Calling all those who wish to ‘be the change’ – there is an opening for a social work researcher with Child Relief and You (CRY), a well-known NGO dedicated towards the rights of underprivileged children. A 46-day internship, this can sandwich seamlessly between your first semester – it is also the first among many CRY internships on the horizon for college-goers keen on social work experience.
Amid the top 10 NGO Internships in India (as per a recent curation we did this year), CRY internships offer students a chance to be part of a cohesive volunteer program based in three streams of work – advocacy, research reports and event execution.
The working structure that an intern would face with CRY internships is very autonomous in nature, with each state cell practically hiring and working with them on their own individual needs.
What is this Internship in CRY all about?
A 46-day internship, beginning from August 15, CRY has opened up a position for a social work researcher for a keen hand. They are looking for an intern to dissect state policies on children on relevance.
The candidate in question would have to research on the following basis:
Note: This is an unpaid internship.
Why should you consider it:
- Social work experience
- Policy experience
- NGO internship experience
Keen on the position? You could read more about it and apply here.
If you’re keen on NGO internships, consider reading up on our curations over them: