Intern/Volunteer @ Equity Foundation- (A Forum for Woman & Child)
Internships are an important part of the career of any student. It paves a way for a successful career and becomes a bridge between a student and an employee. Internships are beneficial because they help develop your professional aptitude, strengthen personal character, and provide a greater door to opportunity. By investing in internships, students will be able to give themselves the broadest spectrum of opportunity when seeking and applying for a job after college.
Over the last few years, internships have become extremely popular amongst students as they have learned about the importance of hands-on learning and the invaluable work experience internships bring on their resume. Recently, with increased awareness among students, a new trend has been observed in the types of internships students are pursuing. A huge number of students are opting for volunteering and NGO internships owing to the opportunity they get to contribute for the betterment of the society and skill-building opportunities in NGOs.
Students from Azim Premji University, Christ University Bangalore, Chanakya National Law University, Lady Sri Ram College, Ramjas College, Jamia Milia, Central University of South Bihar, Patna University, D.Y. Patil Pune, Vanasthali Rajasthan etc have interned from Equity Foundation.
Why do an internship with Equity Foundation:
During volunteering, you get to work and interact with people coming from different backgrounds working for various social causes. An NGO internship could be your chance to make new friends and get inspired by your fellow volunteers. You could even discover yourself while working with an NGO for the betterment of the society and this could play a significant role in building your character as you inculcate in yourself, eminent qualities like empathy, humility, patience, and optimism.
NGO internships not only add the value of work experience to your resume but also speak volumes about your ability to work in a real-time environment as well as about your character. Additionally, having a volunteering work experience on your resume can make your application stand out during your higher education admission processes as well as while you are applying for your next internship endeavour or your dream job in future.
Apart from learning the importance of teamwork and leadership while working on a variety of works ranging from conducting surveys, volunteering offers you with abundant opportunities to learn and develop both soft and technical skills. There’s another trend in NGO internships called skill-based volunteering which allows you to use your existing skills to give your meaningful contribution to the society.
Internship applicants should have:-
The students should plan for at least 1 month programme.
Documents required for application:-
Who Can Apply:-
Interns are required to prepare a written report and give an oral presentation at a closing program outlining the lessons learned and experiences gained during the internship experience at a closing program. The Intern is expected to submit a hard copy of the report to the Supervisor at the sponsor organisation and also to the Internship Professor/Coordinator/Director. The Intern will receive a Certificate on completion of the Internship programme.
The supervisor at the sponsor organization will write a short evaluation of the student’s performance at the end of the internship. The supervisor will comment on the student’s performance and contributions made to the organization, including effort, attitude, ability to work with people, and specific results achieved. This evaluation report will be sent to both the internship professor and to the Internship Coordinator/Director.
For more information, please contact our office through phone or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 0612-2270171 (L); 9431055965, 6207092051 (M).