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The best volunteering and internship opportunities are with SERUDS India. 

SERUDS seeks dynamic, enthusiastic, mature and committed individuals and professionals for its volunteer positions. There are a variety of ways you can join SERDUDS in helping save lives and improve the livelihoods of people around the Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh. SERUDS offers opportunities to volunteer and intern both in Andhra Pradesh, India from the United States, EUROPE and in both Development as well as Emergency Relief activities.Volunteering can affect professional skills in a positive way. It is also very common to simply identify what interns do as volunteer work. Note: SERUDS NGO does not offer payment / honorarium / professional fee to its volunteers and Internship from India and abroad. They should look after their flight bookings. We charge nominally for the food & accommodation during the stay. 

Domestic Volunteer and Internship Opportunities: 
A variety of domestic volunteer and internship opportunities with SERUDS NGO INDIA in Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh. They are available in relevant areas such as website designing, Search Engine Optimization, research and development, fundraising, social media networking, graphics, information technology, designing of leaflet, posters; Domestic internships may include un-paid positions (entry, junior and senior levels). A minimum of 30 hours per week and a minimum commitment of 3 months are required for un-paid internships. 
The SERUDS will not pay any internship fee during their internship. 
To apply for a domestic volunteer opportunity please send a CV/Resume to: volunteer@serudsindia.org. To apply for a domestic internship opportunity please contact: internship@serudsindia.org

SERUDS, through its activities, has been a ray of hope to many backward people in Kurnool District. My field visits to Creche centers, Elderly mid-day meal programs, vocational training centers and orphanages made me see from close quarters the problems faced by the weaker sections of the society. I appreciate the sincere efforts of SERUDS to mitigate the sufferings of these people and feel really lucky to be a part of some of those activities. Working with these people brought me a great sense of satisfaction. It is not just experience I have gained from my time spent with SERUDS, I have gained virtues like humbleness and simplicity. Please see my final report about SERUDS for more information.
P Rakesh Reddy, B044, MBA-Core, NMIMS, Mumbai
Education & Employment are the two main aspects usually for anyone. But gaining knowledge and taking a bold decision to setup an Non Governmental Organization (NGO) with limited resources, and with a genuine purpose of improving the living standards of the less privileged children by giving them shelter, food, healthy conditions, education. Supporting destitute elderly women by giving them food every day & instilling a hope in them that they too are wanted, struggling women with lot of responsibilities have a avenue to work and earn with dignity through tailoring centres and teaching at creche centres. These are only few of the activities that Mr.Mallikarjuna is carrying out for the last so many years with immense hard work, dedication, perseverance and with a vision to support and uplift the economically & socially deprived people. All this is happening Mr.Mallikarjuna believes being available to the people all time. Instead of a 9am to 5pm software job he chose to work constantly for his cause. Ravada Foundation has been supporting Seruds in few of its activities as it has been seeing SERUDS achieving many notable milestones like setting up of an orphanage, successful implementation of midday meal, creche centres, tailoring centres, awareness programs, saving human’s lives during 2009 floods in Kurnool. Very Nice to know that all over the world people are recognizing Seruds efforts in giving back to the society that is the reason donors are coming forward voluntarily with their contributions. Ravada Foundation would support Seruds Ngo for times to come and wishes Mr.Mallikarjuna, his resource team & Seruds that they achieve higher milestones in their genuine cause of service to people. 

R.Srinivas Kiriti Trustee, Ravada Foundation 3-5-821, Floor -2, Hyderguda, Doshi Square Hyderabad 500 029

After having the opportunity to work with the Seruds team and Mr.Mallikarjuna, I would like to express what a great job they are doing. From the orphanage to the mid day meals to the old age persons, the Seruds team is definitely a blessing for the people of Kurnool. I wish the team all the best and success in their future endeavours. I am glad to vouch SERUDS, # 46/740, Budhawarpet, Kurnool-518002 Andhra Pradesh.

Aditya Vishwanathan Professional Photographer Bangalore 14/03/2014 Ph: 09686555678 E mail: aditya.vishwanathan@gmail.com 

I know personally Mr.G.Mallikarjuna, President and their organization SERUDS for the last 6 years. They have been doing amazing work for the cause of poor and needy in Kurnool District of A.P. They are an extremely committed and passionate group. I am sure; they make a difference in the lives of the vulnerable sections of the society. I am glad to associate with the organization in all its activities. I confidently vouch their activities & projects particularly of Joy Home Orphanage, Mid Day Meal to Elderly Women, Vocational Trainings for Sustainable Livelihoods, Creche Centers for the Kids of Working Mothers etc. and authenticate the credentials of SERUDS. They deserve support and encouragement from the world of Philanthropy. I am sure that they properly utilize every penny of the donations for the right purpose and to the right beneficiary. 

V.ANJANEYULU Director- Society for Social Transformation, Kurnool

I have been working as student intern with SERUDS for the past one year and it has been a great Journey. During this one year I have learned about life, humanity and how SERUDS is dedicated towards such a social cause. I can confidently say that Mr.Mallikarjun has a great vision for SERUDS and his dedication towards upliftment of the needy in the society is unbelievable . All the Programs that are run by SERUDS are closely monitored and it is not only serving people of Kurnool but also entire state of Andhra Pradesh. I sincerely wish SERUDS being an NGO to spread its wings to all parts of India and serve all those needy in our country. SERUDS will always be special to me and am proud to be part of such NGO. 

