Interns will spend four weeks observing community-based health programming in Delhi, India. Learn about public health from local NGOs, community members, and healthcare providers in one of the world’s most populous cities. 2021 programs start July 3rd or August 7th.
Support a New Delhi-based public charitable trust, which provides homes and resources for orphaned and abandoned children and underserved young adults in India. Interns will support activities from the head office and can also organize and assist with educational and social programs in the children’s homes. Opportunities are available within teaching (English, art, technology, life skills, etc.), social and health programming, IT, communication, organization, and management. Unique homestay option for interns to live at one of the children’s homes.
Intern with a small women-run collective dedicated to promoting forest garden biodiversity and food security through the conservation of traditional seeds in Southern India. Immersive experience for those looking for hands-on opportunities, as well as research, program development, and office-based work.
Internship on a 25-acre organic farm with an eco-lodge provides hands-on opportunities for students interested in biodiversity, sustainability, tourism, hospitality, and non-profit management in India. Research projects also possible.
Interns complete rotations in a variety of clinical and non-profit care facilities across India. Ideal for students from all backgrounds with an interest in health and medicine in a global context. Two program options of 10 weeks are available each term.
Center for Social Medicine: 10 week clinical observation internship in partnership with the Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences in Loni, India. Interns have the opportunity to study health care at the 900 bed teaching hospital and in local rural communities. Rotations may be tailored based students’ background and interests.
ATREE is a non-profit research institution working in the areas of biodiversity conservation and sustainable development to conserve India’s biodiversity. Interns can assist on current research projects or support marketing and communication efforts from the office in Bangalore.