By 2025, our aim is to reach 2 million girls and women. Yes, it’s a big hairy audacious goal for a team of 52 people! At C3, we believe in the powers of collective action and, therefore, we are always on the lookout for passionate and skilled people who share our values and wish to partner with us on our mission.
At C3, we work with economists, educationists, development scientists and economists, anthropologists, writers, students, researchers, academics, application developers, IT engineers, feminists, artists, media & communications specialists, web & graphic designers, event planners, tech wizards, marketers, project managers and a variety of other professionals. Come and be a part of the C3 family and help build a society where people are able to realize their potential regardless of their gender,
You can choose to volunteer at our head office in New Delhi or at our state offices located in Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Odisha.
In 2013, we had three senior representatives from Merck for Mothers who volunteered with us for three months. They contributed to building an organisation strategy that has helped us grow in the last five years.
"I worked on a consulting project for an Oracle CSR initiative for a digital literacy campaign serving adolescent girls in Jharkhand. Some of my daily tasks included researching data on adolescent girls, creating district population profiles, consolidating data in infographics and developing curricula for social justice and gender equality workshops. Towards the end of the internship, I had the opportunity to go on a site visit to Ranchi, Jharkhand, to gather data through focus group discussions with adolescent girls. I also had the opportunity to meet with local government officials and and create partnerships with the local C3 office. The team I worked with was extremely meaningful in every initiative they delivered. Nothing was done in haste. For me, the most enjoyable part of the internship was simply being surrounded by such change makers -- strong women role models who are slowly but surely changing norms for Indian society. They also treated me as an equal and immediately welcomed me into their office culture. Additionally, they were always extremely supportive of my goals for the internship, and thus, they delegated work accordingly (suited to my academic interests)."
Note: Volunteering positions are not remunerated and there is no formal contract signed when you volunteer with us. Volunteers receive a letter of acknowledgement from our Executive Director for their contribution.
If you are not a resident of India, please mention the documents you require for your Visa application in your email and our team will get back to you.