- Students get to work directly with experts in the field and innovative community development programs.
- Students will learn and develop key skills required for a successful career in the development sector including communication, fundraising, project implementation, project monitoring, etc.
- United Way Mumbai certificate of internship completion.
United Way Mumbai (UWM) offers internships to students and young professionals who intend to work in the field of health, environment, livelihood, education, public safety, and social inclusion. Following are the guidelines that are required to be followed by interns working with UWM throughout their tenure at the organization.
The minimum duration for an internship at United Way Mumbai is 15 working days and 8 hours a day. No internship application will be considered for the availability of a lesser duration.
For full details about an internship at United Way Mumbai, please click here.
To apply for an internship, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, with an attached CV.
About the team: Our team reflects the broader collaborative spirit of United Way. Only by bringing together people from diverse backgrounds can we create innovative solutions that address the most complex challenges of our time. We strive to create a culture in which our employees grow through each other’s experiences and knowledge, and are constantly striving to develop themselves. The work that we do is challenging, but our teamwork and camaraderie lay the groundwork for it, earning us the Great Place to Work Certification for the second year in a row.
About United Way Mumbai: United Way Mumbai is a non-profit organization working in urban and rural communities across India to identify and implement the most impactful solutions to community problems. As a leader in the Indian development sector, UWM works closely with a network of 500+ NGOs and a large number of corporates for their CSR programs, employee giving campaigns, and community impact projects. Over the past 20 years, the organization has partnered with 300+ companies and 100,000+ individual donors for community development projects. UWM’s expertise lies in identifying, designing & implementing high-impact projects in the areas of Education, Health, Income, Environment, Public Safety & Social Inclusion. We are part of a 130+-year-old international network spread across 41 countries.