the children’s nutrition program of haiti (kore timoun) fellows

Kore Timoun fellowships offer university graduates from around the world the opportunity to share their vision and their develop professional skills in partnership with our staff in the field.

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Kore Timoun fellows Work for one year with the people of Leogane.

Our fellows gain meaningful work experience in the fields of global healthcare, nonprofit administration, communications, and education;

They work side-by-side with the CNP Country Director and our Kore Timoun staff. They help manage the administration of CNP’s education, health screenings, and health infrastructure projects in some of the most remote areas of Haiti.

 

Our Fellows Have Skills

Kore Timoun fellowships require a Bachelors degree in the field of global healthcare, international policy, global communications, pre-medicine, or other related fields. Fellows should also:

Be a Native English speaker or have fluency in English, as well as Haitian Kreyol or French;

Have a passion for global health and poverty issues, especially as they pertain to malnutrition;

Have excellent verbal and written communications skills;

Be organized, flexible, and adaptable to changing circumstances;

Be resilient, and have the ability to endure the difficulties that come with living in a developing country and dealing with cultural differences;

Be in good health and ready to meet the demands of the work.

 
 

Kore Timoun provides:

A rewarding professional experience, housing and meals, 20 vacation days a year and all Haitian holidays, a monthly stipend to cover the cost of living expenses in Haiti.

 

Interested in a Kore Timoun Fellowship?

To apply please submit the following to contact @cnphaiti.org:

  • CV/Resume;

  • Letter of interest including: why you would like to work for Kore Timoun, how you meet the qualifications for a fellowship, and your language skills;

  • Date available to start position.

  • Minimum Time Commitment: 1 year