This week we introduce Letta Muleka, our communications & projects intern who has a knack for planning and organising. She joins the UNIC Windhoek team as part of the Centre’s graduate internship programme for 2018.
Letta is an excellent public speaker and natural leader. She is a team player who is admired for the energy and ideas she brings to every project. Her ability to plan, execute and take initiative at any given opportunity has made her an important part of the UNIC Windhoek family.
This week we introduce Marijana Tubic from Serbia. Through our graduate internship programme, we house national and international interns who wish to gain insight into the work of the Centre and the UN Namibia. The minimum required period is 3 months up to six months.
Read the interview with Marijana and learn more about our team members.
UNIC Windhoek through its graduate internship placement programme hosts national and international interns for a minimum period of 3 months up to 6 months. During the internship, interns are exposed to the work of the UN Namibia and work along side UNIC Windhoek staff to implement programmes and campaigns. Meet one of our talented Namibian interns currently working at the Centre, Gina Gowases.