Cincinnati Internships

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Interns in Cincinnati work on projects that advance the strategic goals of SOTENI International while gaining experience.  Interns will be asked to have a consistent schedule for the duration of their internship.  Projects can include fund-raising, volunteer management, grant writing, and other administrative functions.

To apply:

 1. Send your completed application and resume to Executive Director Randie Marsh at randie@soteni.org.

 2. SOTENI will confirm receipt of your application by e-mail.  An interview by phone or in person may be requested.  SOTENI, a small nonprofit organization, is not able to offer paid internships in most cases.


Cincinnati Volunteers

In the Cincinnati office, assignments might include organizing special events, creating publicity materials, updating the website, writing proposals, assisting with fund-raising campaigns, refining donor lists, and completing clerical tasks.  We have opportunities for everyone from high school students to retirees,and we welcome your ideas about how best to use your skills, energy, and resources. 

To apply:

 1. Send your completed application and CV to Executive Director Randie Marsh at randie@soteni.org.

 2. SOTENI will confirm receipt of your application by e-mail.  An interview by phone or in person may be requested.

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SOTENI Clubs

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Student-run clubs with educational information about HIV/AIDS, SOTENI, and/or Kenya. Clubs raise money, collect clothing, and acquire medical supplies to send to Kenya's Villages of Hope. They also help support children through SOTENI's Sponsorship program and teach responsible behavior that prevents AIDS.

Recent efforts to raise funds for SOTENI while increasing HIV/AIDS awareness in the greater Cincinnati area include Paint the Town Red—a night of music, food, and fun for young adults to learn more about SOTENI's efforts in Kenya, and about HIV/AIDS.

We invite high school students to start their own SOTENI clubs or to incorporate activities regarding SOTENI in current school clubs. For information, contact Randie Marsh, SOTENI International Director, at randie@soteni.org or 513-729-9932.

Kenyan Internships

Interns in Kenya work primarily in rural settings and provide support to the community and its leaders.  The interns also learn about the rich cultures of Kenya while sharing their own gifts, experiences, and insights.

SOTENI's goal is to enable interns to be AIDS-prevention advocates in both Kenya and their home countries.  Above all, the program demonstrates the principle of interdependence.  Interns work alongside Kenyans to achieve the goals set by the four Villages of Hope.

We are open to ideas from you about how best to use your skills, energy, and resources.

To apply:

 1. All applicants are required to read the Kenya Internship Information Packet to gain a better understanding of the program and its requirements.

 2. Pay a $25 nonrefundable application fee through PayPal.   Checks, made out to SOTENI International, can be mailed to SOTENI International,

 3. Send your completed application and resume to Executive Director Randie Marsh at randie@soteni.org.

 4. SOTENI will confirm receipt of your application by e-mail.  An interview by phone or in person may be requested.  SOTENI, a small nonprofit organization, is not able to offer paid internships in most cases.


Kenyan Volunteers

Our Professional Volunteer Program is designed for any adult interested in helping out developing countries.  Past professionals have included doctors, engineers, accountants, researchers, teachers, and architects.  We are flexible and will work to ensure your skill sets and talents are used to better the Villages of Hope SOTENI works in.

To apply:

 1. Send your completed application and CV to Executive Director Randie Marsh at randie@soteni.org.

 2. SOTENI will confirm receipt of your application by e-mail.  An interview by phone or in person may be requested.  SOTENI, a small nonprofit organization, is not able to offer paid positions in most cases.

Other Ways...

Get in touch with us! Whether you have an idea, or want to fill a need, we are always open to getting others involved in the fight against HIV/AIDS.