We have both ongoing and semester-based projects at Pesitho where we offer the opportunity to University students who are looking to gain experience working within a professional environment. Our previous projects have ranged from Engineering to Anthropology, including field missions in Uganda and Myanmar. If you are interested in working with us you can look at the available positions below.
If you have a project proposal that you would like to send to us or would like more information please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the contact form provided at the bottom of this page!
We currently do not have any open projects. Please feel free to send us an email if you wish to submit a proposal by using the contact form at the bottom of the page.
Students are supported by the PESITHO team who guide projects in areas including Engineering, Renewable Energy Technology, Logistics, Business Development, Data & Statistics, Software Development, International Development, Anthropology and Humanitarian Assistance. We are based in Herning, Denmark however many of our projects are based across East Africa, so depending on the project, you may need to willing to travel. Take a scroll through some experiences captured from our previous student researchers:
“The collaboration with Pesitho on the ECOCA was a super educational and exciting process. Throughout our project, we were guided very well by the employees and through that, we got to know ECOCA. We are all excited about the product and the opportunity to make it even better”- Elisabeth Katballe, BDE student at Aarhus University
“My time with PESITHO was one of the best decisions I have ever made career-wise and personally. I got to apply my skill set in the real world and see the impact that you can make on real people’s lives and was given a lot of responsibility and trust to work independently. To experience first hand the lives and struggles of people so different from your own makes you realize your privilege and the importance of this type of work. Also, everyone at PESITHO are lovely people to work with. “- Emma Ladefoged Rasmussen, Anthropology Student at Aarhus University