Internship at IRM is a great opportunity for the young and fresh university graduates for inculcating and enhancing their skills through orientation and practical field exposure about development issues and poverty dynamics. Every year IRM provides opportunity to young interns to groom into young officers enabling them to assist and often undertake critical development decisions based on their training, knowledge and field experience.
IRM offers two types of Internship programmes annually
- Summer Internship Programme
- Internship Training Programme
In both programmes, IRM offers interns with an extensive training where they learn to build their motivational skills, effective communication and presentation skills for enhanced results when interacting with rural communities. During regular and summer internship interns works under the guidance of top-notch development professionals. At the end of internship, evaluation of the participants is conducted which determines their future status in the organization. The successful interns are offered continuity of their services for the organization as a regular employee, while those who cannot qualify are provided with an expansion of internship for another six months under the same terms and conditions.
It is a remarkable success of IRM in terms of developing human capital formation that as of June 2012 3,366 interns have been trained so far including 2,235 men and 1.131 women.
How to join: IRM