As people whose voice is heard, who have access to social media, have the capacity to influence policies and build pressure for positive government action for inclusive development, we believe that the middle class have a pivotal role to play in shaping the discourse on tribal rights.
Internships are a part of our Volunteer Action program. Our interns come from diverse professional and educational backgrounds, and are seen as integral contributors to the movement for tribal rights. All our partnerships with interns entails that their experience with SOUL in the struggle for the rights of the tribes will enable them to be able to participate in future activities and movements regarding this. In that sense, the internship is recognized as a beginning of a much longer relationship between SOUL and the intern, as well as the institution they represent.
Internship Aims To
- Provide an opportunity to interns, to put into practice and deepen their theoretical knowledge of development issues.
- Provide the interns a platform to develop a more grounded understanding of challenges faced by tribal people in an Indian context
- Give interns an opportunity to learn advocacy, research, campaigning, networking skills and operational aspects of development work.
- Provide opportunities for them to strengthen, build and scale-up volunteer programs.
- Provide exposure for interns to take action for tribal rights in their daily lives.
- Enable them to transform into committed volunteers for tribal rights after the internship program.
- Internship programs are designed to offer exposure to students from varied academic and professional backgrounds.
- The design of an internship depends on both the interest and skill areas of the interns as well as requirements of SOUL.
- This is an intensive engagement and no stipend is offered.
- The incidental costs pertaining to the assignment may be covered.
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