Have a project in mind but don’t know where to start? Want to do something meaningful during your holidays or gap year? Need to gain experience working in a startup? Come and intern at Curiosity gym! As an intern at Curiosity Gym, you’ll have the opportunity to work alongside seasoned professionals and experience first-hand the world of technology, innovation and design thinking. You can try your hand at various roles, such as an inventor, marketing manager, teacher, curriculum designer, programmer, media developer and many others.

Who can be an intern?

Anyone with a passion for learning, innovating and designing can intern with us! Previously we have had high school students, college graduates and gap year students. We also welcome international students who want to intern in Mumbai.

Do I need special skills?

No skills or experience in STEM is required. You just have to be willing to learn, collaborate with others and experiment with new ideas. Most importantly, you need to be passionate about your work whether it is creating new curriculum, making a prototype, writing software, helping analyse requirements  or mentoring others /younger students on a course/workshop as a lead or an assistant instructor.  A certain level of independence and proactivity is also expected.

How do I benefit?

  • Gain exposure to the world of Design Thinking, Technology, Innovation and mentoring
  • Gain valuable connections to the maker-community
  • Learn about the latest technology and it’s real-life application
  • Gain technical skills by exploring 3D Printing, Introduction to Design, CAD, Basic and Advanced Electronics, Mobile App development, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Robotics, Machine learning, Blockchain, AI and coding languages like Scratch, Java and Python
  • Ideal platform to put classroom learning into practice and do socially relevant and meaningful projects
  • Strengthen resume and Statement Of Purpose for those applying for overseas higher education

How do I get started?

Contact us via email or telephone and let us know why you are interested in Curiosity Gym, what you envision yourself doing here and what you want to gain out of this internship. We will figure out how you best fit with our projects and get back to you as soon as possible!

After their time at Curiosity Gym, our interns have continued their educational journeys at top universities such as University of California Berkley, University of Rochester and Purdue University.

Intern Profiles

Vishwas Jindal
BE, Biomedical Engineering
Role: Designed robotics coursework, 3D Modelling of organs directly from CT Scans/MRI images

“Working at CG helped me to gain a lot of knowledge in the field of DIY Electronics and 3D printing. It helped me learn and develop a new approach for problem solving and critical thinking.” 

Niharika Thakur
Gap Year Student
University of Rochester

Role: School Assistant Instructor, Content and Brochure designer

“I wanted to learn about things I had little to no experience in, such as technology. Therefore I came to CG to learn about technology in a hands-on manner, as well as be in a space that allowed me to try out different things and make mistakes as part of the learning process.”

Niket Shah
BE, Electronics and Communication (Third Year)
Sardar Patel Institute of Technology

Role: Embedded Systems trainee, Assistant Instructor for Robotics Camp

“It is the best internship I’ve done during my engineering course because I had the opportunity to learn about many different circuits and their functionalities, which helped me in future projects”

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Ravi Parmar
BE, EXTC (Third Year)
Lokmanya Tilak College of Engineering

 Directed a short film advertising Curiosity Gym’s Idiotware Shield and built a Gesture Control Robotic Arm.

“I joined CG to gain practical exposure in field of Electronics and learn new things. The internship gave me the boost to shape my career and my curiosity.” 

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Mohit Tonpe
BE, Mechanical Engineer (Third year)
MIT(E) Aurangabad

Role: Product Designer: Built a power-generating bicycle that generated power from the pedals and stored it in a battery.

“Curiosity Gym is a fun place that doesn’t conform to conventional office stereotypes. The colleagues are open and friendly, and they never judge you for making mistakes. A project can be totally yours, and even if you don’t have one, they’ll suggest you some eye- catching ideas. The full freedom to use 3D printer, power tools and even the fast WIFI is what makes it more interesting. Rather than working full day and following orders, the intern is his own boss and has full permission to follow his own plan. If you are curious about the why and how regarding everything around you, believe me you are at the correct place. I would love to be a part of CG again.”

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Ameya Silva
BE, Mechanical Engineering (Final Year)
Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology

Role: Sourced out various fabrication tasks on field and assisted in developing projects like The Solenoid Car.

“I wanted to increase my knowledge base by exploring the projects conducted at CG and even contribute my share of experience for conceptualising new projects. It was a very good experience as CG was a thriving place to work at.”

Ghananil Naik
DM Shrikrishna T Pokle College of Management Studies 

Role: Marketing and Social Media Handler

“CG seemed very interesting when I came across the website. The 3D printing and 3D Doodling captured my attention and I couldn’t wait to hop in. I literally packed my bags in few hours and took off. CG is great place to learn, collaborate and build your ideas. The team is very professional and enthusiastic. I would highly recommend this place for anyone who would like to work or intern or just have fun.”

Tanvi Punja
Grade 11, Cathedral and John Connon School
Role: Made a scaled version of watt balance

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Gautam Nair
Grade 11, Cathedral and John Connon School
Role: Made a model electromagnetic accelerator