Posts Tagged ‘rural employment’

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 [...]

Mid-Year Public Progress Report Dedhuki, Gujarat Rushi Sanathra, a graduate from the University of California, Irvine, is partnered with Lok Mitra in Dedhuki, Gurjarat. During his Fellowship year, Rushi is developing and implementing cutting-edge social entrepreneurship models to generate additional income for disadvantaged farmers. Rushi has a passion for travelling, and learning through experimenting and [...]

Mid-Year Public Progress Report Bagar, Rajasthan Born and raised in New Jersey, Vivake Prasad recently graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a double major in Policy & Management and Political Science. As an Indicorps fellow, Vivake is fulfilling a long-held dream(s) to spend time in India doing service through working for two initiatives of the [...]

Mid-Year Public Progress Report Bagar, Rajasthan In 2008, Sahil Chaudry graduated with a Bachelors in political science and international relations from University of Southern California where he also served as Student Body President.  As an August 2009 fellow, he is involved in two initiatives of the Grassroots Development Laboratory, the Bagar Employment Institute (BEI) and [...]

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