VGROZ is a new venture in the field of Online Shopping, it stands tall among all the shopping
sites available. We abide by our principle of customer satisfaction and thereby emanate a new
definition of digitization . Vgroz is not only a shopping brand it’s a promise in disguise, a new
notion, a new initiative , a different platform to add on to the assets of the nation.
Concerning the present scenario of despair and pandemic we abide by our promise and stand
beside our customers to win the battle with a primordial body.
About the internship:-
Vgroz is looking for enthusiastic and industrious young graduates and undergraduates for
the startup. Selected interns day-to-day responsibilities include:
Design creatives for social media. ( Posters, teasers, brochures, etc.)
Help in growth of company branding.
Work on promotional strategies for the growth of the organization.
Work on related tasks as assigned.
Content as well as blog writing.
Type of Internship:-
Nature of Internship:-
Online/Work from home.
Duration of Internship:-
45/60/90 days from the date of joining
Graphic designing (on any software).
Content writing/ Blog writing.
Communication skills and networking ability.
Who can apply:-
Are available for the work from home job/internship.
Are available for the duration of 1-3 months.
Have relevant skills and interest.
Women/girls wanting to start/restart their career can also apply.
Certificate of internship.
Certificate of excellence for exemplary performance.
Letter of Recommendation.
Where to apply :-
Why should you intern?
1.Application of education and career exploration. Internships are a great way to apply
the knowledge from the classroom to real-world experience. Learning is one thing, but
taking those skills into the workforce and applying them is a great way to explore
different career paths and specializations that suit individual interests.
2.Gain experience and increase marketability. Having an internship gives you
experience in the career field you want to pursue. Not only does this give individuals an
edge over other candidates when applying for jobs, it also prepares them for what to
expect in their field and increases confidence in their work.
3.Networking. Having an internship benefits you in the working environment, and it
also builds your professional network. There is a 1 in 16 chance of securing a job by
connecting with people, so networking is critical. Internships provide a great
environment to meet professionals in the career field you want to pursue, as well as
other interns who have similar interests.
4.National Data. According to a 2016 National Association of Colleges and Employers
(NACE) survey, more than 56 percent of graduating seniors reported taking part in at
least one internship. Of those respondents, 56 percent were paid, while 44 percent
were unpaid. Seventy-two percent of those unpaid internships were credit-bearing.
5.Professionalism. Internships can provide students with the soft skills needed in the
workplace and in leadership positions. In a LinkedIn Skills Report (2018), 57% of people
rated soft skills as being more important than technical skills. Skills, such as
communication, leadership, problem-solving, and teamwork can all be learned through
an internship and utilized beyond that experience.
6.Learn how a professional workplace operates. Depending on your major, you may
read about how organizations thrive and function in textbooks, hear from guest
speakers who talk about organizational structures, or dive into case studies about
workplace culture, but nothing compares to living the actual experience. Internships
help students learn all about workplace culture, employee relations, and leadership
structure, which should help them onboard in their first professional job with more
ease than if they haven’t had professional experience.
7.Build your resume. Most organizations and jobs that you apply to following graduation
want employees to have some sort of professional experience, even for entry-level
jobs. In the event that you are a finalist for a position and haven’t had an internship
experience but the other finalist has, you may lose out on a job opportunity, so make
sure you at least have one internship on your resume before leaving college to give you
a leg up on the competition.
. 8.Gain professional feedback. Not only will you be helping out the organization you
intern with, but they’ll help you out too. While professors and teachers will prepare you
for the theoretical side of your field and hands-on projects, internships provide
opportunities for receiving feedback from someone who works in your desired field on
a daily basis.
9.Learn from others. It might seem common sense – you’re interning to learn skills, after
all – but don’t forget to purposefully observe others in their job role to learn the ins and
outs of different positions. Consider asking your supervisor if you can shadow them for
a day, along with other people in your department. Ask to sit in on departmentwide
meetings as well. Act like a sponge and soak up all the information you can during your
internship – it will benefit you in the long run.
It’s never too late to learn new things.