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Opportunity Details


Age Minimum (with Adult): 18+, Minimum Age:18+

Be a Soft Skills Teacher!

Project Background: Soft skills are a combination of people skills, social skills, communication skills, character or personality traits, attitudes, career attributes, social intelligence and emotional intelligence quotients. Hence, if you are interested to teach soft skills to the young girls, then do volunteer for this opportunity at Kshamta NGO.

Title: Teach soft skills to the young girls in the shelter home.

Purpose: To help build good communication skills and other social attributes to the girls.

Key Responsibilities:
  1. Volunteer will have to visit the Government shelter homes in Bhivandi or Ulhasnagar.
  2. Volunteer will have to take the session for 1 hour in weekdays.
  3. Volunteer will have to visit the Thane office first to understand about the work.
Time Duration: Feasible as per the volunteer.

Time Commitment: Anytime for 1 hour between 9 am to 6 pm.

Skills Requirement:
  1. Volunteer should have good knowledge about soft skills.
  2. Volunteer must be good at taking sessions.
About Kshamta NGO:
Kshamta provides refugee to women rescued from trafficking/exploitation in different shelter homes where many organisations counsel and train them. Kshamta bridges the gap between shelter homes and society by making survivors of trafficking and exploitation bold and independent.
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