India Fellow

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India Fellow is an experiential social leadership program for young Indians that include working full time for a year with a field partner organization (called host organization) on a specific project or issue together with training, peer learning and mentoring. This experience will empower India Fellows to find their own leadership potential, shape their futures and make a difference.

Visit www.IndiaFellow.org to know more about the program, seek inspiration from present cohort of Fellows and get involved. Follow the Fellows as they discover their journey

To be eligible, the applicants must meet the following criteria :

  • You are between 20 to 28 years of age.
  • You are already a graduate (in any discipline) or will be by July 2017 before fellowship begins.
  • You are an Indian citizen.
  • You are ready for a 13 month full time commitment to the fellowship.
  • You understand that this is not just a job and will expect you to be engaged 24X7 in the process with the community.
  • You understand that you can be placed in any part of the country and in any thematic area.

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To begin your India Fellow journey today, click here

India Fellow Blogs

Babies And Basics In Bundelkhand

By Swati Saxena. Fri, 03 Jul 2020

Verbal Autopsy – A conversational interview method I wasn’t aware of, until I used it. To explain in brief, it is a way to gather information...

The Unheard Voices Of The Forest

By Theertha Ravindran. Thu, 04 Jun 2020

A deeper look into Wildlife conservation in India

One In 92,275

By Rohith Rajan. Sun, 31 May 2020

From Sukma bus stand I got on a bus to Jagdalpur. I have to reach a place called Lathipara, around 30 kilometers away from Sukma. The...

Personalised Learning Approach In Education For Tribal People

By Rohith Rajan. Tue, 05 May 2020

Imagine a classroom, say 5th standard, where the students are Multi-grade, Multi-level and Multi-Lingual in nature. Will a uniform way of teaching address the issue of...

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