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Discover Your Social Change Journey

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FOUNDER SPEAKS

India Fellow Social Leadership program helps young people become socially conscious leaders of tomorrow and in the process helps them discover what they are truly meant to accomplish in life … This however is easier said than done. In the 13 months that follow, the India Fellows spend 12 months working full time on demanding projects, write blogs, complete training assignments and at the same time engage deeply with their cohort and fellowship team. Just like “Samundra Manthan” it takes grit, courage and determination to go through India Fellows program. But in the end these will be the most memorable 13 months of their lives.

MEET THE COMMUNE

The India Fellow Program imbibes the ethos of a commune; the ownership of its growth is the responsibility of the everyone engaged. The program team that is engaged in the core operations and strategy of the fellowship is made up of us – the commune; it cuts across cohorts, geography, academic disciplines and personalities. In nature, the doorway or an amalgamation between two things is where the land is most fertile. This vibrant community of fellows who come back to do their bit for the program is what gives India Fellow its characteristic style, which is personal and friendly and yet full of field rigor, commitment and constant peer feedback.

GLIMPSE OF OUR FELLOW’S INSIGHTS

Step into the shoes of Fellows who did more to be more. Read their stories, here.

From A Tax Consultant To A Fellow

From A Tax Consultant To A Fellow

What went wrong while growing up? Why did you stop taking risks? Why walking on a rope as an adult was suddenly not just about maintaining balance. Fear of failure and underestimating your own capabilities. Finding faults became easier than ...

Learning Empathy

Learning Empathy

How much ever you learn to empathize with others in a classroom or in your social circle, to actually do it is near to impossible when faced with reality. How can I put myself in that three year old boy’s shoes when he never even owned a pair of those in his life ...

Consistency Of Jams And Projects

Consistency Of Jams And Projects

One must not leave the cooking midway, be it of the jams or the projects. That will save us a lot of money in an already poorly managed society. Cooking the right consistency jams and projects is the way forward because they taste good ...

A One Degree Shift

A One Degree Shift

Imagine walking along a straight line and something or someone comes along and changes your direction by just one degree. This minute shift might seem insignificant, but can completely change the course of your journey. This is what I experienced through the fellowship ...