Posts Tagged ‘inspire’

Thinking now about why I wanted to do the Indicorps fellowship feels like trying to remember something from a past life. It’s a bit hazy and very diluted by what the year would eventually become. I remember that I wanted to challenge myself, I wanted to do service, and more than anything, I wanted to [...]

Dear Changemakers, Pour in equal measures community immersion, grassroots development, courage, and compassion. Indicorps offers Fellowships for passionate individuals of Indian origin to implement sustainable development projects with community-based organizations across India, to live simply and to embody what it means to “BE THE CHANGE.” Compact it into a year. From Gujarat to Bihar, and [...]

A student came to say ‘goodbye’ as he leaves for his new job in Bangalore. A week back, he had asked to speak to me in confidence.  All of his roommates and peers had secured positions in Bangalore and he was being told to aim lower – in the local city.  His confidence was at [...]

Jordan Bower Stories from the Field: Profiling the Indicorps Fellowship Environment http://stories.indicorps.org Indicorps Fellows are young people of Indian descent who seek to reconnect to the land of their heritage through service work.  Inspired by Gandhian ideals of simple living and the idea of “being the change”, Fellows put aside mainstream life to experience a [...]

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