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CCRIF Regional Internship Program, 2020

literature Disaster risk management, climate change, meteorology, risk transfer and/or risk modelling

flag Open to applicants from CARICOM or CCRIF member countries

Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility  Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility

Calender 15 Jun 2020

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    Organizations in Caribbean member countries

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 CCRIF SPC is conducting CCRIF Regional Internship Program, 2020. The objective of the internship is to offer career-related work experience for CARICOM and/or CCRIF member country citizens.

Eligibility criteria:

  • The candidates applying for CCRIF Regional Internship Program, 2020 should be citizens of CARICOM and/or CCRIF member countries.
  • Should be graduates of a recognized university. 
  • The background of the student must be in subject areas like Disaster risk management, Environmental management, Meteorology, Climate studies, Civil engineering, Management studies with a focus on risk management, Environmental economics, Geography/geology, and Actuarial science.
  • The recipients of a CCRIF-UWI Scholarship or a CCRIF Scholarship are given preference.
  • Candidates applying for CCRIF Regional Internship Program, 2020 should commit for at least two months.

Documents required:

  • Completed application form
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Letter of intent, which includes the reasons for applying and how this internship aligns with their career goals and how their current knowledge will effectively contribute to the work of one of the designated regional organizations.
  • A report from an academic referee at the university level.
  • Letter of recommendation from a professional referee.
  • Documents supporting the first Degree of the candidate.
  • Proof of citizenship 
  • Passport size photo and
  • Proof of valid health or medical insurance coverage.

Updated on: 30 Apr, 2020

Source : Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility
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