ACODE's internship programme is designed to provide experience that is relevant to future careers in research advocacy, outreach and networking. It offers mentoring opportunities and formal training to students coming to the end of their university education or those at an early stage of their working lives. ACODE has two types of internships:
Research Interns that provides research assistance to the research directorate, and contribute their research, analysis and writing skills to studies intended for publication in different research areas and
Program Interns that provide assistance to ACODE's programs and outreach initiatives, and develop the knowledge and skills necessary to manage successful programming in a think tank environment.
Internship programmes last up to 3 months and are available mainly within ACODE's research/programme directorate but also within support functions of the organisation such as communications, Publishing and Events Management, M&E and other units.
Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment (ACODE) is an independent public policy research and advocacy Think Tank based in Uganda, working in the Eastern and Southern Africa Sub-regions on a wide range of public policy issues.