Internship opportunity at CHD

The internship opportunities provided by CHD are of an enticing international nature, surpassing territorial constraints and cultivating an environment conducive to dynamic learning for students and professionals. With a mission to promote sustainable entrepreneurship, human resources development, and public health worldwide, CHD offers interns an exceptional opportunity to engage in diverse initiatives that seek to improve the entrepreneurship ecosystem, and healthcare systems, enhance well-being, and tackle sustainable development goals. CHD offers its interns the invaluable opportunity to work alongside seasoned professionals and researchers, providing them with the chance to acquire practical experience. By interacting with disparate communities and teams from around the world, this international internship not only expands views but also fosters cross-cultural comprehension. Interns who complete their training at CHD are adequately prepared to make significant contributions to the global health arena and positively influence communities in various regions by acquiring a comprehensive set of skills.

Here are a few major areas where we envisage collaboration that we will provide for free and without tuition fees, as we are a social and non-profit institute. 

Social Entrepreneurship: By integrating our knowledge in social entrepreneurship, we can enable students and researchers to develop and implement long-term solutions to social problems. Together, we can raise a new generation of socially responsible leaders.


Health Tourism: Using ECIPH’s renowned medical and healthcare programs, we see the potential to partner on projects that encourage health tourism & other public health learnings. This collaboration has the potential to accelerate research, information exchange, and the development of sustainable healthcare practices for both local and worldwide communities.


Sustainable Practices: As the world faces environmental issues fuelled by climate change, we hope to support research and projects targeted at incorporating sustainable practices into many industries. Together, we can help to create a more resilient and environmentally sustainable future.


UN Development Goals: Our shared commitment to the United Nations’ development goals lays a solid platform for collaboration. We may actively contribute to these aims by collaborating on projects such as research, education, and community outreach.


We are ready to hold a meeting for the first time to discuss potential collaboration opportunities and how our organizations might complement one another’s capabilities. Our team is adaptable and can meet at a mutually convenient schedule virtually. Please let us know a time that is convenient for you, and we will make the appropriate arrangements.

Internship Itinerary (This program is customizable for 7 to 14 days)

Day One: Arrival and Orientation

  • Morning: Arrive at the trip’s appointed place. Welcome and registration.

  • Afternoon: CHD’s Director and faculty and teams will provide an orientation to the program. A workshop to review the next week, safety requirements, and expectations. Ice-breaking activities that promote group bonding.

  • Evening: Students will visit local markets to sample local cuisine and immerse themselves in the local culture.

Day Two: Rural Exploration

  • Morning: Visit a nearby rural area. Introduction to sustainable agriculture, business, and community participation.
  • Afternoon: Hands-on farming activity, guided by local experts. Interactive sessions on the difficulties and opportunities facing rural areas.
  • Evening: Group reflection on the day’s events, followed by discussions about sustainable rural development.

Day 3: Coastal Adventure.

  • Morning: Travel to a coastal location. An introduction to marine ecosystems and sustainable ocean activities.
  • Afternoon: Participate in a coastline cleanup program. A guided tour of local fisheries or aquaculture facilities.
  • Evening: A group discussion about the importance of coastal environmental preservation and sustainable coastal community practices.

Day 4: Institute Interaction

  • Morning: Visit a local institute or research center focused on social entrepreneurship and sustainable development (Yenepoya Incubation Centre and Kitchen)
  • Afternoon: Participate in seminars and discussions hosted by institute experts. Learn about successful projects and initiatives.
  • Evening: Networking session with institute members, with opportunities for students to ask questions and hold casual talks.

Day 5: Cultural immersion.

  • Morning: Visit local cultural attractions or museums to better grasp the region’s history.
  • Afternoon: Attend a cultural program or performance. Interact with the local artisans and crafters.
  • Evening: A group reflection on the day’s cultural activities.

Day 6: Community outreach.

  • Morning: Participate in community service activities with CHD officers, such as helping at local schools or centers or through public health initiatives.
  • Afternoon: Community-based projects including infrastructure construction or educational programs.
  • Evening: Reflection and group conversation about the impact of community outreach and the value of giving back.

Day 7: Reflection and Farewell.

  • Morning: Group reflection on the full week, including insights and personal improvement.
  • Afternoon: Farewell celebration for local communities and institutes. Exchange of contact information for future collaborations.
  • Evening: A meal to celebrate the week’s experiences and accomplishments. Optional cultural performances.
  • This schedule seeks to provide students with a comprehensive experience by combining rural, seaside, and institute trips while also encouraging cultural knowledge and community engagement.
  • Cost for the students: Service and Administrative fees (300 US Dollars per student) – these fees include, local transportation, ID card, bags and books, stationeries, and access to printing, and deployment of colleagues to accompany.
  • Students are responsible for booking their tickets from parent location to Mangalore, India students are responsible for paying for their accommodation (CHD officers will help in assisting in finding the best and cost-efficient hotel and guest houses), students are responsible for buying food and snacks (CHD partners with catering services to offer delicious and healthy cuisine and students are free to choose and experience the local cuisine)

For internship Opportunities Contact

Office of Dr. Edmond :

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