We consider our interns and volunteers at LAL as fellows who share our mission to give every child access to quality education through digital progams.

Because we rely strongly on the work of our fellows for the development of our programs, we want to maximize their fellowship experience. That is why we created LAL’s Fellowship Program.

This page provides you with all the relevant information about our work and the possible ways to engage with us. Once enrolled, you can access our internal fellow blog to keep track of your fellowship progress. After the end of your fellowship, you’re welcome to join an alumni fellow group to stay in touch with LAL.

If you are a University student or a fresh graduate who wants to gather a
professional experience while helping others,
come and get involved!

If you already have some professional experience and want to invest some of your time for a good cause and to give back to society, come and help us grow!

General Information

LAL welcomes fellows with different educational backgrounds.

The fellowship takes place in our office in Beirut.

You can work on a full-time (30-35 h/week) or on a part-time (10-15 h/week) basis for a minimum period of 4 weeks.

The working hours are flexible and digital work can be completed from home. However, your are required to come to the office at least once a week.

Requirements

In general, we’re looking for candidates with basic computer skills, who share our passion and commitment for helping vulnerable groups through digital education.

Depending on your chosen field of work, you may have to fulfill some more specific requirements. Please find these described in the graph below.

What do you get

  • You gather practical experience related to your field of study. We strongly rely on the work of our fellows at LAL, so you’re not going to get bored.
  • You get to know how NGOs and partner humanitarian organizations work.
  • You can implement your own ideas for a project.
  • You join a network of like-minded people dedicated to education.
  • You get to know other fellows from all over the world and gather a multicultural experience.
  • You get a certification of your accomplishments.

Certification

At the end of the fellowship, LAL would provide you with an official certificate describing the training you received, the tasks you have accomplished, and the number of hours you have completed.

Application and enrollment

You can apply Here!

Enrollment is possible any time of the year. We are always in need of extra support.

Tasks

You can support us in different fields of work depending on your interests and skills.

Check the graph below to find the descriptions of possible fields of work, examples of related sub-tasks, and specific requirements for each task.

The graph depicts LAL’s working process to show how the fellow tasks are related to the different stages of the process.

General Management Tasks

Either support LAL with some general management tasks related to strategic planning, raising funds, and communication strategies, or manage your own project in contribution to our work.

Be prepared!

In order to develop interactive content, which makes learning an interesting activity,

we use the H5P-plugin with Moodle.

Working with H5P is very user-friendly and intuitive.
If you want to prepare before the start of your volunteering experience, you can explore the tutorials for authors on the H5P Website by clicking on the icon below

You’ll learn how the authoring tool works for many of the existing content types.

Meet the Fellows

Alumni Stories

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