About the Programme:
AAP Student Internship Program shall not only give the students an opportunity to work directly on the ground for various activities but also interested students could work on innovative social media initiatives.
Following are the various areas where Interns would help the party
1. Researching the local issues faced by public.
2.Planning and implementing the Lok Sabha election campaign in the assigned constituency.
3.Conducting door-to-door campaign.
4.Implementing voter registration drive
5.Liasoning with government offices and prominent people for party work
6.Being part of Social Media team and contributing towards Website content management/maintenance, Graphic designing ,creating interactive videos,etc.
Duration of Program :
Students may choose to apply for a Full time or any Part time Internship as listed below:
a. 1 Week (Full Time, 10 am – 6 pm from Mon to Sun)
b. 2 Weeks ( Part Time , 3 pm – 7 pm from Mon to Fri and 10 am – 6 pm from Sat-Sun)
c. 6 Weeks ( Full Time for Social Media Activity)
First Batch for all the programs to start from 8th March 2014.
For 1 Week and 2 Week Program – Fresh batch starts on every subsequent Saturday.
For 6 Weeks Program , the Intern needs to report at least once a week at party office and they can also be asked to work from office as per the requirement of task assigned to them.
Guidelines and Completion :
For 1 Week and 2 Weeks Program , the Intern needs to report daily at party office at designated time.
For 6 Weeks Program , the Intern needs to report once a week at party office at designated time.
On successful completion of the program, Interns shall be granted a Certificate of Excellence from Aam Aadmi Party for their selfless service and contribution towards nation building.
To Apply Fill out the form : http://www.aamaadmiparty.org/aam-aadmi-party-student-internship-programme
If you have any questions, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Information Courtesy : http://lawlex.org/lex-bulletin/aam-aadmi-party-student-internship-programme/11022