Online Internship Experience at Center for Child Rights, UNICEF, NUSRL: Article Writing, Research Work, Friendly Working Environment {S}

Name, College, year of study of the student intern

Priyamvada Singh, 3rd year, Galgotias University

Name of the organization where you interned and its full address

Center for Child Rights, UNICEF, NUSRL. It was an online internship

Duration of internship

1st June 2020 to 1st July 2020

How did you apply?

I sent my CV and a Cover Letter expressing my interest to ccr[at]nusrlranchi.ac.in.

First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression

The coordinator of the internship, Pratikesh called me and explained my roles and responsibilities in this internship. He was very friendly and not at all intimidating.

Main tasks

I had to research and prepare articles for which I would duly be given credit for later. These articles were meant to be published on their official website.

Work environment

Casual and friendly.

Good things

The duration was very amazing. I loved learning new things, and even after the internship was over, the coordinator provided us links to online books since we were all isolating in this pandemic and did not have access to many books.

Bad things

It was just a one-month long internship. I wish it lasted longer.

Stipend

None.

Accommodation, commuting to the office

It was an online internship.

 

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