E&H Foundation launched the ‘Internship and Volunteer Programme’ in the year 2017. The Foundation offers paid internships to young college graduates to encourage them to learn more about the social sector and to give these young minds an opportunity to study an important issue such as education crisis on the ground in real-time. The internship programme at E&H Foundation is tailored to facilitate the need of the students to explore and understand the development sector as well as contribute meaningfully to the cause. We urge students to work across the platform and gain experience in different fields while working for the cause of education for all children in India.
Under the volunteer programme, we motivate and inspire young college students to learn more about different social issues and help create a positive impact on the lives of vulnerable people.
Our ‘Action Heroes’ bring with them new hope and innovative ideas to tackle the problem of lack of access to quality education and enable dreams for underprivileged kids in India. To become an action hero at E&H Foundation, write to ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’
Urshitaa Mittal (Marketing Intern)
Urshitaa, a final year student Mechanical Engineering at NSIT, Delhi joined us as a Marketing Intern in July 2019. Her vigour and zeal towards the cause of education and her promptness at assisting the team with drafting proposals and marketing initiatives have further helped E&H to reach out to like-minded organizations and people.
“I chose to intern at E&H as it gave me a channel to let out the passion I have towards helping those who can’t help themselves. I firmly believe that we live all our lives just for ourselves, every once in a while it’s rewarding to detach yourself from the shallow world and work towards things that actually matter. Good deeds go a long way.”
Vaishnavi Rastogi (Communication Intern)
Vaishnavi, a student pursuing Post Graduation in Mass Communication from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, believes that perseverance in the only key to any successful work – there is no alternative to determination. She joined us as a Communications Intern in July 2019. Her sincerity and flair for creating impactful stories have enabled E&H in amplifying its work and voice.
“Some experiences serve us with desired information while some provide us with knowledge. Such has been my internship with E&H Foundation. Not only did E&H Foundation give me competent knowledge but also made me better as an individual. The unbent support and humbleness of the mentors always filled me with great ecstasy as I saw myself grow and work for a meaningful cause.”
An explorer, learner and believer; Bani, an English hons graduate from Delhi University interned with us as a communications intern. Using her creativity to support a noble cause, Bani has been a great asset towards helping us reach out to people.
“I’m a graduate in English Honours from Delhi University, a passionate theatre artist and a Spanish language advance level student. I have a keen interest in understanding the socio-political conditions of the society. As a learner, trying my hands on different things is what I love. I see myself as an explorer, experimenting and discovering the unexplored self of my reality. An artist within me craves to walk on the creative paths of the artistic realms. Multi-tasking, working on new things and doing volunteering work is a part of my daily routine.”
Carolyne, an Economics student at Sri Ram College of Commerce interned with us as a communications intern and added colours to our social media.
“I chose to intern with E&H Foundation because I had prior experience of working with less privileged children and that’s where I felt more connected with the cause. But, I also felt the work profile offered a lot of scope for me to learn in the field of communication which, in fact, I did! I was able to learn a lot more about NGOs about the children from the experience.”
Kritika, a student of Maharaja Agrasen College, Delhi University pursuing bachelors in Business Economics, believes in hard work and strives for perfection in her work. She interned with us and worked wholeheartedly.
“The internship program at E&H Foundation has helped me build up and groom my knowledge in various sectors. The best thing is you are given the opportunity to work and at times take decisions on your own. The environment provided to the interns is quite flexible as well as challenging which helped me learn so much.”
Shivani, a student pursuing post graduation in mass communication from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, believes that learning has no age. She interned with us and gave her best to the Foundation.
“The internship with E&H Foundation didn’t just add up to my skills but also help me realize many things which is very essential for our generation. The kind of exposure and knowledge I received here about the social sector was of diverse kind. I feel happy I got the opportunity to intern with the Foundation.”
A student from Sri Ram College of Commerce volunteered with us as a fundraiser and helped hundreds of children in fulfilling their dream of quality education.
“I chose to volunteer for E&H Foundation because I deeply care about the education of the underprivileged and E&H is doing a great work in the same with excellent learning outcomes. It’s been a pleasure and a great learning experience volunteering for the Foundation.”
Manshi, a student of Sri Ram College of Commerce, believes in the power of her dreams. She volunteered with us and helped us reach out to maximum supporters.
“I volunteered with E&H because I wanted to understand in depth the education scenario in India and contribute my worth in promoting quality education for children. Further, I wanted to develop myself as a person by interacting with people, thereby, improving my communication and persuasion skills. This volunteer programme helped create a better version of myself!”
A kind and optimistic person who is always ready to face challenges.
“I chose to volunteer with E&H foundation because its objective to provide quality education to underprivileged children is what interests me. It’s a great way to give and learn.”
Shristi, a student pursuing B. Com (hons.) at Sri Ram College of Commerce believes in giving back to the society.
“I’m currently a student at SRCC. I’m an introvert and I really wanted improve my communication skills and my ability to convince either personally or through social media. E&H Foundation has been a great platform to do both. Besides, I was able to do the least a person can; with the opportunities he or she has towards the society. I wish to create more competition for the next generation by helping to uplift the under developed assets of the society.”