Sampark provides excellent opportunities for students and professionals to participate in its work and expand their knowledge and understanding of development issues by engaging in research and activities focused on areas of women’s empowerment, early childhood care, empowerment of migrant workers and microfinance.
To suit individual needs and Sampark’s activities, we have two types of involvements at Sampark, Volunteers and Interns.
Sampark collaborates with various organizations (such as Gateway of India, Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute) that place interns in full-time, 3-6 months positions at non-profit service organizations.
Interns/volunteers work full-time and are fully integrated into the Sampark staff. There is no stipend associated with an intern position.