Delhi Greens Invites Applications for Summer Internship Programme

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summer internship

Delhi Greens invites applications for the tenth edition of its Summer Online Internship Programme (SOIP) 2020. SOIP is a six-week long internship programme which invites youth to get hands-on experience of working on live projects aimed at environmental protection. Most of the work is to be done online,under the supervision of an assigned mentor.

Duration: Six weeks (June-July 2020).

Available Projects: Interns will be placed with one or more existing projects of Delhi Greens. The key projects which require interns this year are DG Blog Magazine, Wetlands Inventory Project, Developing eLearning courses and Campaign against Climate Change.

Eligibility: The Summer Online Internship Programme is open to youth who are citizens of India and are interested to learn about Environment and make positive difference to their surroundings. Applicants must have good command over English and/or Hindi language and should have basic knowledge of communicating over the Internet.

Total Intake: The total intake of interns for SOIP 2020is six.

How to Apply: Candidates interested to apply for SOIP 2020 need to send their Resume/CV and a one page Statement of Purpose (SoP) for applying to Delhi Greens for this internship.

The aforementioned documents need to be mailed to jobs@delhigreens.org with the Subject, Application for SOIP 2020.

Last date for applying for SOIP 2019 is 25 May 2020.

Applications will be processed as they are received. Upon successful completion of the internship programme, interns will be provided with certificate and letter of recommendation (based on performance).

Click here for further information.

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