Delhi Greens Invites Applications for Summer Internship 2017


Delhi Greens is a Delhi based non-profit organisation working to ensure environmental harmony and sustainable development since 2007. Each year, Delhi Greens engages young people in its Internship and Fellowship programme to 1) enable them to learn/ improve their various skills, 2) become aware about Environmental issues and 3) help spread this awareness to the masses.

Interns are placed with Mentors from the organisation and are provided internship certificate after completion of the internship duration and after satisfactory work done report submitted by the respective Mentors. Most of the interns maintain a long-term relationship with Delhi Greens and continue to tread on the green path until long after the internship period.

Delhi Greens now calls for applications for Summer Internship 2017. Selected candidates will be places under any of the various projects/ programmes/ campaigns being run by the organisation. Most of the work will be online and the candidates are required to have access to a computer/laptop and an Internet connection. A glimpse of some of the projects at Delhi Greens that are accepting interns this year can had by clicking here.

The Summer Internship will be for a period of at least 4 weeks, and a maximum period of 6 weeks depending on the allotted project. Interested candidates, who are passionate about the cause of environmental protection, can simply send an updated copy of their CV and a scan/photo of their College ID card (if applicable) to latest by 7 June 2017.

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