The AidBoard Blog

Interview with Eric – SolidarMed hiring team

[symple_box color="yellow" text_align="left" width="100%" float="none"] Who has better advice for job seekers than the hiring teams? This time we interviewed Eric Anderegg, that shares with us interesting information on SolidarMed selection process. SolidarMed...

Giving Up the Comforts of Home and Learning to Live In the Field

Getting ready for the field is not just about preparing for the big hardships, with vaccinations and security briefings, but also being prepared for the small, day-to-day hardships. The everyday things we take for granted while we are at home can be seriously missed...

Master of Arts in Community Development Policy and Practice

The Master of Arts in Community Development Policy and Practice is a low-residency, 14-month program at the University of New Hampshire that prepares individuals for advanced policy- and practice-oriented work in sustainable community development both in the United...

The Importance of Support and Networking in Aid and Development

Networking is not just about your career when you work in international aid and development, although building connections with teachers and colleagues can be an important way of getting into this field. It is also about creating a support network that can help you...