Careerlinked empowers young people with work readiness skills who are looking for interns. The program offers young people having degrees but looking for the first taste of work.
Interns are key players in our main activities and will get the opportunity to work on core projects. As an intern you transform lives of young people and shape their career. You drive meaningful change for clients while developing your own skills and building careers.
Duration: 3 months
(A) Compulsory - Career Planning of students and adults from ambition till achievements using tools & technology provided by the Council.
(B) Optional - Any of the following:
Eligibility: Graduates/Master degree holders aged between 20 and 30 years with or without work experience. Able to commit to a minimum of 12 weeks and up to 6 months with the Council.
Training: All interns will be provided 15 days free of cost training in the field of career management.
Stipend: Rs 4000 per month, after completion of training, to meet travel related expenses within the city.
The interns who satisfactorily complete their internship term will be provided letters of recommendation and experience certificates. Good performers can get employment opportunity in various domains as mentioned above.
To apply, please email your resume and brief details of “How to make guidance services more effective” to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Q. What internship programs does offer?
We offer a variety of programs in the fields of career education and work readiness to help youth understand their potential, set life goals and succeed at school and in career. We accomplish this by partnering with parents, teachers, institutes and dedicated volunteers who bring the “real world” into the classroom, to help prepare the leaders of tomorrow.
Q. Who should apply to the Council’s internship program?
The Council’s interns are a diverse group of college students from all academic disciplines.
Q. What kinds of training opportunities are available?
We encourage interns to invest in themselves and grow their personal and professional skills.
Q. How are programs delivered?
Through our committed volunteers and professionally trained career advisors — who work in collaboration with schools using a variety of learning methods to engage students.
Q. Is there a fee for the career awareness?
Thanks to the generous support of our volunteers, the Council is able to provide career guidance completely free of charge.
"This was one of the greatest experiences of my life. If you apply yourself you can get so much out of this internship. This is a job that you'll love to get up and go to every morning, and hate to go home at the end of the day. The staff is very friendly, they don't make you feel like an outsider, they make you feel like you belong part of the organization, and they value your input and appreciate your work. "
– Soumya Nair
"If you are looking for a normal internship then it is not for you. Here the opportunities to contribute in the organisation are unbelievable. I learned and gained more work experience in my short time with Guide2India than most people get from 3 years in college. It is the highlight of my resume."
"The uniqueness of an internship is that you function as a truly integrated member of the staff. Your opinions and work are respected and promoted. You are given adequate time and independence to pursue projects that will benefit you in the long-run."