At India Untravelled, we are always on the lookout for volunteers who are passionate about travel and interested in contributing their skills and creativity to further the cause of rural and responsible travel in India. You can browse through our on-going and upcoming projects below, and use the Volunteer Form (at the bottom of this page) to submit your application.
Our enterprise is reliant on our ability to take offline travel experiences and showcase them online. There is no end to the creativity we can use to inspire travellers to travel responsibly, set off the beaten path, and discover the spirit of India. If you want to experiment with your creative juices, you can volunteer in the following ways:
We seek to take our responsible travel message to the Twitterverse more actively, as well as showcase our partner destinations to potential travellers. If you're a Twitter addict, you can help by tweeting and interacting as @IndiaUntraveled for a few hours each week, on topics related to responsible travel. Gradually, we want you to help us shape a Twitter Ambassador program.
The India Untravelled blog is a platform for amateur bloggers and writers to share travel experiences from around India. You can take the lead and create content for us, as well as help us source guest bloggers who would like to contribute their stories. We would love a new perspective and innovative ideas on the evolution of the travel space in India. You can also propose blogging-centered campaigns and curate travel lists to further the message of responsible travel and create helpful India-specific resources online.
In an attempt to grow our online reach, we have set up our accounts on Flickr, Pinterest, Slideshare and YouTube. You can assist us in managing one or more of these channels, by sourcing and adding content, making it searchable, and interacting on our behalf with active users and influencers. It's all fun if social media is your thing!Please be as specific as possible in your volunteer application, so as to help make our volunteer program more efficient.