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Bangalore: The 10 best Ways to escape the City

Bangalore might be the least „Indian“ city in India. The influence of the western world and the international companies is huge, and as a foreigner you’re not gonna miss anything in Bangalore. Nevertheless there will be days where you might find it hard to handle the big city: Especially during rush hour there’s a huge […]

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Volunteer in India Review

To volunteer in India is an incredible experience. At Leave UR Mark we do everything we can to help our volunteers to get the most out of their work and travel experiences. Volunteering in Incredible India India is an incredible, life changing country to visit but it’s even better if you can get under the […]

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Sunday Activities with Leave UR Mark

What’s the best way to spend a Sunday afternoon with Leave UR Mark?  We think it’s cooking classes with an old Indian Aunty who is very knowledgeable about all types of regional cuisines.  Check out a Youtube video that one of our volunteers made about learning Indian cooking during the weekends when you are not […]

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10 Ways to Impress your Colleagues during your Internship Abroad

The first day on your international internship can be slightly nerve-wracking to many of Leave UR Mark’s volunteers and interns.  Here is Leave UR Mark’s advice on how to easily have your new Indian boss and colleagues warm up to you and help you have an amazing cultural and learning experience while in the country. […]

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Psychology Internship Abroad

  Name: Alex K. Age: 26 Country: USA Placement: Intern Leaving his mark at: An organization dedicated to therapy for children with autism   While researching summer internship possibilities outside the US, Alex looked up the keywords ‘psychology’ and ‘therapy’ and found an opportunity which perfectly matched his interests via the Leave UR Mark website. […]

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Intern Abroad with Water Issues in India

Renata is from Hungary and has been living in the US for the past 6 years, where she’s a student of economics and environmental studies. Passionate about environmental conservation, Renata was looking for a summer internship opportunity in India related to water issues. Through Leave UR Mark, she has embarked on an 8-week internship at […]

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Business Internship in India

Nineteen-year old Peiwei chose to intern in Bangalore through Leave UR Mark because she was looking to challenge herself, explore an area of the world she had always wanted to see and learn business skills to complement her educational background. Hailing from China and pursuing an undergraduate degree in France, she spent six weeks this […]

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Microfinance Internship in India

  Daniel is an Economics major from the United States with an interest in the emerging Asian economies. Having already been to China on a business study tour, this is his first trip to India, where he’s working for a non-profit organization in South India focused on development and microfinance with Leave UR Mark. Daniel […]

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Healthcare Volunteering in India

    Bryn is an American who grew up in Hong Kong and has also lived in Singapore and Mexico. She studies Biology and Anthropology in New York and has plans for medical school. After completing her first year of college, Bryn is spending her summer vacation interning for two non-profit organizations in Bangalore, South […]

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NGO Marketing Internship

Lucy is only 21 but already a seasoned traveler, having traveled to several countries throughout South-East Asia and Europe. It comes as no surprise that she has a passion for geography and is currently studying for a BA in Human Geography at the University of Durham in the UK. Lucy is spending her summer holidays […]

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