Anuprita Singh, Symbiosis College of Arts and Commerce, 2nd year.
Name of Organization, Location, Team Strength
WWF India, Pune
Application Process with contact details
I got to know about the organization via Twenty19. I applied there and next day got a call from Trupti Ma’am (HR) in which I was asked some basic details.
Next day I had interview in the office of WWF which is in Sohrab Hall, Pune. Just after interview you are intimated whether you are in or out.
Duration of internship
August 7, 2017 to September 7, 2017 (1 month)
First Impression, First Day Formality
At first day I was introduced about WWF, which is called induction. I was told what WWF does and how it works. i was also briefed about what I am going to do in upcoming month.
It was mainly a field job. The main task which I was entrusted with was Fundraising.
There are different teams consisting of 4 to 5 people who have to go to the streets, malls or different companies and approach people and brief them about ongoing campaigns of WWF and ask them for support both mental and monetary.
The part of getting support is a bit difficult seeming one but you get ample supporters at the end of the day.
Work Environment And People
People (Aditya Sir, Amrut Sir, Rajnandidni, Ruturaj, Suraj, Amit, Vishakha, Shubham) I was working with were supporting and cheerful. It was fun working with them.
I live in hostel.
The best things working with WWF which one could get is a lot of experience compiled up with a lot of memories. I used to meet a lot of people in the companies and IT Parks.
I got a good exposure of public speaking and deal with the aggressions and mood swings of the people.
The members of the WWF are very supportive so with that support your confidence in doing anything boosts up automatically.
As the time I was working with WWF was of monsoon. So sometimes rain annoys you.
What you get?
though it is non paid internship, you get certificate from WWf which is an international organization.
If you really wanna get exposure to public speaking and improve it, I would suggest you to go for it.
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