Applications for the Cambodian Children’s Trust project have now closed.
While most 180 Degrees Consulting projects are run with organisations in the same city as a particular branch, we also have international projects. Please fill out the form below to apply for the current project with the Cambodian Children’s Trust. If you apply for one project, you will only have to express your interest in future projects and confirm your availability to be considered for those as well, since we will store your application.
Cambodian Children’s Trust
The Cambodian Children’s Trust (CCT) is a non-profit NGO running projects to help break the cycle of poverty in the Battambang region of Cambodia. CCT provides practical, long-term support to some of Cambodia’s most vulnerable people.
180 Degrees Consulting will undertake a project for a period of approximately 3 months from November 2011 to February 2012. The team will work from Sydney for most of that time, before travelling to Cambodia for approximately two weeks in early February 2012. The consulting project will focus on publicity, program prioritisation, partnership development, and financial sustainability.
For more information on the Cambodian Children’s Trust and the project, please download the Project Brief.
This video from Australian Story shows the work of the Cambodian Children’s Trust.
Apply to join this project
Applications for the Cambodian Children’s Trust project have now closed. We will reply to you by email when your application has been assessed. Successful applicants will receive a more detailed project brief.
- Be studying at a university where a 180 Degrees branch currently exists.
- Be able to spend on average 2-3 hours per week on any assigned project.
- Be able to dedicate a minimum of 2 weeks in another country working on a 180 Degrees project.
- Be prepared to travel overseas as part of their attachment with 180 Degrees Consulting. Although a minimum of A$500 will be provided to cover expenses, candidates must be prepared to fund a significant proportion of their travel and accommodation costs.
- If any course of higher education has been completed, candidates should have achieved at least a 2.1 designation or equivalent (such as a distinction average mark in an Australian University).
Ideally candidates will:
- Have previously been involved in projects with 180 Degrees Consulting
- Be able to show evidence of high-level success in extracurricular activities
- Have a strong academic background which is relevant to the needs of the prospective client
In addition, those applying for Team Leader must:
- Have previously been involved in a 180 Degrees project
- Have demonstrable experience in leading teams successfully