Seva Internship
Generally, an internship consists of an exchange of services for experience between the student and an organization. Students can also use an internship to determine if they have an interest in a particular career, create a network of contacts, or gain school credit. Seva – a Sanskrit word that means ‘selfless service’ is the inherent human quality that moves us to empathize with others and this internship with AarogyaSeva: Global Health Volunteer Alliance will give you an opportunity to do just that.

These Internships are open to high school students, college or university students and post-graduate adults from both India and abroad. The areas of internship include Medicine, science, law, management, business, media and mass communications, technology and advertising. The different types of internships include Work experience positions, including shadowing, research internships as well as virtual internships. These are unpaid voluntary positions lasting 4 weeks or longer.


All the internship programs are co-conceived methodically by the participants under guidance of their mentor Dr. Dayaprasad G Kulkarni - a medical doctor, public health specialist, entrepreneur, artist and development consultant. Visit the interns blog to read more http://goo.gl/euhBBH
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Question 1: Where am I now?
Take an inventory of yourself, personally and professionally. Think of this as a snapshot (in writing) of you,
here and now. This can be a useful tool to reflect back on later in the process and can help give you focus
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What are the key ingredients, the defining markers for you? Work, play, family, community,relationships, resources. What stands out? What is missing? What topics and issues in your environment are most important to you? What makes you happy? Why?Include your personal strengths and your weaknesses. What were the catalysts, both internal and external, that caused you to choose this program? Try to address each of these questions briefly.
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Question 2: What are your goals?
Develop at least two specific goals for each level
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Individual - What do you want to strengthen, learn or accomplish during the program? What do you want the ‘snapshot’ of yourself to look like at the end of the program? Community - What are the key issues in your community? Vision how are you engaged in those issues. Develop goals for the community at large and your role within it. What and how will you contribute? Action - How will you use your individual strengths and your community network to create, contribute, and enable positive? What actions will you take?
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Question 3: Who is your model leader?
Write about a leader you know personally (you must have met the person). It could be a family member,
friend, colleague, boss etc.
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Example of a leader: What is it about this leader that you admire and respect? What makes this person a leader?Tell a story or give an example of an occasion, which you witnessed, when she or he exemplified excellence in leadership.What does this story tell you about your model of leadership? What strikes you?
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Question 4: How do you learn best?
How would you describe your most effective learning style? For example, do you prefer studying (reading, writing, memorizing) to interaction; working individually or in groups; textbooks or classrooms; lectures or debate?
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Do you focus more on content, process, or outcomes? Content is knowledge acquisition.Process is the experience you go through while learning and how you go about it. Outcomes are what you know and take away at the end – what survives and what has changed.· How will you measure your learning success? Please create your own yardsticks for success.
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Question 5: What is your context?
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Learning is contextual and the context is always shifting. Understanding local and regional settings, while identifying critical issues are key steps. What do you think are the major trends and issues facing humanity and how is it similar or different from your present community?
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Question 6: Who will you add to your network?
A core tenet of this program is the importance and effectiveness of building strong relationships of support and information. Research and explore the community. You may be surprised what you find on your doorstep.
Then identify 2 people you would like to have a conversation with about your personal or professional interests. We will help you arrange these meetings either in person or virtual.

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