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• Starts Jun 23

Internship - Social Impact Intern - 12 months, Start 24th June 2024

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AI generated summary

  • The ideal candidate for this Social Impact Internship at Oracle is an upbeat and motivated undergraduate student who excels in a fast-paced business environment. They must have strong interpersonal skills, good time management, and the ability to analyze data effectively. Additionally, they should be self-motivated, a great teammate, and eager to continuously learn and develop new skills. Basic understanding of MS Office products is also required.
  • The candidate will promote Oracle's Volunteering Programme, lead volunteering projects, provide mentorship on compliance, promote volunteering opportunities, supervise employee participation, co-ordinate meetings, assist Social Impact Leads, and participate in special projects.

Placement Program



Join a fun and flexible team and improve your skills to build a solid professional foundation.


  • Upbeat, articulate, and motivated students with the right demeanour and ability to succeed in a fast-paced business
  • Undergraduate students completing a university placement programme
  • High level of energy, drive, commitment, self-belief, and achievement-orientation
  • A real great teammate
  • Good time management
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Able to analyze data/situations and draw logical conclusions
  • The ability to self-manage, with strong organisational and planning skills
  • Self-motivated to continuously expand personal and professional knowledge
  • Keen to learn and develop new skills, not afraid to fail
  • Basic understanding of working with MS Office products

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities



  • Promote Oracle’s world-leading Volunteering Programme with passion and enthusiasm
  • Become an advocate for volunteering in Oracle UK and help grow our community of volunteers
  • Lead your own local and UK-wide volunteering projects, working with a wide range of charities
  • Provide mentorship and advice on compliance with local and global policies
  • Promote volunteering opportunities through internal communication channels, including quarterly newsletters, encouraging your colleagues to join you in helping change people’s lives
  • Supervise employee participation, produce slides and presentations for senior management and key partners
  • Co-ordinate strategic planning meetings (agenda’s, logistics, attendees, minutes, actions)
  • Assist Social Impact Leads in the running of the programme in the UK
  • Participate in special projects as appropriate


Work type

Full time

Work mode


Start date

Jun 23, 2024