Sawayra has open internships positions for ongoing projects for university students with backgrounds in Engineering, Computer Science, Marketing, Business Studies, Web Development and Social Media.
An internship at Sawayra provides hands-on experience with renewable energy projects, as well as developing local, sustainable solutions for basic necessities. We also provide recommendation letters to interns on a selective basic, as well as issue certificates at the completion of the internship. Most internships require a minimum one year commitment. Some interns continue to work with Sawayra after graduation, as part of our worldwide network of Professional Volunteers.
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The following interns have successfully completed internship at Sawayra:
- Mahnoor Qayyum – Water Generator Project – Sept 2016 to Sept 2018
- Muneeba Asif – Home Solar Project – Sept 2016 to Sept 2018
- Saad Mirza – Water Generator Project – Sept 2016 to Sept 2018
- Imran Zammarud – Bilquis Mushaf Hospital Solar Power – Mar 2017 to Oct 2018
- Jawad Baig – Bilquis Mushaf Hospital Solar Power – Mar 2017 to Oct 2018
- Samreena Jamshed – Bilquis Mushaf Hospital Solar Power – Mar 2017 to Oct 2018
- Sidra Hussain – Bilquis Mushaf Hospital Solar Power – Jan 2017 to Oct 2018
- Wajahat Khan – Al Mustafa Orphanage Solar Power – Jun 2017 to Jun 2018
- Syed Umaid Ahmed – Al Mustafa Orphanage Solar Power – Jun 2017 to Jun 2018
- Kanwal Mansoor – Al Mustafa Orphanage Solar Power – Jun 2017 to Jun 2018
- Areeba Rauf – Al Mustafa Orphanage Solar Power – Jun 2017 to Jun 2018
Select Intern Profiles
Rais Badshah is a sophomore Electrical Engineering student at NED University. Rais is not only a NED Scholar, a scholarship fund supporting the most needy students with incredible academic promise, but also a Sawayra Intern getting hands on exposure to engineering design in our Home Solar Team.
“Rais. Rais is from FATA and his family was displaced during the army operation in the northern areas. His family moved to Karachi and his father started working as a ‘chokidar’ before he has a stroke and got paralyzed. Rais, the eldest son, started working at English Biscuit during their night shifts and was saving money to get admission at NED University.” (Dr. Sohail Ahmed, Sawayra Advisor)
We are proud to partner with NED Scholars to find students such as Rais who not only deserve the best education Pakistan has to offer, but practical experience and internship opportunities to further their academic pursuits.