Reviewing the First Interns Program

Career services today just aren’t effective, especially compared to the cost of our education and how little is guaranteed in our careers after graduation. So decided to change that and introduce ‘Interns Program’. It is an Immersive Internship Program that prepares students for the world’s most in-demand careers. A six weeks program completely based on learning and challenges. Students start its week by learning a skill and later they get an opportunity to work on a real-world problem related to that skill and have fun along the way.

With each round/week, students who are unable to complete the challenges are eliminated automatically. Hence the program will output students who are self-motivated and have an aptitude for learning new things.

Progress Report: First Interns Program

Earlier this year, launched the first intern’s program. Since this was a start, so took students who were interested in learning and developing skills to be a front-end developer. A total of 300 applications were received, out of which 200 applications were accepted based on the criteria set initially by us.

The six-week program started on 19th Feb 2018. As it moved along the weeks, students started to get eliminated. The program which started with 200 interns and in the end, only 48 best remained who manage to complete all the challenges.

An impressive outcome of this program was the HTML Challenger App which was completely build by interns.

Each intern was also assigned an individual project which was made compulsory in order to acquire the certificate. Some of the key highlight work is as under:

Some of the interesting feedback received is as under:

I thoroughly enjoyed my internship and now have very valuable experience under my belt. I know this will help when looking for jobs and needing references. I was dreading it in the beginning, but now I am so happy it was required. As much as the curriculum changes, I hope that class remains constant.

This experience has only gotten me more excited to continue in this field for my career. Many times an internship is a wake-up call to students that they’re in the wrong major, but it was the opposite for me. Not everyone will have a great experience, but being an intern is one of the best things I’ve ever done! ~ Annus Bin Zia

Because of your tutorial and motivation I got an internship in a company as a designer/Developer… thank you for that : )) ~ Rahim Damani

So after a long break from coding I found it pretty hard to get back on track & had lost confidence in myself but I feel lucky to be a part of this program it was very helpful, creative & has given me my confidence back plus I have my own portfolio now. Mr. Shahzaib was very helpful & guided throughout the program in the best possible way and never got annoyed by any of the msg or the question. I loved this whole program and I blessed to be a part of it. Alhamdulilah. Thank you Interns Pakistan ~ Ayesha Naved

When I first enrolled in the Interns Program i didn’t really expect to learn so much about so many different area from html to php and even further. The Internship Program really helped me erect my vision for the future and Polished my whatsoever knowledge of html and css. This Idea of online internship is rather unique and adaptable. A Great experience it has been 🙂 Thankyou ~ Humayoun Baig

Interns Pakistan has been a great platform for many students to learn and practice different gave chance to many to polish their skills…I am glad to be a part of this program. ~ Urooj Iltifat

I thoroughly enjoyed this internship program. I really want to appreciate the efforts of INTERNS PAKISTAN to give us this opportunity to learn in an organized way and due to this I also audited myself for where I lie on the graph of knowing or understanding different languages or frameworks.~ Maha

I am very much satisfied with the overall progress of the first intern’s program. Moving forward, I would definitely need to see how this program can further enhance and further contribute as a catalyst in improving the lives of the interns.