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5 Ways to spend this Summer Vacations?


Many of us are sitting ideal as they have nothing to do during the summer vacations . They are either confused or bored due to the lack of activities. Don't worry iYouth Magazine is ready with the solution. Here are five ways to add that extra zing to your life .

(1) Go for an Internship 
 The summer vacations are about to begin and interning is one good idea to spend your time. Now if you are a college student who is looking for an internship then this post is a good resource to get one. I have compiled a list of some great internships websites which can help you save a lot of time and effort

Internshala:  Internshala (www.internshala.com) is an internship portal to help students with their quest for a meaningful internship. At the core of the idea is the belief that internships, if managed well, can make a positive difference to the student, to the employer, and to the society at large.

Twenty19: Twenty19 (http://www.twenty19.com/offers students and companies a platform to connect for internships and projects.This website also provides information on a plethora of opportunities that students can take part in to gain practical exposure and enhance their skills.

LetsIntern: If you are looking for an internship at a start up then you should try LetsIntern (http://www.letsintern.com/). It is a great platform bringing the three talent stakeholders in India – students, colleges and companies on a single platform driving interaction and meaningful value creation.

 Let Me Know: Let Me Know (http://www.letmeknow.in) is a web portal which covers latest internships, scholarships, competitions, conferences and events in the fields of Business, Technology, Social Sciences, Arts & Design and Maths & Sciences.   

(2) Content Writing 
If you love writing then sign up for Contentmart.com . Here You can write your heart out .The best part about it is you get paid for your articles.Or you can Join Us.

(3) Enroll yourself for short courses
Enroll for short online summer courses offered by foreign institutes like Capetown University which offers courses like Restaurant management, import and export management, commercial and contract law. Other than this there are short courses on creative writing and non fiction story offered by penguin random house.

(4) Take up a sport 
Make yourself busy by learning a new sport this summer like archery,badminton,basketball ,beach volley ball,boxing,cycling (track, road, mountain, BMX) and diving.

(5) Go for camping or short vacations 
Pack your bags and explore with your family. Make short  trips to places like diamond harbour,babli,shantiniketan etc.Go camping to places like jungle tent for a day or two with your friends and make the most of it .





By~
Elisa Gupta



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