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Internship Guide for Students

Internship Guide for Students
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Internship Guide for Students

To decide the final approval, all the new 9th Semester students are requested to contact their respective internal teacher of the faculty of ESDM, PSTU. Here is the list of the external research Guides from the various institutes of Bangladesh.

Internship Guide Teacher for Students

  1. Prosanto Kumar Roy, District relief and rehabilitation officer Barishal DC office, Cell phone; 0171 1964 402 Email address;
  2. Md Hasibul Hasan, Assitant Professor, Institute of disaster management, Khulan University of Engineering and Technology, Phone; 01757650043 Email address;
  3. Gouri Bala Executive director of Kagojirful Nari Kollan Sanstha, Kagojirful, Bauphal, Patuakhali Mobile; 017 57738688
  4. Dipul Kumar BiswasUpazila ZaraEngineer, LGED Dumki, Pathuakhali. Email; dipu; Cell No; 01729718846
  5. Unicef

Internship Guide for Students

1. Self-Assessment:

  • Identify your skills, interests, and career goals.
  • Determine what type of internship aligns with your aspirations.

2. Research:

  • Explore companies, organizations, and industries that interest you.
  • Look for internship programs on their websites, job boards, or through networking connections.

3. Resume and Cover Letter:

  • Update your resume to highlight relevant skills, experiences, and achievements.
  • Write a customized cover letter for each internship application, expressing your interest and explaining why you’re a good fit.

4. Applying:

  • Submit your application materials to internship openings that match your interests and qualifications.
  • Pay attention to application deadlines and follow any specific instructions provided by the employer.

5. Interviews:

  • Prepare for interviews by researching the company and practicing common interview questions.
  • Showcase your enthusiasm for the opportunity and your readiness to contribute.

6. Acceptance:

  • Review the terms and conditions of the internship offer carefully.
  • Clarify any questions you have about the role, responsibilities, and logistics with your internship supervisor or HR contact.

7. Preparation:

  • Make arrangements for transportation, housing (if needed), and any necessary paperwork.
  • Set goals for what you hope to achieve during your internship.

8. Making a Good Impression:

  • Arrive on time and dress appropriately.
  • Demonstrate a positive attitude, strong work ethic, and willingness to learn.

9. Seeking Feedback:

  • Actively solicit feedback from supervisors and colleagues.
  • Use feedback to continuously grow and develop professionally.

10. Networking:

  • Connect with professionals in your field of interest.
  • Attend networking events, conferences, or use online platforms like LinkedIn.

11. Staying Informed:

  • Keep up-to-date with developments in your industry.
  • Read news articles, research papers, and reports to stay informed.

12. Reflecting on Your Experience:

  • Reflect on what you’ve learned and how it aligns with your career goals.
  • Update your resume and LinkedIn profile with your internship experience.

13. Expressing Gratitude:

  • Send a thank-you note to your internship supervisor and colleagues for the opportunity and guidance.

organizaton for Internship Guide for Students:

Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs): Many NGOs offer internships in areas such as human rights, environmental conservation, education, and healthcare. Examples include Amnesty International, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Doctors Without Borders (MSF), and Oxfam.

Tech Startups: Many startups offer internships in software development, data analysis, marketing, and business development. Check platforms like AngelList, Crunchbase, or specialized startup job boards for opportunities.

Local Government Offices: Check with your city or county government for internship opportunities in areas such as public policy, urban planning, environmental sustainability, and community development.

Research Institutions: Universities, think tanks, and research organizations often offer internships in various disciplines, including social sciences, natural sciences, and engineering.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA): FEMA offers internships in areas such as emergency management, disaster response, public administration, and logistics.

American Red Cross: The American Red Cross provides internships in disaster response, recovery, preparedness, public health, and volunteer management.

United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR): UNDRR offers internships in disaster risk reduction, resilience building, climate change adaptation, and sustainable development.

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC): IFRC provides internships in disaster management, humanitarian aid, community resilience, and health.

World Health Organization (WHO): WHO offers internships in emergency response, public health, epidemiology, and disaster risk management.

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP): UNDP provides internships in disaster risk reduction, recovery planning, sustainable development, and climate change adaptation.

Save the Children: Save the Children offers internships in disaster response, child protection, education in emergencies, and humanitarian advocacy.

International Rescue Committee (IRC): IRC provides internships in emergency response, refugee resettlement, health, education, and economic recovery.

CARE: CARE offers internships in disaster risk reduction, emergency response, gender-based violence prevention, and community resilience building.

Local Government Emergency Management Offices: Many city, county, and state government offices have emergency management departments that offer internships in disaster planning, response coordination, and public outreach.