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Company/Organization: MicroEmpowerED


The Project Managerís role is to innovate and manage one or more projects that can fall within a variety of areas. Some projects focus on grassroots micro-finance and economic self-help, whilst others are geared towards academic or health education. There is also a cluster of projects focusing on gender issues. We are currently searching for interns to work on health projects, which includes conducting surveys, running hygiene and nutrition workshops, and assessing the communitys access to professional medical facilities.

The Project Manager works closely with the Program Coordinator to monitor and evaluate projects and their resource needs, ensuring that their projects fit with the overall aim, mission and values of the organization. They are responsible for updating Project Manuals, as well as doing applicable research, surveys and documentation in collaboration with an Assistant Project Manager. Additionally, Project Managers should frequently be in direct contact with their project beneficiaries; for example, teaching classes, running activities, and generally maintaining a sense of open communication and collaboration.

There is a large amount of flexibility in our organisation and we believe that creative and new approaches to problems are needed to cause a real and sustainable impact, thus the Project Manager is encouraged to innovate new projects where they see a need and have an idea for a solution.

We currently have projects in both Himachal Pradesh and Punjab, with planned expansion to Rajasthan.
For more information on our projects, or to read about our current field work, please visit our website at http://educare.in/microempowered/ or our blog at http://microempowered.wordpress.com/.


Self-initiative and independence are key, as it is not possible to give daily guidance to all interns. Other essential skills are an ability to work as a part of team; leadership skills; good interpersonal and communication skills; flexibility and patience to deal with the constraints of working and living in rural India, and a positive attitude. All communication within the organization is in English, thus fluency is necessary.

It is preferred for interns to come from an academic background of social work, education, human rights, health, or political/social science. Knowledge of Hindi and/or Punjabi is an advantage.

Paid Internship Info:



40 hours per week


3-12 months

Additional Info:
As part of your internship, free on-site accommodation and workplace internet is provided. Additionally, work-related transportation and some phone expenses are reimbursed by the organization.
empowerment  marginalization  migrants  grassroots  health  sanitation  hygiene  education  social  community 
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