At Scope, we believe that creativity and innovation flourish at the intersection of disciplines, where each area of expertise provides a unique lens and perspective. To share our knowledge and acquire new skills in our team, we offer a unique, six-week internship opportunity between May–June 2022 for an interdisciplinary team of 10 interns from the University of Texas at Austin.
Working on our projects will provide interns with the opportunity to learn how approaches in design, social innovation, and creative advocacy are applied in the public health space to advance equality and well-being. Our broad expertise guarantees an in-depth learning experience and collaborative creation of context-adapted and planet-positive solutions that put people, alongside systems, at the centre of problem-solving.
Covid-situation permitting, the internships will take place at our Helsinki office in Finland. The interns will work on Scope’s 2022 Social Innovation initiative tailored to suit the interns’ academic backgrounds and skillsets. We invite talent across diverse fields of study to apply for the internship.
“We’re looking forward to engaging the interns in a concrete end-to-end initiative to address some of the most complex challenges in the fields of health, equality, and climate. This is a great opportunity for Scope to provide the students with valuable hands-on experience in social impact work driven by innovation. We are looking forward to collaborating with this group of motivated and skilled future professionals”, says Mia Hytönen, Scope’s HR and Office Manager.
The application period is now open. The applications are evaluated as they are received. We encourage students to apply to the programme as soon as possible through our application form.
The internship programme will be done in collaboration with external partners. We are launching a call for organisations wishing to participate in Q1 of 2022.
In case you have any questions, please contact [email protected].
Read more about the internship opportunity in the brochure (PDF 69KB).