Join the team of specialist educators at the NGO and benefit from a truly professional experience, which will allow you to gain university credits. Participating in this project also means having a positive and lasting impact on the local community. You will be working at the Fort Kochi Home for Disabled Children, contributing to their education.
Are you looking for an internship in an NGO in India? If you have experience in the medical field or experience with children with learning disabilities, we are looking for interns in centers for the disabled such as hospitals, nursing homes, schools, etc. You will be able to help with education and leisure activities as well as psychomotor activities while doing this internship in India. Like all of our humanitarian internship programs, the project in India allows you to gain university credits while making a positive and lasting impact on the local community.
When accompanying children with disabilities in a drop-in center, your tasks will include assisting local teachers and educators with their classes, providing educational ideas and tools. The school welcomes more than 100 children, suffering from various mental illnesses: dyslexia, autism, down syndrome, deaf and dumb children).
A typical volunteer's day begins with breakfast at 8:30 a.m., and workdays run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday to Friday. A coordinator is always present to facilitate exchanges in all our programs. Lunch is taken at home or at the workplace.
In the afternoon or evening, volunteers can take classes, participate in workshops, visit the city and have dinner.
The assignment depends on the skills and profile of the participants. A telephone interview and an application (CV and cover letter) will determine the placement of the volunteers on educational projects ranging from childcare to the organisation of extracurricular activities and tutoring / assistance in schools for those with the most training.
Yoga classes, cooking classes, painting classes, pottery classes, meditation classes, Hindi language classes, Ayurveda classes and Ayurvedic massages, temple visits, excursions, surfing, cycling, trekking, and many other adventures during this course in India!
So if you are looking for an internship in an NGO in India, get involved in this special educator project!
Our local NGO prioritises the safety and well-being of its volunteers to ensure that they have the best possible experience with the children and local communities, and that they have lasting memories of their mission. The costs charged by the association allow for the financing of operating services, on-site staff, volunteer expenses (meals, lodging, transportation, activities) and a portion of the funds paid to the projects themselves.