ceLEARN (earlier-CIEEL) offers various experiential learning field work internship programs for students interested in gaining practical field work experience. In this program, students spend 3 to 12 months working in the field to support their academic training.

This experiential learning field work internship program provides students with relevant opportunities to apply what they learn in the classroom, gain real-world experience, and advance their professional development through experiential education.

Positions are available in our affiliated organisations and institutions in various areas such as –

– rural development, – environmental conservation, – organic farming, – girls and women empowerment, – slums intervention and development, – micro-finance for integrated community development, – teaching English and other foreign languages , – teaching children through play activities, – waste management and sanitation,  – alternative energies,  – forestry and wildlife conservation,  – environmental management.

Students will have the opportunity to expand their knowledge in a selected field of study and to learn a variety of research techniques through firsthand experience. At the conclusion of the internship, student participants will be expected to present the findings of their independent projects in a research paper and formal seminar.

Eligibility and Appointment
ceLEARN will consider applications from currently enrolled undergraduate and beginning graduate students, or students who have recently graduated from an undergraduate or Masters program. Applicants must be in a position to commit fully to the completion of a project.

Selection is based upon the student’s academic credentials, extent of relevant training or experience, letters of recommendation, and the congruence of the student’s expressed goals with those of the internship program.

The specific dates and duration of the internship appointment are arranged between the Program Coordinator and the student and applications are accepted throughout the year on a rolling basis.

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