Skill Bank is one-stop-shop for career and professional development. There is no shortage of Jobs; only shortage of skilled people. Skill Bank Consulting has proven experience, a Wealth of Training Solutions and partnership with Global Leaders and Intellectuals to offer solutions for Human Resources, Education, Internships and Employability Programs. We offer employability linked training programs at each stage of one’s career. We benefit both the organizations and Professionals through our Programs.


Vission: Spearheading professional development & implementation of Employability based educational programs, Creating employment opportunities for Talent through sustainable practices & anticipate the needs of our students in the 21st century through innovation


Mission: Defining operational plans for ensuring Integration of Education & Training to Industry & strive for developing the Talent & skills pool.


We Promise:

  1. Will not leave the candidates without learning what is Industry looking for.
  2. Plan to coach the bridge courses.
  3. We Stress upon Employability preparation Speaking, Writing, Reading, Listening, Problem Solving, Innovative Thinking Skills.
  4. We make them understand Job Market, Job Description, Industry Vertical Specialization.


Around the world, hundreds of thousands participate in student internships. Although internships are often categorized as jobs, they are more like apprenticeships. Internships are temporary and may or may not be paid. The emphasis during the job is training, which is why most interns are college students who are studying in majors relating to their internship position. The length of the internship depends on the employer in charge. Usually, an internship lasts the duration of a semester at colleges. However, 6-12 week summertime sessions or shorter 4-6 week winter break sessions might also be available. You don't apply for an internship in the same way you would a regular job. Although you should treat your application process professionally, your experience is less important than your willingness to learn, relation of the internship to your major, and recommendations. What kinds of internships are available - and which are required


  1. Why you should consider internships in the first place
  2. Internship lengths
  3. Living arrangements and pay rates
  4. Getting college credit for your internship
  5. Planning effective internship
  6. Interviewing
  7. How to get an internship when you're studying
  8. What to expect when you get an internship
  9. How to survive and make the most of your internship
  10. Ways to transition your internship to a regular full-time job after college

Studies show that those with job-related experience are more likely to get a job. A study by the Bureau of Labor and Statistics shows that one in three graduates are underemployed, meaning that they are, through their education, qualified for a better, higher-level job than the job they have. Unpaid or paid internships can help you get the better job that you deserve with your degree.