Members Affairs Internship Job in Kenya

Job Purpose

As a Members Affairs Intern, your role will be to support the Members Affairs team to identify, engage, and partner with new education partners educations (also called ‘Partner Education Institutions or ‘PEIs) and to support the candidates and students (also called ‘Members’) management processes from application to onboarding and monitoring.

The role requires strong interpersonal communication skills, proficiency in MS Office and Google Suite, and a willingness to learn fast. It is a great opportunity to hone your skills and learn more about the education space whilst making a positive impact.

Roles and Responsibilities

The Intern’s role will be to support the Members Affairs team by:

  • Conducting desktop and field research on local tertiary education institutions’ tuition cost and financing options, academic calendar, and employment data among others.
  • Supporting outreach activities including but not limited to tertiary education institution visits, Information, and Pre-graduation sessions with students among others. Supporting the Members Affairs Manager and the CHANCEN team in administrative activities.
  • Support the Members Affairs Manager in assessing the accuracy of the data collected from students’ applications during the onboarding process.
  • Support in filing all student Members’ documents in the proper files and sharing with the Supervisor for checks.
  • Working closely with the wider CHANCEN International team to ensure good collaboration.
  • Prepare all materials and documents needed for any education institution visits, education fairs, or events that CHANCEN will be taking part in.
  • Support the Member Affairs team to conduct the ISA contract signing process between CHANCEN and the student applicants.
  • Perform any other tasks assigned by the Supervisor.


  • A Kenyan citizen over 18 years
  • A final year student or recent graduate (1 year and less from the date of graduation) from a recognized university, college or TVET.
  • Proficiency in MS Office Skills and Google Suite
  • Demonstrated passion to drive social impact
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Willingness to travel to other counties outside of Nairobi (travel costs will be covered by CHANCEN International)

Terms of engagement and remuneration

  • The Internship Engagement is strictly for three (3) months and is not a guarantee of employment after the completion of the internship.
  • A monthly stipend of Kes. 10,000 will be offered without any other benefits.
  • Note that CHANCEN will not provide a personal accident cover or medical insurance cover and the Members Affairs is encouraged to secure this independently. Interns will be expected to take up a Personal Accident cover and Medical Insurance cover

How To Apply

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