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Summer 2020 Internship

Come On Our Summer Team!

Serve The Least of These in North Africa

Have you been considering a summer internship for 2020?

Do you have a passion to fight to end human trafficking?

Are you interested in other cultures and languages?

Our Summer 2020 Internship might be right for you!  Every summer Beauty For Ashes Africa hosts interns for the months of June and July.  The internship is a hands on development opportunity to fight human trafficking by assisting the Director of our Transition Home, and aiding in the creation and implementation of our summer camp at the girls center.  It is a full immersion and eye opening experience.

2019 Summer Intern’s Review:

When you think of an internship, do you think of coffee runs, paperwork and office meetings? Well, an internship with Beauty for Ashes is a totally different experience. Yes, you may occasionally need to make a run for coffee and have a team meeting, but you will learn so much more. During my time serving with Beauty for Ashes, I learned the challenges and joys of working for a non-profit in another part of the world. As a part of the team, I had the opportunity to discover all the various aspects of the organization, from the transition home to a new social enterprise. We spent our days encouraging the girls from the transition home, leading a camp for children, and developing smoothie recipes and marketing ideas for a new business. From these days, I gained a deeper love and passion to serve those often neglected by society. I also developed skills that would help me in my future career like effective cross-cultural communication, flexibility, and creative thinking. Yet the most impactful thing was having the opportunity to hear from the hearts of those serving full-time.

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Beauty For Ashes (BFA) was established as a 501-c3 non-profit in 2014 by Lauren Byler (see her story below). Based on her personal experiences and exposure to the travesties of human trafficking and e


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