India’s First Internship Platform for Teenagers Launched In Indore


YouVah - an internship platform exclusively for the 14-19 age group was launched on January 10th, 2022. The platform serves as a conduit between employers and candidates, as well as providing crucial vocational training. With numerous internship options, YouVah has already impacted the lives of 2500+ who are currently their community members and has successfully provided internships to 300+ teenagers across the country. To ensure a flow of opportunities, the firm already has onboarded 70+ companies from various domains such as digital marketing, content, graphic design, animation, etc. Platform only focuses on providing virtual internships.

Moreover, YouVa has collaborated with esteemed schools such as Choithram, Prestige, etc, wherein they provide exclusive vocational training and internships for students. Rohit Jain Chetan Jachpure and Raghav Parsai- founders stated that YouVah’s school program is well received and up for expansion with other schools joining hands. The event took place at Smart Seed Incubation Center. It was graced by the city's renowned educationists Mr. Rajesh Awasthi, Principal Choithram School, Mr. Prashant Hemnani, Founder Globalizers, Mr. Shubham Patidar, Founder, Tealogy.

The speakers suggested that this type of programme not only helps young people gain in-demand skills, but it also encourages them to explore their options and areas of interest. When teenagers are exposed to the professional world in this way, they engage in practical learning, which benefits them interpersonally. YouVah's aim corresponds with the Government of India's 'New Education Policy,' which effectively implies that merely passing tests and having bookish knowledge is insufficient for success in the real world.

 Internships for teenagers is not only a concept of western countries such as the US, UK, and Germany. Teenagers in India, too, require similar exposure, and it's a source of pleasure that an Indore-based firm has taken up the mantle. Interested school students can visit

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