We have wrapped up another successful season of India internships! We had interns in a wide variety of fields from NGOs on the outskirts of Mysore to the bustling financial markets of India. We planned many weekend excursions for the students including Pondicherry, Hampi, Munnar, Tanjore, and Mysore. We facilitate internships year round so apply today for a winter internship!
It is a season of rebirth, renewal, and most importantly revision. All around the world college students are nose deep in text books and miles and miles of notes preparing for final exams. Soon the stress of the school year will come to an end and campuses will turn into something reminiscent of an old western ghost town. Many of
The days are beginning to get longer and warmer. The world has seemed to settle down a bit from the new year festivities and people have begun to fall back into their old routines. On March 8th people around the world observed International Women’s Day. This day is meant to commemorate the struggle for women’s rights and celebrate the many
It has been one month in 2017, raise of hands who is still going to the gym! (Yea, me neither.) The month of January has seen many changes on the world stage, with Donald Trump doing as he promised and shaking things up. The new American Executive leader has begun to dismantle many policies and restrictions put in place by
2016 is drawing to a close, and what a year it has been! We’ve seen the world taken over by everything from the death of a gorilla to Pokemon Go to the mannequin challenge. We’ve lost icons like Prince, Gene Wilder, Muhammad Ali and David Bowie. We crowded around television sets to cheer on the Rio Olympics and saw the
The world continues to watch the ever entertaining American presidential election. As the election nears an end both candidates are using whatever is left if their arsenal of influence to disrepute the other. In only a few short weeks we will be taken off the edge of our seats and finally learn the ever so much anticipated result. Regardless of
India and the whole world observed the 15th anniversary of the September 11th attacks in New York City. We saw people across the globe coming together united against terrorism over a decade later. New York also saw the U.S. Open where Stan Warwinka and Angelique Kerber won the men’s and women’s singles. Sadly we missed both finals as we were
Workers of the world, unite! India celebrated May Day with a mix of celebrations, proclamations, and a few election rallies (we see you West Bengal!) Hard to believe that Easter and Passover have come and gone. Guess we were too busy watching “The Donald” and the spectacle that is the US presidential primary. Or perhaps we were confused by “Brexit”
A warm spring hello from sunny India! What did you do on your leap day? ConnectInc welcomed students from BPP University, London to internships at law partners in Bangalore, with some excursions to places like Hampi thrown in. Meanwhile, we’ve got our eyes glued firmly on the ICC T20 World Cup, whose Super 10 stage kicks off in India shortly.
Warm winter greetings from India, thankfully unaffected by both Snowzilla and the Zika Virus. Instead, we’ve got our eyes glued on the Australian Open (and of course Tottenham Hotspurs, only 1 win away from 2nd place in the Premier League). We also were happily distracted by Coldplay’s Hymn for the Weekend, with its incredible visuals of India (yes, there are parts