Online summer internship fair brings 3000+ opportunities; 600+ work-from-home internship opportunities in the wake of COVID-19 impact. Intern with brands like OnePlus, Xiaomi, HCL, TVS, TikTok, Calvin Klein, Truecaller, Hyatt, Decathlon, BoAt.
India’s largest internship and training platform, Internshala has launched the Grand Summer Internship Fair (GSIF) 2020. The online fair brings exciting internship opportunities for college students and recent graduates in India. In addition to full-time internships with popular brands, the key highlight of the online internship fair are the 600+ work-from-home internship openings in the wake of COVID-19. The application window for the internships is from 28th March 2020 to 31st March 2020.
GSIF brings 3000+ exciting internship opportunities with brands including OnePlus, Xiaomi, HCL, TVS, TikTok, Calvin Klein, Truecaller, Hyatt, Decathlon, and BoAt. In addition to this, all the internships in the fair will come with a stipend. The highest stipend being offered is INR 75,000.
On the launch of GSIF 2020, the founder and CEO of Internshala, Sarvesh Agrawal said, “The Grand Summer Internship Fair is one of Internshala’s flagship campaigns. Through the summer internship fairs, we have been able to reinforce our mission of bringing meaningful internship opportunities closer to the students of India. In the past decade, internships have become the sought-after learning opportunities among the students of India. Internships have successfully proved to be the best experiences to polish their skills, learn new skills, and earn practical experience. ”
He added further, “Every year through the online internship fair, we bring meaningful internship opportunities with popular brands for the students from diverse educational backgrounds in India. This year, when India is facing the unfortunate pandemic of COVID-19, we have also brought 600+ work-from-home internship opportunities for the students. These internships are to ensure that the students can be hired through online modes and can work from the safety of their homes”