'I am a plant grown by the love of people who give'
Being an engineer turned educator, I find it vital to explain the peculiar decision of going astray on my engineering degree. The seed was planted during my stint with Make A Difference (MAD)
as an Ed Support Volunteer alongside my graduation, where I experienced the joy of working with kids. After graduating as a Computer Science Engineer from Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam University. I joined the Teach For India (TFI)
fellowship to further my passion, unsure of how would it unfold. I worked in a low-income private school located near the state's largest unkempt dump yard which posed many threats in addition to the lack of education among the residents. After leading 70 amazing kids for two years, I am a Teach For India alumna, humbled deeply by the journey that it has been and I am ready to expand the Alumni movement to best of my capabilities. Since you are an important stakeholder in my journey from here on, I am happy to share more about any of the stamps from the overview about my journey:
As a first step to broaden my understanding and represent our country at a global platform, I am proud to share the acceptance of my delegate application from the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR)
Conference to participate in Social Policy and Justice track. The reputed conference themed as 'Passion For Change'
, is scheduled from August 16- 20, 2019 in Nur-Sultan (Astana), Kazakhstan. The first step to my dream requires your support and I appreciate any contribution that you do to make it happen- no help is ever small! I plan to return your faith and support with gratitude by sharing my learning from the conference and many many shout-outs to the helping hands! :)
Letter of Acceptance:
After due research and many conversations to secure the minimum budget, here are the details of the estimated expenses:
Thank you! :)