If you are interested in contributing to GBCHealth’s mission and have specific skills and expertise that you feel might help advance our programming and organizational development, please contact us at info@gbchealth.org. We are especially interested in individuals with strong backgrounds in business, partnership development and public health.

Current Opportunities:

The Global Fund represents one of the most efficient avenues for business investment in the three pandemics, while also providing opportunities for co-financing and collaboration on the ground. To date, the Global Fund has committed USD 23.7 billion in funding to more than 1,000 programs in more than 140 countries—an unprecedented investment. GBCHealth serves the role of Focal Point for the Global Fund Private Sector Constituency (PSC), a group of companies committed to supporting the Global Fund’s mission to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria.

Internship description:

The Global Fund PSC internship offers a hands-on learning opportunity for graduate and senior undergraduate students seeking exposure to corporate social responsibility and public health issues. The PSC Intern will be involved in researching companies’ engagement with HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria; tracking Global Fund programs, policies and announcements; assisting with preparation for Global Fund Board meetings; drafting news items for the website, e-readers, newsletters and print publications; developing presentations and communication materials; summarizing reports; note-taking at meetings and teleconferences; copy-editing print publications produced by the department; and conducting ad-hoc research on Global Fund issues as needed. Also, the Intern will at times perform administrative duties, including organizing correspondence, managing event logistics, coordinating e-mail and print mailings, arranging travel, and providing database support/maintenance.

This internship will span four months, with the possibility of an extension. The internship will take place virtually. All interested candidates should be available part-time, for a minimum of 20 hours per week. Full time is preferred. The intern will report to the Program Officer and Focal Point to the Global Fund Private Sector Constituency.


  • Monthly PSC e-reader: Monitor the Global Fund website, PSC mailbox and other sources for new and relevant communication to share with the PSC Advisory Group. Draft the monthly summary e-mail.
  • PSC newsletter: Assist with drafting articles
  • PSC annual report: Support research, design and drafting of the PSC annual report
  • PSC web page: Assist in drafting Global Fund/PSC specific articles for the GBCHealth website
  • PSC marketing materials: Update the PSC PowerPoint presentation, contact lists and one-pager, as needed

Events (virtual and in-person):

  • Quarterly calls: Track participants and take notes for calls
  • Other teleconferences: Track participants and take notes for PSC task force calls and other calls, as needed
  • Global Fund Board Meetings: Track participant attendance, draft report summaries and assist with PowerPoint presentations
  • Event takeaways: Draft summary reports for PSC events that staff attend to share with Advisory Group and on GBCHealth’s website

Information management:

  • Prepare meeting and conference call notes for review
  • Assist in tracking PSC member information—participation in meetings and teleconferences,
    communications received, invoice payment, value delivered and other activities
  • Ensure PSC and Global Fund folders on the GBCHealth shared drive are organized and up-to-date
  • Update Salesforce with PSC activities and engagement with companies

Research and briefing:

  • Summarize Global Fund documents and audit reports for dissemination to Advisory Group, as needed
  • Prepare company briefs and conduct research to identify potential new PSC members and/or private sector donors to the Global Fund

Desired qualifications:

  • Strong writing, editing and research experience and skills
  • Experience in project management and managing competing priorities
  • Exceptional attention to detail, highly organized and ability to multi-task and adapt in a dynamic
  • Highly proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Experience working in an international organization a plus
  • Advanced command of design software a plus
  • Experience working with Salesforce a plus

Appropriate for:

  • Public health and strategic communications graduate students
  • Recently graduated undergraduates with experience or interest in communications, business and public health


  • GBCHealth’s Internship program provides students and professionals with a rich learning experience in a dynamic global organization
  • The program is not salaried, but a modest stipend is provided

Application details:

Send your resume and cover letter to PSC@gbchealth.org. In the subject line, enter “PSC internship (Spring 2021)” along with your first and last name. For example: PSC internship (Spring 2021), Jane Doe.

No phone calls please. We will only respond to those candidates whose qualifications most closely match the internship description.

Available: August – December 2021

What we need

GBCHealth is seeking an intern to work with the Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa (CAMA) team from August to December 2021 (with an opportunity to extend). This internship offers a hands-on, substantive experience working with the CAMA team to help the Alliance and its corporate members in the region to drive a sustainability agenda around public health and malaria. This full-time position reports to the Program Director who is based in Nigeria. This is a remote-based position.

Who we are

GBCHealth serves as a hub for business engagement on the world’s most pressing health challenges. It has a strong track record of catalyzing private sector investments and partnerships, designing platforms to build knowledge and multi-stakeholder collaboration, and creating tools to support companies’ ability to improve health and wellness in the workplace, in communities and collectively at a national, regional or global level.

CAMA is a GBCHealth-led initiative to drive partnerships for malaria control and elimination. The Alliance is a unique coalition of companies from various industries, all with business interests in Africa. CAMA channels the collective force and voice of the private sector to drive impact on malaria in Africa from workplaces to region-wide initiatives.

What does the role involve?

