Intern at SchoolEducation.Com

We invite college students, graduates and individuals who want to work part pro-bono and are passionate about working for youth  development. Key areas for participation are Instruction and Training, Supervision, Counseling and Assessment.

Duties / work
To advise, guide and assist the partners
To service  the needs of our Partners
To keep records
To liaise and coordinate activities in an area
To handle communication needs of clients
To work online /could space and complete work assigned
Qualities / pre-requisites for an Adult Volunteer/ Interns
Business like: organised, systematic, goal oriented and prepared.
Friendly: warm, empathetic, out-going, positive and friendly.
Verbally Interactive: listens, accepts, probes questions and encourages.
Stimulating: imaginative, stimulating, exciting, provocative, interesting and avoids dull routine.
Individual Oriented: treats each individual as a unique learner.
Multi-media Integrative: uses diverse media for visualisation, dramatisation, demonstration, and manipulation, reading and listening.
Good IT and Web knowledge is a must and to volunteer you must have a phone, computer and be willing to travel out of town if needed.
Costs / out-of-pocket expenses are reimbursed at actuals please.

Interns management policy
Interns  are an essential part of our successful enterprise. Most of them work directly with the partners and provide support at the local and national level. Enthusiastic, knowledgeable and responsible interns can make a huge impact in retaining and encouraging more people to work with us and take ahead the development agenda.

Emphasis is on outstanding service over a significant period of time; the individuals are not employed by SchoolEducation.Com but work in a volunteer capacity. It is mandatory for Interns to commit 250 man hours in the year with a minimum time frame of 50 (fifty) hours a month. The minimum time involvement is normally one year, though there may be exceptional cases when a shorter period of service would be worthy of recognition, or where breaks in service could be taken into account. The judgement of successful internship is inevitably  subjective, but considerable involvement of an individual's own free time to the undoubted benefit of a number of people, is the basic criterion. Evidence is also required of positive advancement of the our aims and philosophy. The person should have demonstrated superior efforts and initiatives during his or her period of involvement with us and is expected to have shown exceptional ability, reliability and results in one or more fields related to its operation.

How to take this ahead?
Sign up today, simply email your areas of interest and commit fifty hours a month. Once you are accepted, you will get a token payment of Rs. 5000.00 per month on successful completion of your fifty hours in the month. You are not required to work at any fixed office / location and will have to commit to work on projects and assignments at your comfort level and place. It is mandatory to visit the Office once a week and you will have an Evaluation & Monitoring (M&E) criteria to comply with; assure good work quality and get valuable work experience.
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Email you expression of interest to sd@ebd.in

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SchoolEducation.Com: Internship:
Interns  are an essential part of our successful enterprise. Most of them work directly with the partners and provide support at the local and national level. Enthusiastic, knowledgeable and responsible interns can make a huge impact in retaining and encouraging more people to work with us and take ahead the development agenda.

Sign up today, simply email your areas of interest and commit fifty hours a month. Once you are accepted, you will get a token payment of Rs. 5000.00 per month on successful completion of your fifty hours in the month. You are not required to work at any fixed office / location and will have to commit to work on projects and assignments at your comfort level and place. It is mandatory to visit the Office once a week and you will have an Evaluation & Monitoring (M&E) criteria to comply with; assure good work quality and get valuable work experience. 
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