America's Unofficial Ambassadors


America's Unofficial Ambassadors is a DC-based non-profit, seeking to promote citizen diplomacy and increase the number of Americans who volunteer in the Muslim World. THeir programs are geared towards students, with Semester Abroad and Summer Service Internship opportunities in Morocco, Zanzibar, Tajikistan, and Indonesia. Through their programs, students are placed in an internship with a school or an NGO specializing in areas of human development. They offer students the chance to make a difference through service, along with a variety of benefits-- language classes, academic credit, a Certificate in Citizen Diplomacy, and a professional mentoring program.

“I’m writing to share some exciting information about our 2016 Summer Service Internship offerings. We have several internships available for students looking to launch a career in International Relations or International Development, including –

Teaching English or French in Morocco’s Mid-Atlas Mountains
Teaching English, Science, or Computer Literacy at a Zanzibari high school or an Indonesian madrasa
Conducting social media and outreach campaigns for the only autism advocacy NGO in Tajikistan
Developing youth empowerment programs for NGOs in Morocco or Indonesia
Managing funding proposals for a women’s empowerment NGO in Zanzibar
Producing, filming, and editing videos and documentaries for a public health NGO in Zanzibar
Managing research projects for a reproductive health non-profit in Indonesia
And more!