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Redefine your West African experience this holiday season

What is an AIESEC Internship?

International internship is the most intense learning experience that we offer and links together our global network. Each year, we provide over 86,000 young people the challenging opportunity to live and work in a foreign country in areas of management, technology, education and development. Our volunteer internships are the most patronised internships and these internships are usually with NGOs or working in projects, where they relate to wide variety of issues in community development.

About the Go! West Africa Campaign

The Go! West Africa Campaign is a national campaign initiated by AIESEC Ghana to give young people in Ghana the opportunity to travel and explore West Africa! The campaign has the aim to provide unique opportunities to explore our West African neighbor’s cultures, work on interesting and important community issues and learn from the diverse sub-region we live in. Spend your vacation in another country! Meet people from all over the world!

Make a difference!

Why go on internship?

When to go?

The exchange opportunities within this campaign are with the starting date from 15th of November to 15th of January. The most common internships we offer has a duration of 6-8 weeks .


The cost includes:

Service & Support We would provide support from the day you show interest

PLEASE NOTE: The fee does not cover, transportation, feeding or accommodation during internship Cultural Preparation We would prepare you for cultural experience of the country you would be going to

Supporting Documents

We would provide all documents and arrangements needed to facilitate Evaluation We would provide your travel a contact person from Ghana to evaluate your Opportunity internship and provide support We would provide the opportunity of while you are joining a local away chapter in Ghana after your internship is over

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Go! west africa campaign booklet