【Program Highlights】Registration Opens for the 2024 iNGO Academy and Info Session

November 22, 2023
【Program Highlights】Registration Opens for the 2024 iNGO Academy and Info Session

Join the NTU iNGO Academy to Make Impact Globally!

The second edition of the 2024 iNGO Academy welcomes a more diverse array of organizational partners. This includes the Child Welfare League Foundation, which focuses on the welfare and rights of children and youth; the Judicial Reform Foundation, advocating for a fair, just, and trustworthy judiciary; Médecins Sans Frontières, an international medical humanitarian aid organization; Taiwan Equality Campaign, promoting marriage and gender equality; Taiwan-Asia Exchange Foundation, a Taiwan think tank focusing on Southeast Asia and South Asia affairs, and World Vision Taiwan, concentrating on global poverty challenges. This offers individuals interested in various social issues the opportunity to find a field where they can make a difference.

In addition to internships during the semester, this program will also include a series of NGO skills courses and local regeneration experiential learning, taking you out of the Greater Taipei area to witness the social impact in different parts of Taiwan. This comprehensive NGO talent development program will guide you into the NGO world, expanding your career choices in unique ways!

Moreover, there will be a program information session on November 30 (Thursday), where, in addition to introducing the program, alumni from the previous edition will share their insights and gains from their internships at international NGOs.

【Program Application】

  • Application Period: November 22, 2023 (Wed.) to January 3, 2024 (Wed.)
  • Eligibility: Current NTU Degree Students (Open for students with all degrees and academic backgrounds, excluding Mainland Chinese Students)
  • Application Link: https://ingoacademy.ntu.edu.tw/

【Info Session Details】

  • Date: November 30, (Thu.) 12:30-13:30
  • Venue: Office of International Affairs (7th floor of the Lixian Hall)
  • Language: Primarily in English
  • Student Sharing:
  • Tanya Ling Bell, International Master's Program in Biodiversity (Internship at Jane Goodall Institute)
  • Kuan-yun Chern (Jessica), Department of Business Administration (Internship at Garden of Hope Foundation)