Volunteering & Internship


Many of us volunteer because we want to give something back to the society that has given us so much. Most times, we strongly believe in or care about certain issues or causes. Whatever the reason, volunteering transforms you and the world around you.

  • Volunteering is a chance to use your skill to make tangible contribution to those in need. It is an opportunity to share your knowledge, skills and passion.
  • Volunteering does not require a special degree or prior experience. It is simply a willingness to help.
  • Defined in broad terms it is the contribution made by individuals in terms of quality time, specialized skills, fiscal support, etc.

Some of the areas in which you can work are:

  1. Teaching ( Tutor a child)
  2. Data Management/ office assistance
  3. Creative designing / Writing / Create Web pages or Web content
  4. Public relations
  5. Nursing
  6. Cleaning
  7. Help at a community event
  8. Organize events
  9. Start an awareness campaign in your college/ local community / office
  10. Development and fund raising

Take a small step to become a volunteer and make a big difference in someone’s life. Housing and food arranged for internationals.


We also offer internship for the social work students attending accredited college or university. The intern’s needs for self expression, skill development and humanitarian contribution. The program is a truly inspiring time. Interns gain considerable personal development, enhancing their transferrable skills, and having a rewarding experience unique to this type of work.

Typical Day to Day Activities include:

  • Informal Education: Interns will be involved helping children learn core subjects like English, maths, general knowledge, as well as social skills like manners and etiquette. You could also help the students prepare for their exams.
  • Arts & Crafts: You would conduct arts workshop involving arts and crafts. This part is up to your skills and imagination, and the main intention is to encourage the children to develop theirs and learn new skills.
  • Healthy Body and Mind: You will teach the children the basics of health, hygiene and nutrition, picking up where previous interns have left off and introducing new topics and ideas to the students.
  • IT Skills: You may teach the children how to use a computer and help develop useful practical skills.
  • Games and Sports: You will teach the children the basics of different sports such as football, badminton and volleyball. By doing so the children learn to enjoy themselves by playing games and get good exercise as well

Social Work interns receive supervised training in a clinical setting involving individual, group, and couples counselling, intake, case work , group work and crisis intervention.

(Housing and food arranged for internationals)