Internship or

volunteering

Share your knowledge and learn

Sharing of knowledge creates powerful energy. We use this power to help people improving their environment and thus their lives. Join as an intern or volunteer to share your knowledge and skills, and implement them in various projects.

Volunteering or internship?

Anybody can volunteer for a certain amount of time. Interns however, are usually students or trainees who work in order to gain experience or satisfy requirements for a qualification. An internship requires a period of at least three months full time. 

Fields of interest (both interns and volunteers):

  • Environmental teaching
  • Permaculture
  • Waste management
  • Upcycling research and development (e.g. 3D printing, product development)
  • Media (website content creation, social media, and graphic design)
  • Event management
  • Grants and funding
  • Fundraising campaigns
  • Social enterprise development

You will receive a Word document. After filling in, you can send it to: rama@rolefoundation.org

At This Moment, We Need Interns or Volunteers for:

Permaculturist

Responsible for doing research and development of Permaculture in ZeroWaste Center.

Job description:

  • Conduct research about permaculture
  • Develop ZeroWaste Center’s current initiatives in Permaculture
  • Develop strategy in Permaculture initiatives of ZeroWaste Center.

Qualifications:

  • Have basic knowledge of Permaculture ethics and design principles
  • Able to speak English
  • Passionate about the environment
  • Be willing to learn and share skills and knowledge
  • Have a strong interest in permaculture
  • University students are open to apply

You will receive a Word document. After filling in, you can send it to: rama@rolefoundation.org

Testimonials

“My internship focused on upcycling efforts of the existing waste resources at the ZeroWaste Center.

Working with R.O.L.E. Foundation’s team members was a very meaningful experience. Beside the professionalism, they are creative and collaborative in every aspect they’re working on. It was such a pleasure to be part of the R.O.L.E. Foundation’s team.”

Putu Brahmanda Sudarsana (Nanda)

Student Mechanical Engineering (Udayana University)

“During my internship, I focused on upcycling research and development, such as exploring new ways of making waste more profitable. I also operated various upcycling machines such as a plastic shredder, injection molders, 3D printing machine, etc. Besides that, our co-intern and me I applied our mechanical engineering knowledge by designing a 3D printing product using computer-aided design (CAD) software.”

Shaquille Kandou (Shaquille)

Student Mechanical Engineering (Udayana University)

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Contact us if you have any ideas on participating in making Bali more environmentally friendly.