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Education Programmes Associate at iHub, Nairobi.

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Job Description

The Education Programmes Intern will work with the Education Programmes Manager to execute various educational programs and initiatives. As a Programmes intern, you will join critical conversations with Education stakeholders in Kenya, highlighting action points which will form the basis of programmes which would address the quality and access to Education in Kenya.
The Education Intern is a proactive self-starter individual passionate about education with
excellent organizational and communication skills, capable of working with cross-functional teams and looking to build a career in Education Programmes Design and Management. He/She displays an agile mindset, capable of switching between tasks, yet paying attention to detail and ensuring defined goals are met.

Programme Management

  • Working with the Education Programmes Manager to design strategies and execute programmes that guarantee access to and quality of education in Kenya and across Africa.
  • Manage new and existing relationships with partners and stakeholders, including the public and private sectors.
  • Manage the implementation of the in-school and out-of-school programmes of the Education team.
  • Gather data required for the development of proposals and concept notes.
  • Conduct research on education topics and provide insights to inform programme development.
  • Assist with programme evaluation and analysis, including tracking performance metrics
  • Create detailed and timely reports and infographics for all running projects.
  • Maintain records and documentation on all programmes
  • Attend meetings and collaborate with the larger Education team to support programme initiatives

Community Management

  • Work with the Community Associate and the larger organization’s Community team to implement the monthly Edtech activities.
  • Maintain the Community database.
  • Moderate the engagements in the Virtual ed-tech Professionals communities[Teachers’ Lounge and Viable].
  • Gather content for the Edtech Community Blog and Newsletters.
  • Working with the wider Community Team to curate content for the monthly company-wide newsletters.
  • Respond to inquiries about the Edtech Communities


  • Strong interest and the desire to learn
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent people skills – you will be required to interact with a diverse range of people on a daily basis.
  • A friendly attitude and great communication skills are essential, with the ability to moderate online and offline conversations with our community.
  • Proactive and enthusiastic attitude; ability to take the initiative in the absence of the Education Programmes Manager.
  • Experience engaging in, managing or leading community initiatives [physical and virtual] E.g. Fellowship programmes, Campus Ambassador Programmes etc.
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
  • Great organizational skills with a strong eye for detail and the ability to multitask.
  • Knowledge of Google Suite packages and Microsoft Office applications
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