Internships

Internships at SAATH is a golden opportunity for students and development professionals from around the world to experience working with a grass-root level organisation and thus contribute to issues such as livelihoods, education, health and urban and rural development.

There are two types of Internships one can apply to:

Individual Internships

This is an opportunity for individuals (students and working professionals below the age of 35 years) who would be interested in taking up an internship within SAATH’s existing programmes.

Partner Internships

These are internships that are offered by various colleges and universities within whose curriculum Internships are mandatory. 

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“After working in the corporate sector for 4 years as a strategy consultant, I decided to switch gears and apply my business background in the development sector. Before coming to India I was specifically interested in exploring the social enterprise space, and SAATH has given me the runaway to explore and implement innovative business models to help create more sustainable organization. The staff at SAATH has been unbelievably supportive and helpful throughout the duration on my fellowship. The beauty of SAATH is in its ability to create a knowledge sharing platform between slum residents and the middle-class Ahmedabad community. Through my experience at SAATH I have not only grown professionally, I have also had an opportunity to build lasting relationships with people I probably would not have gotten to know to such a depth without SAATH’s platform. SAATH’s desire to constantly innovate, as well as its deep relationship with the community it serves makes it the ideal organization in which to make a lasting impact and simultaneously indulge in a grassroots level experience.” 

-Bijal Shah, Intern