The CAMA intern will assist the CAMA Program Director in planning and implementing 2021 CAMA activities, focused on ensuring clear communication of CAMA messaging across communications channels. Your responsibilities will include (but are not limited to):

  • Support the implementation of communications strategies
  • Support the development of communications tools such as brochures, infographics, factsheets, multimedia assets, etc.
  • Draft and edit communications copy (e.g., press releases, publications, social media posts)
  • Draft and organize social media content to promote CAMA’s work on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn
  • Assist in maintaining web content and executing social media strategies
  • Support the organization and preparation of meetings and events planned by CAMA including communicating with participants, and drafting invitations; CAMA events will continue to be executed virtually in 2021 due to COVID-19
  • Contribute and ensure the visibility of events, campaigns and key activities planned by CAMA (e.g., drafting articles, developing podcasts, etc.)
  • Assist in drafting articles for CAMA issues briefs, newsletters, website, presentations and reports, including conducting background research
  • Prepare notes from CAMA events and calls with members and partners
  • Proactive and ongoing research to identify event and media opportunities for CAMA partnerships and participation
  • Other tasks as assigned to contribute to team and program goals

Qualifications and skills

  • This role is appropriate for graduate degree students or recent graduates; experience or interest in nexus of business and public health is preferred
  • Excellent writing and research skills for a variety of audiences (e.g., corporate, NGO and academia)
  • Exemplary communication and interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively in a small team environment
  • Understanding of media relations and digital media strategies
  • Strong organizational skills, close attention to detail, ability to multitask and be proactive
  • Experience in managing competing priorities
  • Experience with social media, especially within the context of a company or organization, is preferred
  • High proficiency in Microsoft Office; familiarity with design software is a plus
  • Fluent in written and spoken English


  • GBCHealth’s Internship program provides students and professionals with a rich learning experience in a dynamic global organization
  • The program is not salaried, but a modest stipend is provided

Application details

Qualified applicants should send a resume and cover letter to okeyamo@gbchealth.org. In the subject line, please enter “GBCHealth, CAMA Intern” along with your first and last name. We will only respond to those candidates whose qualifications most closely match the internship description.

We’re seeking a communications and social media-savvy graduate intern to join our team (virtually) for between 3-6 months, 20+ hours a week, starting as soon as possible. If that’s you, read on!

What we need

You have a creative mindset and ability to communicate compellingly in written and visual form. You also have an excellent academic record, and are skilled in running social media campaigns, with a strong interest in global health issues. We’ll need you to provide advice and analysis on current global health trends, and create infographics, reports, op-eds and social media content.

What we’re offering

A chance to contribute to an effort which aims to impact the health of populations globally, through engaging with the private sector, governments, UN and other organizations passionate about driving change. You will be part of a small and dynamic team, working with colleagues on all levels to produce and disseminate content and tell stories through publications and social media.

Who we are

GBCHealth is the pre-eminent organization focused on business engagement in support of meeting global goals for health. Our vision is a global business community that contributes its assets, skills, influence and reach to create a healthier world for employees, their families and communities. GBCHealth works with companies worldwide to guide, support, encourage and champion their engagement in global health. We also work closely with the UN, governments, multilateral organizations and civil society.

What does the role involve?

Reporting to GBCHealth’s Communications Officer, you will:

  • Design social media activities, including developing original content and identifying opportunities to engage with ongoing discourse
  • Provide communications support for our online events
  • Maintain and develop content for the GBCHealth and partner websites, including writing short articles
  • Assist with developing and drafting articles for our monthly newsletter
  • Support development of our new communications strategy
  • Assist in the development of briefings, presentations and other communications materials
  • Update and help to maintain GBCHealth’s knowledge management system (Salesforce)
  • Support our Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa and the Private Sector Constituency to the Global Fund as needed.

Qualifications and skills

You will have an MPH (or related) degree, or have an undergraduate degree with experience in business and/or public health. Or, you have a degree in public relations/communications/marketing/journalism with an interest in public health.

We’ll be delighted if you bring:

  • Excellent writing, editing, communication and research skills suitable for varied audiences (e.g. corporate, NGO and academia)
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to work independently, under supervision and in a team-based environment
  • Exemplary interpersonal skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Ability to manage and prioritize projects with multiple and often competing deadlines
  • Experience using Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook, preferably for an organization/corporation

We’d love it even more if you have:

  • Background, knowledge, interest and/or experience in one or more of these areas: communications, international public health and development, healthcare, non-profits, private sector philanthropy, advocacy and/or media
  • Experience with Adobe Creative applications (Dreamweaver, Photoshop, etc.)
  • Experience using Salesforce or another CRM or database management tool
  • Knowledge of HTML and/or WordPress


GBCHealth’s Internship program provides students and professionals with a rich learning experience in a dynamic global organization. The program is not salaried; however a modest stipend will be provided.

Tell us why you’re excited about this opportunity:

If you think this might be the right role for you, send us your resume and cover letter to mromney@gbchealth.org.

Please respond to the following questions in your cover letter: 

  1. Why are you interested in GBCHealth and this position?
  2. What makes you especially qualified for this position?

We can’t wait to hear from you!

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