Nicole Rose chose to define the dysfunctionality and advocated the power of helping the underprivileged as above.
I chose the Teach For India Fellowship program after a tough struggle with my parents questioning the idea of social impact as a career path. I teach 17 lovely kids in grade 5. Along with them, I co-teach 150 brilliant minds at a school based out of a heterogeneous migrant community where males are daily wage laborers working as or are working for painters, carpenters, golgappe walas, alcohol brewers or household enterprise owners. The mothers in the community are skilled with soldering electronic circuits and various components. The community is a hub of leggings sewers, series light module makers, casual footwear makers, and small-scale food stallers. Along with such diversity, the families of jawans serving Indian Army & CRPF also add up to the diverse culture of the community.
As my fellowship journey is ending, I pledged to support the debts of these families towards their child's education. These children are victims of acute poverty and malnutrition. Some of the families have failed to pay fees to the school since kindergarten grades.
Your donations may help these kids towards meeting their educational dreams and they won't be forced to leave the school and work, as cascaded to their family financial situation.
Because the future of the world is in my classroom today!