Myanmar

With ancient temples and pagodas, untouched landscapes,
and an emerging culture that is slowly opening up to the modern world,
there is much to learn and discover about this place.

Shaping Responsible Consumption in Myanmar

With ancient temples and pagodas, untouched landscapes and
an emerging culture that is slowly opening up to the modern world,
there is much to learn and discover about this place.

Job Description

  • Gain knowledge on SDGs, global and local issues connected to the environment and climate change , research the lately campaigns upon it worldwide from different organizations
  • Prepare and execute introductory lessons on how people actions affect the earth and therefore climate action
  • Facilitate workshops and group activities related to responsible consumption of flora & fauna ,water , Energy consumption & sustainability , Waste and recycling .
  • Create projects with the students based on what they learned about making climate change in the school and the community happen
  • Assess students to evaluate the impact of the project

About

  • Myanmar is more diverse than the USA
  • This country has one of the fastest growing business industries in the Asia Pacific
  • Myanmar has a startling array of stupas, temples and pagodas
  • You can see the largest standing Buddha statue of the world
  • Combine the end of rainy season with hot air balloons and you’ve got yourself the Tazaungdaing Festival in Taunggyi.
  • In Myanmar, you can eat tea
  • The country is home of 1,000 species of birds
  • You can visit the Himalayas

A few clicks away to have a life-changing experience

1. Sign up & Apply

Sign up on our AIESEC Opportunities Portal and apply for your preferred international experience.

2. Interview

Once we find a match, we can start the process of organising interviews and putting things in place for your internship.

3. Confirm & Pay

Congratulations! You’ll have made it through the interview. From here we’ll get you prepared for your new adventure. More Info.

Living Support

- TCS provides a salary of 50k rupees (1070 NZD) + 3k rupees in food card monthly.
- Accomodation for the first 2 weeks
- TCS Health Insurance
- After internship completion, return flight tickets are provided
- Free access to gym, libraries and social activities in TCS

Food

Your host should provide 1 to 2 meals per day during the project. Are you excited to try the different types of food available in India?

Incoming Preparation Seminar

For better understanding of your project and the country you’re living in for 6 to 8 weeks, we provide a welcome seminar for you to prepare yourself for this new start.

Arrival pick up

You might feel terrified being alone when you first arrive in a country you have never been to before. No worries, someone will be waiting to pick you up and show you where to go!

Country Tour

Don’t want to be stuck in the same place, but don’t know where to travel? Then join the tours run by local guides and experience authentic Indian culture!

Exchange buddy

It’s quite daunting to go to a new country with a completely different culture all by yourself, but don’t worry! You will be assigned to a local buddy to provide you with support and to help you understand India.

Farewell Party

Before saying goodbye we’ll host a farewell dinner and party. We hope you’ll end your experience with fond memories!

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