Gati Foundation is a Dehradun, Uttarakhand based environmental action and advocacy group. It is registered as a not for profit under the Societies Registration Act 1860 in June 2017.
About the Internship
Summer Internship Program 2019: Blogging for Nature
The internship program aims at researching and reporting on issues related to environmental policy & regulation in the Himalayan Uttarakhand.
The applicants are expected to undertake extensive research assignments and produce evidence-based, data powered and well-researched outputs in the form of blogs.
Applicants will get an opportunity to publish their original research with Gati. Applicants will work on coming up with creative, engaging and well-structured blogging series for their research assignment.
Applicants will be expected to produce two to three blogs per week. Candidate must be expected to stick to deadlines strictly.
Research projects will be based on the following topics: solid waste management, air pollution, forest governance, urban greenery, char dham all-weather highway project, climate change in the Himalayas, ecotourism in Uttarakhand and water crisis in the Himalayan region.
Requisites for Internship
Fluent in writing in English.
Comfortable with going on the field for research and data collection.
Familiar with social media forums especially Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Willing to read and research lots of literature.
Have the ability to research and write on ongoing environmental trends and issues.
Self-driven and committed to writing on issues of environmental conservation.
Place of Internship: Dehradun, Uttrakhand, India
Stipend: Rs. 2000 per month and a certificate will be provided by the foundation.
Duration: 2 months (1 June to 31 July 2019)
All the interested candidates are required to send their Resume and Two recent writing samples (each of it being not more than 500 words) at reach.gati[at]gmail.com.
Last Date of Application: 20 May 2019
Mr. Rishabh Shrivastava: Policy Analyst and Digital Editor (Gati Foundation)
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