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Internship Details

About Internship:

International NGO Internship Program in India is focused on university students and young professionals (duration – ranging from 12-weeks to 1-year) aimed to facilitate experiential learning and professional-development opportunities for self-motivated passionate young people in the work areas of related to development (sustainable development, local / regional / international development, rural development, community development, etc), cross-cultural peace and conflict resolution through integrated sustainable development work, social and economic empowerment, gender equity, community based healthcare, alternative and informal education, global citizenship education, environment conservation, etc.

While helping engaging young people in grassroot level development, EduCARE India’s International NGO Internship Program in India has helped scores of students and professionals develop relevant career education and international work experience with a good measure of affordability, flexibility and quality. As a non-profit, we have hosted hundreds of international volunteer – interns in the past few years.

Positions in this International NGO Internship Program in India and our affiliated organisations and institutions are available in various areas such as:

integrated rural sustainable development
rural healthcare
environmental conservation
sustainable and organic kitchen gardening and farming
gender equity, girls and women empowerment
slums intervention and development
micro-finance for integrated community development and poverty evaluation
women’s micro-enterprise development for localisation of economy
teaching English and cross-cultural awareness
IT and computer education
children’s after school education through play activities
waste management and sanitation, social / community / wildlife forestry,
alternative energies, – eco-building. – community based disaster management and emergency planning, development communications and social marketing, eco-fair trade, etc
The International NGO Internship Program in India work duration may be customized to vary from 6-weeks to 6-months, extendable to 12-months.

There are project-site incentives like basic furnished accommodations with working kitchen and washrooms, workplace with internet communications, local sim card with messaging data, local project related transport, external technical support, mentor-ship and supervisory services are provided by the organisation up to 6 months (extendable to 12-months duration).

This is an opportunity for young people to step in, lead and make a difference in their own lives, while making a positive development impact in the communities they work with. Volunteer-interns are supposed to be self-motivated, self-led, self-organised with a passion to learn in the field of work they chose to undertake in alignment to our vision, mission and goals. Individuals with positive attitude to learn and gain cross cultural perspectives, along with creative, systems and design thinking will fit in good. Individuals with rigidity of ideas; over-critical judgmental/monitor-evaluators; not open to creative or lateral thinking; will not be a right fit our organisation.

If interested to volunteer – intern with EduCARE India NGO or its affiliate program NGOs in India through its International NGO Internship Program in India, then please read through other related links on this website for available positions to check if the positions / work areas are suitable to your interests. Also check our blog site to read through experiences of some of the international interns. Thereafter, email your motivation letter, cv/resume, and id copy through email to >> internship(at)educare.in

Roles and Responsibilities:

EduCARE India, a non-profit development NGO offers opportunities to international students / young professionals looking out for volunteer-internship on issues of:

Sustainable Rural Development

Capacity Building in Rural Communities

Gender issues and Women Empowerment

Rural healthcare, Yoga, and Ayurveda, maternal healthcare. - education and career resources for women, girls' and children's education, - micro-finance. Women's Self Help Groups, rural economy, poverty alleviation, marginalized communities empowerment. - eco-building, alternative energy - sanitation, waste management, forestry and organic farming

Perks:

1. Accommodation with local host family / intern house shared accommodation
2. Internet
3. Mentorship
4. Certificate

No. of Positions

4

Skills Required

Application Deadline

Apply by: 7th Nov `19

Stipend

Expenses Covered

About Company

NGO – Identity & Philosophy

NGO Statute

EduCARE India, is a self-sustainable autonomous community development and public welfare NGO with registered No. 175/2017/HP, earlier No. 1430/2004-05 in India. 

We are committed to the cause of global good and trying to make a difference with the following vision, mission, goals, and values.


Vision

Every human being is capable, confident and responsible global citizen. 

EduCARE envisions a world where all people have the opportunity and capacity to direct social, environmental, and economic resources toward sustainable outcomes that improve lives and communities.


Mission

EduCARE’s mission is to:


Develop and administer effective programs that have at their core the goals of spreading knowledge and awareness, imparting skills, creating opportunities and capacity building among individuals, families and community groups leading to regenerative sustainable development;

Develop and implement creative community-based strategies to enhance pathways for social justice, public health, economic empowerment, intellectual freedom, and ecological consciousness among individuals, families and social groups working to achieve their rationalized Life Dreams.

Goals

Our goals are:


to be an NGO, known for its commitment and credibility for developing innovating programs that helps build local capacity and inspiring leadership, resilient civic institutions, and innovative projects for community education, engagement and regenerative sustainable development in the communities that we work with;

to support and complement the policies and initiatives of local, regional, and national governments NGO/CSR initiatives aimed at social justice, public health, economic empowerment, education and life skills, and environment conservation;

to design, develop and implement systems and processes for sustainable development at grass-root level supporting the inter-governmental – international initiatives on regenerative sustainable development, including the SDGs;

to create opportunities for interested aspiring young leaders and women to develop global perspectives, explore their own potential, develop leadership skills, and contribute to community based sustainable development initiatives;

to leverage and utilise the potential of social entrepreneurship and volunteer action through young people and women in leadership.

Values

Our values are at the core of all that we, as an organisation, do. Our commitment to applying the values to the way we work makes us unique among other, similar, development NGOs. We are:


Self-motivated, 

Global-local Citizens,

Experiential Learners,

System and Design Thinkers,

Applied Researchers,

Future Leaders,

Grass-root level development workers,

Social Innovators,

Community Educators and capacity builders,

Change-makers/change-agents,

Reliable partners and team-members,

Humane and Responsive,

Culturally Sensitive and respectful,

Ethical and professional

We value honesty, integrity, dedication to our cause and the motivation and resolve to overcome any obstacles. Self-initiative and leadership combined with cultural sensitivity and teamwork are the primary traits we hope to discover and promote among our team-members.


Our Principles & Beliefs

Our philosophy relies on the principles and belief that:


Local communities are capable of developing from within, without external financial aid;

Creative and new approaches to problems are needed to cause a real and sustainable impact;

If we lead by example creating new solutions, we can inspire people to join / follow us;

Volunteering and a general belief in the need to help each other should serve as the base of change;

A social entrepreneurial approach is the most effective and sustainable;

Allowing people to rely on charity for their livelihood encourages ‘rent-seeking’ behavior, discourages self-help, and is thus not supported;

A lot can be done with willpower and passion; money is not the only agent for change;

Awareness through education is the basis of creating a desire to develop sustain-ably;

Youth can be at the lead for community based sustainable development through engagement, development and role-modelling approach.

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