community

development,
 economics, 
or
 other 
disciplines 
related 
to 
our
 programs.
 We 
prefer
 recent
 graduates 
and
 graduate


students,
 though
 under graduates 
with 
practical 
experience 
in
 the 
field
 and/or
 whose 
studies 
are 
focused
on


psychology may
also
apply.
 Advanced 
proficiency 
in 
Spanish 
is 
required,
 as 
is
 proficiency 
with
Microsoft
Office.


Although
 no t
required, 
academic
 or 
professional
 experience
 with
 statistical
 analysis,
particularly 
in 
the 
context 
of


program 
evaluation,
 is
 desirable.
 We 
require 
a 
minimum
 commitment 
of 
2.5 
months, 
and 
also 
have 
annual


openings 
for 
year‐long 
positions.


Dates:
 Minimum
 of 
2.5
 months. 
Specific 
dates 
TBD 
by 
intern
and
 IMIFAP.

Compensation:
 Unpaid,
though 
IMIFAP 
will 
assist 
students 
in 
locating 
accommodation
 and,
in
 very
limited 
cases,

will
 consider
 providing 
a 
basic
 stipend 
to 
highly
 qualified
 candidates
 willing 
to 
commit 
to 
longer‐term
 academic


year 
internships.

Logistics:
 35 
hours 
per 
week 
in
 a 
fast‐paced 
office 
environment.

Responsibilities:

Interns 
may 
work 
in
 a
 variety 
of
 fields
 including 
fundraising 
and 
public
 relations,
 program 
development,


implementation
 and
 evaluation,
 as 
well
 as
 general
 administrative 
support.
 Possible
 tasks 
may 
include 
some
 of 
the


following:

- Internet 
research

- Quantitative
 and/or
 qualitative 
data
 analysis

- Report 
writing 
(in
 Spanish 
and 
English)

- Research 
support 
and 
writing 
of
 academic
 articles

- Development 
o f
program
materials

- Grant
 writing
 and 
research

- Translation

- Updating 
the 
institutional 
website

- Assisting 
in 
internal 
and 
external
 communications
 and 
marketing 
activities, 
including 
development
 of 
an


institutional
 newsletter

Contact
Information:

If 
interested, 
please 
send
 your
 CV, 
a 
brief
 cover 
letter 
linking 
your
 skills 
and 
interests 
to 
IMIFAP’s
 thematic
 and


functional
 areas
 (which 
include 
resource 
development/ communications;
 program
 planning
 and
 implementation;


program 
evaluation;
 and/or
 academic 
research
 and
 writing),
and
 two 
writing
 samples
 (one 
in 
English
 and 
one 
in


Spanish) 
to 
the 
individual 
listed 
below. 
Referenced 
academic
 papers
 and 
documents
 developed
 during 
relevant


experiences 
are 
welcomed 
as 
work
 samples.

 

Claire
 Slesinski,
 Intern 
Recruitment, Claire@imifap.org.mx

For
 more 
information
 about 
IMIFAP,
 please
 visit
 us
 on
 our 
website:
www.imifap.org.mx

 

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