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I, Manjari Srivastava, a student of Jamia Millia Islamia, interned at 'The Wings' for a month. From the very first day with The Wings, my supervisor Ms. Uzma Nawaz welcomed me as a member of the team and genuinely expected me to make a contribution.
My internship at the wings has taught me more than I could have imagined. As an intern, I feel that my duties were diverse and ever-changing. The employees who work there are very helpful and cooperative and guided me throughout. The dedication to their work and their fellow employees is something I will never forget.
But the work- meaningful as it was- was only a small part of what made my experience so special. Everyone I met, helped me grow both as an intern and a person. There are many reasons to consider interning at The Wings, but perhaps none is more worthwhile that being a part of something where you get to contribute to the society. The important work done here changes lives.
Any organization is recognized by its people. The people here are extremely friendly. They’re easy to work with and are very understanding. Their sensitivity towards the children they’re catering to is very touching. We were really lucky that we were able to work with these hardworking people who’re working for such a generous and genuine cause. They’re not only warm and welcoming towards volunteers, they believe in teaching people the art of understanding humans and I wish them all the very best for their future.
I as an intern got an opportunity with wings to explore the life of kids who are on verge of losing there childhood , along with the team of wings under the guidance of Uzma ma'am, went to the slums nearby okhla and contributed towards the development of underprivileged children through various learning and recreational activities as we helped these childrens to garner a small part of beautiful childhood through the course of 6 month i came to learn a lot about the childhood and dreams of kids and contibuted a little to make them come true.