Internship Programme

With the booming tourism sector and increased exposure to Konkan, we believe it is critical to create an eco-tourism economy with maximum local participation. We believe that there is a lot at stake in our villages that needs to be preserved and highlighted. Tourism can act as a medium for regional development and the preservation of traditional wealth. A considerable skill gap also exists, limiting the use of local human resources in business. This internship is the first step toward bridging the skills gap and developing a skilled workforce.

↓ Key Work Areas ↓


  • Tour Operations

Networking: Learn & Network with other businesses and local services. Register atleast 3 Stays/Services in a month.

Expedition: Undertake at least 2 Expeditions every month. Collect useful data from expeditions.

Tour Arrangement: Understand responsibilities before tour, during tour and after tour. Make necessary plans and arrangements. . 

At the same time, maintain individual research and plans for company growth and work on data collection/design for upcoming projects and tours.

Content & Marketing

  • Design & execute digital marketing campaigns.
  • Design & execute local marketing campaigns
  • Weekly content creation: Blogs, Articles, WhatsApp Messages.

Client Relations

  • Client Follow-ups.
  • Client onboarding
  • Online presence on various platforms: Tripadvisor, Google, etc.

Web & Graphics Design

  • Touchpoint Catalogue of experiences: Tours, Stays, Other services.
  • Day Experience Catalogue for Stay Partners.
  • Designing educational Tour Catalogue.
  • Community Membership Design.
  • Website Design: Product cart, tour calendar, Stays, Community Page, blogs.
  • Monthly Calendar Design.

Strategy & Service Design

  • Design Catalogue of experiences: Tours, Stays, Other services.
  • Upcoming Projects & service design
  • Designing educational Tour Catalogue.
  • Community Membership Design.
  • Merchandise Design.
  • Monthly Calendar Design.
↓ Upcoming Projects ↓
  • Launch Date: September 2022
  1. Design: Research and list experiences/local heroes and ideas: [Dec-Jan]
  2. Network: Approach related people, design strategies and create content: [Jan-Mar]
  3. Finalize community programme: [Apr]
  4. Cost Analysis and Cost Cutting: [Apr]
  5. Marketing and Website Page: [Apr-Aug]
  6. Launch


  • Launch Date: March 2023
  1. List Products and sources[Mar-Jan]
  2. Design Hampers, Fruit/Spice Baskets, Packaging, KTC Stickers [Dec-Feb]
  3. Website and online update.[Feb]
  4. Launch [March]

Product Listing Form ~Sourced from Konkan.



  • Launch Date: –

Tourism Development and Marketing Development Projects

  • Plot Development
  • Landscaping
  • Service Development
  • Professional Marketing Kit Design
  • Website Dev


  • Merchandise: Collared Black T-shirt, Badges.
  • Educational School Trips: Start work in March. Design experiences – network through schools – Website Update – Start Marketing in August. 
  • Culture Exchange Programme: A 15 day tour to live the culture & lifestyle in Konkan.


Cross-functional Teams

Automation and single-focus work produce faster and more efficient results, but innovation occurs only when different disciplines collide. Creativity is frequently lost in the pursuit of efficiency. Hence, we use a cross-functional team system to foster creativity and innovation in our projects. People with different functional expertise work together to achieve a common goal in cross-functional teams.

Given this, we train every member of our team in field operations and the ‘Village Development Programme.[Thus, each member is part of the operations team]

Members are then assigned to the “Web & Graphics,” “Client Relations,” and “Content & Marketing” Teams based on their prior skills and areas of interest. These three teams share certain members among themselves. Finally, the members of the Strategy & Service Design’ team are selectively chosen from each of the four aforementioned teams.

As a result, each team has at least one member from every other team.


The internship will place a greater emphasis on hands-on practical work. Semi-structured training will be provided. This means that candidates will be introduced to the tools and workflow through online sessions and field sessions at first, and subsequently, they will be expected to find new resources and build techniques through self-learning.


Internship payment will be bi-monthly i.e given after every two months of the six-month period. The internship payment will be evaluated based on the effort, time, and value of work done. The criteria for evaluation will be shared in the orientation session with the candidates.


All interns will be given a ‘Certification of Appreciation’ after successful completion of the 6 month internship period. The certificate will mention the particulars of work/achievements done in the 6 month period.