One Laptop per Child – Africa Internship

March 2, 2009 at 4:30 pm Leave a comment

One Laptop per Child – Africa Internship Program

Students have played a pivotal role in every revolution, except learning.  That will change in 2009.  Through One Laptop per Child, student teams from around the world will each deploy 100 XO-laptops throughout Africa this summer. If you are an undergraduate or graduate student with an interest in education, technology or capacity building, our internship will provide you with unprecedented hands-on experience.

Student Teams will:
• travel to one of the 53 African countries of their choosing for 9-10 weeks
• participate in a 10-day orientation in Kigali, Rwanda at OLPC’s office
• receive a $10,000 (USD) team stipend
• deploy 100 XO laptops, including hardware and support
• collaborate with other teams as part of a life-long global network empowering a generation
• send 1 representative to MIT/OLPC’s all-expense paid summit from Oct 10th-12th 2009

About OLPCorps Africa
Our interns will be active members of our innovative 1 to 1 laptop-learning project and hold key roles as leaders in our grassroots movement.  OLPC summer internships, which are full-time commitments, begin June 8. Teams will work closely with the One Laptop per Child team to design and implement XO deployments, join a uniquely African OLPC network, and lead a growing social movement.

How to apply:
For more information on OLPCorps Africa and specific application requirements, please visit our website: Proposals must be received by March 27th.

Note: Latin America internships are available in Peru & Uruguay.  Please contact

Contact with any questions or concerns.


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