With humanitarian employment opportunities growing at 6% per year - it's a great time to explore your career pathways... but where do you start?
But most of us have thought about it - buoyed by a news story or NGO marketing campaign we ask “isn’t there more I can do?” The good news is...
SYDNEY, NSW (December, 2017): Humanitarian Institute has announced the dates of its Certificate in Humanitarian Foundation Summer programs. The Certificate is an intensive experience facilitated across Australian and New Zealand cities.
Ready to change the world? Apply now to Humanitarian Institute's Certificate in Humanitarian Foundations.
You’ve navigated the application process - sent an amazing resume and cover letter that stood out and impressed the selection committee - and now you’ve been contacted to arrange an...
Here we explore practical actions you must implement to accelerate your humanitarian career trajectory.
Humanitarian Institute is building a humanitarian leaders ecosystem that will collaborate with and empower communities to solve local and global problems.
Cory Steinhauer, Humanitarian Institute’s CEO, will lecture at University of Sydney starting Semester two. Focusing on international project management, Cory will be facilitating both undergraduate and postgraduate units.
Here we explore practical actions you must implement to accelerate your humanitarian career trajectory. Enjoy, and please, if you have any requests for content just let us know!
Is it easy? Nope. Should it be easy? Nope.
I am not young enough to know everything’ – Oscar Wilde
SYDNEY, NSW (June 15, 2017): Aspiring humanitarians to benefit from an innovative Internship Program being launched today by Humanitarian Institute.
Episode 3: Humanitarian Resumes - Structure
Practical tips you can use when developing a Resume that will get noticed. Applying for, and successfully getting work, in the Humanitarian industry is different - you need to be...
Humanitarian Institute has announced the launch of its Global Humanitarian Schools Program.
We believe our world has the people to solve any problem, even humanity’s most urgent challenges.
A humanitarian or international development career is not an easy ride. You’re working on some of humanity’s most challenging issues.
The next wave of Humanitarian Institute’s Sydney 'Certificate in Humanitarian Foundations' graduates are now empowered and prepared to address humanity's grand challenges.
The humanitarian job search, for newbies and experienced personnel, can be a long and frustrating process.
Humanitarian Institute and Human Surge announce partnership to provide Certificate in Humanitarian Foundations graduates surge roster verification.
Move beyond just sending resumes to advertised jobs.
We all have those moments.
9 tips to get in the game!
Ever liked writing your response to selection criteria?
FREE workshop that opens your mind, and busts some myths, about building a successful international aid career.
Free workshop that opens your mind, and busts some myths, about building a successful international aid career.
Early in your career? Seeking a change?
When applying for a professional humanitarian opportunity...
AVI opportunity based in Honiara for 12 months.
Don’t want to spend your life behind a keyboard, in a bland office, making other people money?
Part-time junior program opportunity with a small NGO based in Sydney, NSW.
If you ask the ‘average’ international humanitarian how they got there, you’ll hear some surprising responses - we’ve spoken to successful Aid Workers from a variety of professional backgrounds including...
Why do we adhere to the myth that it’s OK to pay people millions to destroy the planet - hello, Oil Execs...
Project Coordinator, Nutrition,World Vision, Doolow, Somalia.
Humanitarians come from different backgrounds and work in a wide variety of sectors - health, education, logistics, agriculture and so on. Yet, research suggests that effective Aid Workers possess similar characteristics.
Our world’s challenges are playing out against a backdrop of population change; climate change; economic uncertainty; political turmoil; civil unrest; and technological transformation.
"Opportunities are like sunrises. If you wait too long, you miss them." William Arthur Ward
Great entry level position with UNICEF in South Sudan.
"The path in front of you is rarely a straight line. It’s full of bumps… Embrace the bumps in the road." Ellen Bennett.
The ‘hidden humanitarian job market’. Sounds mysterious. It’s not.The humanitarian sector is like many in the sense that the majority of opportunities aren’t even advertised.
Year 13 interview of our CEO, Cory Steinhauer... enjoy!