The Archimedes Project is based on the idea that we can gather the best people and ideas to solve one of the world's biggest problems. We look for people who like to get things done and we work with them to challenge the dogma of the field of international development.
Are you interested in moving fast and making a difference? We are a remote team and accept pro-bono consultants, interns and advisors at any time of the year and have leadership positions for professionals and students.
Students work closely with a team member over one-two semesters to contribute to a project that aligns with their skills, interests and learning objectives.Apply Today →
Graduate students or professionals work with a team member to define project three to six month project utilizing their professional skills.
Professional with experience in a wide variety of fields who can provide guidance for our fellows and entrepreneurs. Three to 12-month commitment.
Business Development Intern will contribute to the development of new initiatives, partnerships and opportunities. Intern may also undertake research related to the organizational, financial, and legal structure of the Archimedes Project’s ongoing and future operations. This position will provide the opportunity to engage in activities related to nonprofit management, lean startup, base of the pyramid for-profit business design, and program development.
Research Assistant will undertake social enterprise research related to clean water or sanitation technology or the Archimedes Project countries of focus. An ideal intern is excited to delve into the global social enterprise ecosystem and has a familiarity with clean water or sanitation, global development, social enterprise or business.
Storytelling Intern will work on article-style writing about the field of social enterprise and the work of the Archimedes Project and assist in developing our communication strategy. An ideal intern is an enthusiastic writer with a deep interest in social good organizations, who can think creatively about ways to engage existing and new audiences in our work.
Fundraising Intern will support the expansion of the Archimedes Project’s fundraising capabilities, researching opportunities, assisting in the completion of applications, positioning the Archimedes Project for future opportunities, and expanding the organization’s donor base.