VT Seva invites High School Students globally to participate in “VT Youth Summer Internship Program" in India for summer of 2020 at VT Seva Sponsored Schools for Tribal & Visually Challenged Students. Through this program interns get to participate in cultural exchange and benefit schools for the underprivileged by taking up several projects.


​Through this program, interns get to stay at the Jeeyar Gurukulam (School for Tribal Students), conduct workshops related to spoken English, sports, geography, current events etc. Interns will be spending time with the students at their boarding and classrooms as part of the internship.


​On their return to their respective home country, interns are expected to submit their experience in order for their volunteer hours certified.​

Program Highlights:

  • Seven day cultural exchange program with orientation and service-learning.

  • Earn volunteer hours and get them certified for US President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA).

  • Experience the lifestyle of the Tribal Students and understand their needs.

  • Opportunity to take lead and prepare for project(s) before starting internship.

  • Develop new interests, make friends.Participate in local sports and other activities with the Tribal Students.

  • Opportunity to sponsor a Tribal student.

  • Opportunity to visit to a few local attractions/sightseeing, weather permitting.

  • Chaperoned by adult VT Seva volunteers from the USA.


​Application Deadline: 03/22/2020 and Selection will be done by April 19th, 2020. 

Non-refundable Registration Fee: $50

Contact Details :  Madhavi Donepudi  | |  (508)215-9428

2019 Internship highlights

Summer 2019 was an amazing life changing time for the youth that got an opportunity to intern with VT Seva in India. They got to get out of their comfort zone, go spend time with schools for tribals run by VT Seva, make new friends, see the passion of the students and teach a few classes, experience their culture and be part of their daily routine. The innosense and affection of the tribal students and their enthusiasm to showcase their talents is much enjoyed by all the participants. Every participant agrees in unison that the experience has been rewarding.