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Intern testimony: Vicki Robinson

Tibetan Women's Association intern Vicki Robinson

Vicki Robinson, TWA Intern from Canada November 2011 – February 2012

My time working with TWA has been exciting, enriching and fulfilling. I have worked with most staff and executive members in a number of different capacities appropriate to my skills. My main work has been mentoring, designing trainings and delivering trainings. I have also …

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Intern testimony: Natasha Stone

Natasha Stone - an intern with TWA in Dharamsala, India

I volunteered at the central offices of TWA in Dharamsala from August until December 2011. I had finished my university studies in 2009 and since taken up employment in online marketing, but was keen to travel and gain some experience with an NGO. The intern manager Dhardon Sharling did an excellent job of matching my …

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TWA intern opportunities

Tibetan Women's Association

TWA has had a successful internship program since 2007. TWA is now seeking interns who can help TWA with the following projects:


  • Research and editing,
  • Women’s Environment and Development
  • Grant writing and Capacity Building
  • Campaigns, networking and organizing events


Email your answers to the following questions:

  • Is the proposed internship for …

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  • Intern testimony: Priscilla Hsu

    TWA intern Priscilla Hsu

    Priscilla Hsu, TWA Intern from the USA

    I volunteered with the TWA Executive Office in McLeod Ganj from June – August 2011. My internship was challenging and demanding, and it was a valuable experience that would be hard to rival as an undergraduate. Having just completed my second year of undergraduate studies in the United …

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    Intern testimony: Deanne Goforth

    Deanne Goforth

    I interned for the Tibetan Women’s Association from December 18th, 2006 to March 16th, 2007. Currently, I am a second-year graduate student at the University of Oregon, International Studies Program and have a focus of indigenous women’s empowerment. TWA is an international non-governmental organization that I felt privileged to intern with. The women who work …

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