Monday, June 4, 2012

HELP International currently seeking summer interns

HELP International is currently seeking summer interns in Hyderabad, India specifically targeting Public Health students. Selected students will be from across the nation completing both their Bachelor's and Masters' in community and global health, dietetics, advertising, international relations, business, sociology, social work, and engineering among others. Their skills will contribute to the successful execution of HELP projects and those executed in conjunction with Peace Corps, LEPRA Health, and many other international organizations. Interns will have the unique opportunity to coordinate volunteers, act as a liaison between the country directors, community partners and the executive office, spearhead and lead projects.

Several positions are open in India, and they can be found at by searching for "HELP International" and India.
The mission of HELP International is to empower people to fight global poverty through sustainable, life-changing development programs, made possible by strategic alliances formed with local community organizations. HELP's core competencies are education, entrepreneurship/business and public health. This year HELP India will be expanding and developing its programs to include agriculture and engineering.

Here is a link<> to the relevant position open, but we encourage students from all disciplines to apply as there is a great need for interdisciplinary expertise in India. Organization's website:

Volunteer opportunities are also available. India is just one of the countries in which HELP International operates. Volunteer opportunities and some internship opportunities are also available in Uganda, Peru, Nicaragua, Belize, Tanzania, Fiji, and Thailand.
Please feel free to contact Brook Dorff with any questions or concerns by emails, or Skype if there is enough interest.

Brook Dorff
+919866956141 (in-country cell phone)<>
Country Director, India | HELP International
Fighting Poverty, Empowering People
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