SUMMER INTERNSHIPS AT CSMVS
We are now welcoming applications for Summer Internships 2015. The Summer Internships are offered to mainly students looking for work experience in heritage and culture organisation during their holidays. Our summer internships are exciting and offer a chance to get involved in a wide spectrum of activities at the Museum... and build your CV!
The last date for applications is 4th April 2015. The interviews will be held on 7th April 2014.
Who can apply?
This internships is mostly for high school and college students (14 years and above) but we do welcome anyone with the enthusiasm and desire to work with us.
How to apply?
The application process is fairly simple. You need to send us a mail at email@example.com stating your desire to intern at the Museum along with your CV. Do let us know about your specific skill sets and how you think you can contribute to the Museum. Based on your application, we select candidates for interviews. Your selection for the internship depends on your interviews.
How do the internships work?
The internships duration and dates are as per your choice. You may commit to a specific number of days during the week or join is full time. Do note that preference is given to interns who can commit full-time. You can also decide the start and end date of your internship. We do, however, request that the intern must stick to the committed period and timings. You are given a stipend during the internship which covers your conveyance. At the end of the internship, you receive a work experience certificate.
Things to remember -
1) Internships are not a binding contract but an understanding of voluntary obligation between the Museum and the intern.
2) The Museum’s decision on suitability of a prospective intern is absolute and final.
3) If selected for the internships, the intern is liable to follow the work hours and other rules and regulations of the Museum.
4) The Museum does not provide for any accommodation, especially if the prospective intern is from another city. The intern must make their own arrangement for stay and travel. The Museum will provide a small stipend to the intern.