Cape Coast area of #Ghana #Africa
Have you ever wanted to volunteer in Africa? Interested in radio
broadcasting? (Start dates flexible)
We are looking for interns to volunteer with 3 local radio stations in the
Cape Coast area of Ghana (Ahomka FM, ATL FM and Eagle FM).
As an intern you will be part of a team professionals at local radio station
in Cape Coast Ghana (either ATL FM, Eagle FM, or Ahomka FM), working to
create and implement radio programming. You will be involved in
scriptwriting, conducting interviews, and involved in all that goes to
producing news and studio based programmes. Duties may include reporting
stories on air and conducting interviews.
Objectives of the placement
• Assist the radio station in the creation and implementation of its
• Advocate local and national issues, such as human rights, politics, civil
liberties, social enterprise, gender issues and economic development
• Foster skill transfer between the interns and the radio station.
We are looking for people with a proven interest in journalism or community
activism. Experience in radio journalism is not required, but is preferred.
All interns are housed at the Abusua Foundation house, and are provided with
meals, accommodation, airport pick-up and drop-off, orientation and 24/7
emergency care support for a flat fee of $120 a week. To secure the
placement there is a $500 deposit (a percentage of which is donated to the
radio station in-kind).
To apply please send CV/resume and covering letter to Programme Coordinator,
Abusua Foundation, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make sure to
specify when you can start and for how many months you intend to volunteer.
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