G.Nikhita Reddy Student of CBIT, B.E CSE Second Year Hyderabad

It has always been pleasure to work with SERUDS. I have been working with SERUDS from past 2 years and I can tell that Mr.Mallikarjuna has dedication towards his work and tries to help the society in best possible way. Be it children,or women, Mr Mallikarjuna aims to help them in best possible way. 

Arpanjot Singh Student, Dehradun

Mallikarjuna G has been running this NGO (SERUDS) from last 10 years . I know him in Person and he has been my engineering classmate. He developed interested in social work after engineering and now he is dedicating his 50% of time for this NGO. He started this NGO with 7 under privileged kids and this NGO grown step by step with help of friends, community, philanthropists from various regions and various backgrounds. Now SERUDS accommodated around 40 orphans and definitely organization needs help in terms of money and services. It is a pleasure and fortunate thing for me to work with Mr. Mallikarjun for SERUDS from last 8 years to generate funds , organizing various events and activities. Some of the good works we have done so far under umbrella of SERUDS are 1. Food, utensils and monetary support for Kurnool flood victims. 2. Midday meal for elderly people. 3. Distributed around 450 blankets for old people living road side. 4. Bought TV and DVD player and rhymes CDS for kids entertainment. 5. Distributed sweets and crackers for SERUDS orphans this Deewali ( 2013). 6. Regular health checkup for kids. It is been becoming tighter day by day as SERUDS is getting sporadic monetary support but organization does not have constant support to run orphanage. Mallikarjuna and myself are working to promote adaptation of kids for food , health and education . In this program Friends and philanthropists can choose to support orphan(s) for monthly food, yearly food , education expenses etc. Thanks SERUDS giving me opportunity to work for under privileged kids. 

Nandagopal N Software Engineer Ingersoll Rand, Bangalore

A privileged to be a volunteer at Seruds India Ngo in Kurnool city Andhra Pradesh, India. Seruds a nongovernmental organisation is dedicated towards empowerment of the ladies, street, orphans and semi orphan children, old destitute people by providing food, educational and medical support. It is also involved in mid day schemes for old destitute people, creche facilities for the children and materialistic support to empower ladies by generating employment. It was an honour to have Mr. G.Mallikarjuna as a supervisor during my volunteering. I would also like to thank the staffs at office and orphan, children and all others who have made my volunteering ease. I wish all the success to Seruds India and appeal others to make some difference in society by donating and helping the mankind. 

Latika Reu Delhi, India (M.A. Human Rights) Indian Institute of Human Rights New Delhi.

It was pleasure thing for me to work for SERUDS to generate funds and managing social media, NGO is growing rapidly and the profit of this growth can be seen on orphanage where they help. women empowerment where they support every women. midday meal programs organized by NGO. I worked as a volunteer for SERUDS for one year in 2012 to promote its NGO projects in social networking, online campaings for fundraising. I am so happy to assiciate with this nonprofit organization. I wish this organization to become successful its goals & objectives for the poor and needy people in Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh. 

Swapnli Tripathi Software Engineer Kelltontech Solutions ltd, Gurgaon

Great to see such good work done in the community. 

Shannon Maloney, IFMR visited on 31.1.2014 Ph.D. candidate in policy analysis, Pardee RAND Graduate School; M.P.P., University of California, Los Angeles; B.S. in biopsychology, University of California, Santa Barbara Email: Shannon.Maloney@ifmr.ac.in

Really good work is being done. Happy to see it. 

Parul Agarwal visited on 31.1.2014 Research associate, IFMR, Certer for Microfinance, Chennai, Tamilnadu. email: parul.agarwal@ifmr.ac.in

It is wonderful initiative materialization of a great thought needs a lot of energy, heartful service, selfless social service leads to better society. I shall support these types of NGOs with unique model of AIM 

C.Sai Prakash, B.Tech from GPREC, M.Tech from IIT Delhi (visit to seruds on 22.3.2013) H.No.45/142-6-C, 402, Venkatadri Enclave, VR Colony, Kurnool. email: saipranc@gmail.com Ph: 09963226818

At the outset, the very thought of being socially associated with society and make ones presence felt in translating ideas and to transform in reality., is something which always appears to be an abstract, coz, talking is something different to action, but I felt exception is in the case of Mr.Mallikarjun, who is from engineering background that promises lucrative career, has chosen to tread a different path by choosing a career which brings smile in destitute children and ignored elderly women. Mr.Mallikarjun really deserves a pat, who foregone jobs with hefty packages of salary, for contribution towards poor and needy, he with some like-minded friends made this reality of serving society by forming an organization in the name of Sai educational and urban development society (SERUDS) in heartland of Kurnool. The organization is running for last 10 years with meager amount that donated by philanthropists and alike, but in order to sustain its activities, organization needs more sustainable funds so that it can run effectively in the years to come and I wish its gets due recognition from government and philanthropic bodies in the form of projects to sustain and to make a better society free of ignored elderly women and destitute children. 

With regards Prasanna kumar consultant for NGOs nspk00786@gmail.com 20/03/2014