EMA is looking for students or recent graduates to join the team for a month-long internship (open to extension). The intern would be required to work with the EMA team on a range of activities including:

  1. Content creation for the website and other projects;
  2. Administrative work;
  3. Fundraising proposals;
  4. Social media outreach;
  5. Monitoring activities, webinars, workshops;
  6. All activities ancillary to the above.

We are looking for passionate individuals with excellent communication skills, fluency in English, good writing skills, knowledge of various work-related tools like MS Office, understanding of social media, and flexibility for working hours. Prier experience of volunteering, interning, or working with NGOs, social sector organizations, human rights organizations or marginalized sections is a plus. Understanding of disability, mental health, and allied areas is desirable. Respect for diversity is a must.


The intern will get a unique opportunity to work on a range of issues for an emerging development organization. Apart from exposure to diverse stakeholders, the intern will also get direct mentoring from the EMA team. In addition to:

A Certificate of Appreciation, a stipend, career-mentoring, and possibilities of future full-time employment.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates can apply through the following link:

Please submit a brief bio, Curriculum Vitae, a writing sample, and any details of prier work, only through the above form.

We are accepting applications on a rolling basis. Only the accepted candidates will be notified. For any queries or disability-specific accommodations, please write to us at:

Contact: Mr. Peter Gibson, Chairman, Enable me Access Association.

Equal Opportunity

EMA does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender or sexual identities, disabilities, caste, religion, or any other marginalized identities. Women and persons with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply.