INTERNS, INTRNSHIP AND VOLUNTEERING
Since its inception, ISPaD (The Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project) has been a place for college juniors and seniors to
- begin the application process,
- then to successfully be accepted for,
- and to sign up to begin being an “ISPaD Intern”.
For for their work at, for, & with The ISPaD Project (which culminated with a project and its formal presentation to a host of individuals from supervisory positions), those Interns who worked for course credit have received four credits at their educational institution. It should be written that there is no definitive number of course credits an internship will be obtained as course credit is, understandably, peculiar to each internship. This feature of an ISPaD internship should be understood to be dependent upon the specifics of each internship for an Intern: what the internship shall entail, what the
Here are a few of the individuals who have interned with Partition Project;
Mr. Gerardo Espinal (interned with Probini Foundation)
Mr. Joseph Forestano
Mr. Imtiaz, 2nd from right, with the cake on the table.
Ms. Rajvir Kaur Kak
Mr. John Light
Mr. Jim Moran
Ms. Anissia Perry
Ms Chandni Roy
Mr. Nick Saava
Mr. Manpreet Singh
Mr. Shadeed Stephen
Ms. Sunainya Yadav
Mr. Kevin Yen
……………. And many more.
Future Internship Openings: Students wanting to intern at Partition Center must first clarify with their department and academic advisor that, given a student’s course load and prospective internship requirements, earning a position as an Intern could be a means to fulfilling the requirements to gain course credit.
Then they should write to us at email@example.com to establish the development of an internship program.
Volunteering: There were/are others – students and non-student citizens – who have volunteered with ISPaD for hours to days and weeks. They have volunteered for our Partition Studies Conferences, and persistently for organizing forums, distributing newsletters, interviewing refugees, preparing food for meetings and conferences to hosting out-of-town guests.