Internship Experience at The Finance Club, Pune, Maharashtra: Financial Literacy and Content Creator


Name of the intern

Arnav Kashyap

Name of your college

D.A.V. College, Chandigarh, Punjab

Name of the course and year of study

Bachelor of Arts – BA , Public Administration, 1st year

Name and address of the organisation

The Finance Club Non-profit organization Management, Pune, Maharashtra, India, Pin code -41103

Duration of internship

From: 01/07/2021 Till: 01/08/2021

How did you apply for the internship?

I did my internship when I was in my 1st year. I applied for the internship through LinkedIn. I mailed them my resume and cover letter. I was then asked to join the WhatsApp group and got the message for an interview at the same time. The interview took place through a video call and the results were declared in 2-3 days.

First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression

Since the internship was online; a WhatsApp group was made for regular contact with the interns. Also, regular contact through e-mail was kept. The first day we were introduced to our fellow interns and after that, we were told our internship roles. Every week the intern would have an online video call to socialize and brainstorm. A zoom session was also organized for the briefing of the roles as interns in this organization.

Main tasks

I was in charge of writing blogs, on-site and off-site content, landing pages content, product descriptions and writing copies for the banner were my additional tasks. Writing SEO friendly articles for the website was always my key responsibility.

Work environment

The work environment was extremely welcoming and motivating. Everyone motivates one another, and we are free to agree or disagree on numerous topics and express our thoughts without fear of being judged. The co-interns were extremely helpful and supportive. The Mentor’s advice proved to be quite beneficial in resolving even the tiniest of issues.

Good things

As a student, you will gain knowledge in the financial sphere and improve your financial knowledge. Interns’ working hours may be variable. The entire team is humble, understanding, and helpful. Another crucial and impressive feature is that the mentor was always willing to assist.

Bad things

No bad things as such.

Stipend (if any)


Details about accommodation and commute

This internship was an online internship, which is why it is a kind of work from home.

Anything else?

It was a very rewarding and educational experience. I would recommend this internship to anyone interested in learning more about the financial business. Overall, the internship was a great experience that helped me gain confidence.

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