The Caux Interns Programme is an opportunity for people aged 18-30. Caux works to promote peace, prevent conflicts, build trust and encourage intercultural dialogue and ethical conduct in business and has various conferences throughout each summer. Interns will both assist with the coordination of the conferences and undergo a training programme.
Much of the training programme will be based around the exploration of tools that address dimensions of personal and global change. An inquiring spirit – looking for better questions, not bringing pre-formed answers – is central to the experience. This program is designed to invite more introspection, and develop a lifestyle of leadership that includes taking a hard look at ourselves and how we relate to people in everyday life.
This is a 30-day internship taking place twice a year in June-July and July-August. Exact dates vary and can be found on the website.
Interns are expected to pay for their travel expenses and a 250 Swiss Franc fee (fee price in 2015) to help cover their food and lodging. Interns have no other direct expenses.
For more information about volunteering with Caux Interns Program, visit them online: