Category Archives: Program

An academic session on leveraging voluntarism

There are two components to the Indian field experience, an academic component and an experiential learning component which occurs mostly with our partner organizations. We bridge these two components with reflection, writing, and praxis. The academic component covers two themes: … Continue reading

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Support “South India’s first female taxi driver”

We would like to invite you to a screening of Driving with Selvi, a character driven documentary film that highlights the challenges women and girls face. The film follows Selvi, a young Indian woman who refuses to accept a devalued … Continue reading

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Learn from global change-makers

We are recruiting for the Award Winning Global Social Entrepreneurship experience for 2016. We believe you can solve social problems like poverty, environmental degradation, minority access to education and others by learning from and working alongside agents of change. To find out more come … Continue reading

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Creating a database of social enterprises in India

By Varun Bhandari. At Sattva, Matt and I were asked to create a database of social enterprise firms for Indian social impact investors. This database would give investors information about a firms target market, kind of products they produce, social impact, and numerous other dimensions. Continue reading

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Regarding relationships and employee morale

By Maddy Swoy. The work culture at PremaVidya (PV) is really wonderful. They stress the importance of relationships. They see the value that partnerships and relationships create in; improved employee morale, improved teamwork, increased productivity, and higher employee retention. Continue reading

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