Nobel For Ukraine
Join our special program to uncover new skills, experiences, and networks, and apply for prosperous job opportunities.
Are you a Ukrainian displaced by the War?
We would like to help
Leaving your home, and having to adapt to another country, doesn’t mean you can’t do things that you love or find a job that makes you happy and helps you grow.
Devastated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and encouraged by the resilience and bravery of the Ukrainian people, we have created a special online program designed to help you and other displaced Ukrainian youth, adapt faster to these circumstances, improve your skill set, and apply for prosperous job opportunities.
What is Nobel Internship Fundamentals?
STEP 1: Intro Course - 5 meetings
Consists of the course of your primary interest
- Basics of Internet Troubleshooting and Communication
- Pitch & Presentation
- Introduction to Web Design
STEP 2: Leadership Course - 4 meetings
STEP 3: Leadership Practice - 11 meetings
Here you get to take the other intro courses from your peers and practice your leadership skills!
STEP 4: Welcome a new community into Nobel - 7 meetings
Choose type of program and select the start date to find out the schedule
Application deadline: ---
First meeting: ---
Frequency of meetings: ---
Schedule: --- *
* Your country may be changing time zones as we are going into Spring. In Nobel, the course times are GMT 2pm-4pm. Please review the time zone change based on your country of residence.
Duration of Fundamentals (first stage of the Internship Program): ---
Frequently Asked Questions
YES, IT IS! Our goal is to provide equal education and growth opportunities to everyone, therefore, the Nobel Internship Program is completely free of charge.
- A 16+ year old interested in developing their skills for the 21st century global job market
- Someone who wants to improve their conversational English
- Someone who can commit 4h+ of scheduled activities per week
- Someone who wants to meet people from different parts of the world
In Nobel you will:
- learn and improve the essential hard and soft skills you need for your future;
- gain the experience of working in an international company;
- receive a certificate and a recommendation letter upon completion of the Internship;
- find the most awesome, smart, motivated, and interesting people from all over the world;
- boost your English level.
- PC / Laptop (NO tablets / phones) - Windows / Apple / Chromebook
- Headset with boom mic / Earphones with mic / Gaming headset
- Working webcam
- Noise-free environment
- Stable internet connection
- Fill out the form;
- Check your inbox;
- Attend Group Interview & Orientation meeting;
- Welcome onboard!
You can find more details about the courses in this pdf file
Meet Our Interns
Anna, 16 y.o, UkraineNobel Intern
Firstly I need to say that got familiar with Nobel due to the Film club📽. I was searching for some new opportunities and figured Film club in one group.
Then I decided to try to join the Nobel internship, it was something new for me and I didn't expect anything. I just realized that there were courses that I'd like to participate in so I applied and was waiting for the answer🙂.
However, it came in a really interesting way. Now I'm in love with Nobel, all the people, and activities here🤩. Currently, it's a huge part of my life. I got a new experience that helped me to overcome my fears of pitching to the public and trying something new☺️. In addition, I have lots of international friends here and I'm happy with it🤗. To wrap it up I can add that the Nobel community is more than just an internship, it's a family that always supports you and helps to improve yourself🥰.
Begum, 18 y.o, TurkeyNobel Intern
At first, I had only one reason to join Nobel which is completely different than the reason why I still continue after a year of my internship now. It used to be to find people to chat with in English (i was on the edge of forgetting the language) Even if I find a friend, you know, it is a little awkward to speak your second language with someone with who you share the same mother tongue. It is not as effective as speaking with people that English is your only choice to communicate. But then once I started my journey, I was shocked by the amount of skill I gained even how fast and fun my facilitators did that. I'm way better at doing presentations, speaking in front of people, leading a meeting, giving proper feedback, and working in a team. They don't teach us these soft skills at school. They are the 21st-century competencies! Also since my teammates were from different countries, I got to know new cultures as well as new perspectives... And yes I did improve my English a lot :)
Amelia, 17 y.o, USANobel Intern
I joined Nobel because I am super interested in technology and coding, in which Nobel has multiple courses. I also knew I needed to improve my soft skills in presenting and communicating in teams. since joining, I have met so many cool people and learned a lot about other countries and cultures across the globe. I have grown much more comfortable with speaking with my team members and in front of a large group while also gaining knowledge of technology
Bruno, 34 y.o, BrazilNobel Intern
I joined Nobel looking for opportunities to interact with other students from different cultural backgrounds,
as a way to practice my communication skills and improve my teamwork abilities and technological knowledge.
At Nobel, I've met a lot of smart students from different parts of the world, worked to develop soft skills, got more confident when having a conversation in English, and have just joined the automation team, where I'm going to develop some technological knowledge with an amazing team. Also, Nobel is a wonderful way to spend some time in the company of very lovely people.
İkra, 16 y.o, TurkeyNobel Intern
My most significant benefit from Nobel Internship was improving my English skills. I got the opportunity to talk about my ideas, so I can speak more confidently now. The other benefit was meeting people around the world and getting to know their culture more. I have learned about facilitators' experiences and I had the chance to facilitate some people on my own.