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Our Values

The Interns Association of Zambia has adopted values such as stewardship, accountability, transparency, integrity, viability, accounting standards, and consistency to guide its operations and relationships with stakeholders.


Making available information to stakeholders on how funds are allocated and spent. Holding our achievements based on expenditure and upholding legal obligations to avail the financial report to relevant authorities.


Operations remain focused, oriented, specific and always measurable despite changes in systems of operations.


Our cornerstone on which our stakeholders can build their confidence in us, and we shall not be in any way compromised be it politically, financially, religion or race.


Our books are readily available for auditing and our goal is to keep a record of every accounting transactions made. We are open to new ideas and ideology that work in line with our vision, mission and objectives.

Community Activities

As the Interns Association of Zambia, we are doing everything we can to ensure that the program benefits graduates, interns, and the community. Our internship programs have the added benefit of encouraging social interaction among the community of job seekers, interns, and graduates in order to connect them with companies and assist them in submitting successful applications. Keeping those professional and personal connections strong might come in handy in a variety of situations. As a result, through youth active involvement programs, the association will present all activities aimed at delivering professional growth, skill enhancement, entrepreneurial mindset development, and community development.

Awareness Programs

The Interns Association of Zambia intends to engage diverse youths in the community in order to raise awareness about interns and internship programs. There are many youths who have no idea what an internship is or how to get one. The purpose of this awareness program is to inform people about the value of doing an internship and obtaining experience before applying for their ideal job.

Skills Center

Our skill center program aims to give underprivileged and financially challenged people access to trade courses. The purpose is to provide youths with the skills they need to work and to reduce the number of unemployed and inactive youth in the community. Bricklaying, carpentry, metal fabrication, and plumbing are just a few of the courses given at the training center.

Mentorship Programs

Getting out of your comfort zone can be difficult at first, but it is an excellent driver for progress. We give professional development both before and after your program begins. The program's resources help you prepare for your internship before you start, make the most of the experience while you're there, and then successfully leverage that experience in interviews with potential employers. You will feel totally prepared to enter the world as a global citizen and a potential industry leader after completing our program.

Available Programs and Events

We seek to promote social change on a national basis, and our activities include, but are not limited to, environmental, social, advocacy, and human rights activity.

Interns Association of Zambia survey

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Short Courses

The Interns Association of Zambia offers short courses to help you become more open-minded, skilled, accepting, and patient. Future employers will be assured of your adaptability, initiative, capacity to understand alternative perspectives, and readiness to try new things when they see our completed courses on your CV or resume combined with an internship through our programs.

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