Like every individual who intends to volunteer, I had some inhibitions too when I agreed to volunteer for GYAN on ‘Volunteer Management’. Having served at various roles for 8.5 years and a background of volunteer management didn’t add to letting off my fear and nervousness. The ‘yes’to taking the workshop was soon followed by constant… Continue reading The Magic of Volunteering!!
I met a friend from College who is an excellent soft skills trainer during Give Back NGO Expo. She is extremely talented and I was trying to convince her to be GYAN trainer, while she was convinced to give the training she kept on repeating that she has immense stage fear and fear of public… Continue reading How volunteering helped me develop new skills!!
My name is Austin and I serve as a Programme Coordinator with the Kutumb Foundation. We are dedicated to promoting the total development of the individual by way of building language skills, bridging developmental gaps, and addressing issues of identity; this process of exposure is accomplished through theatre and football, among other creative methods.… Continue reading ‘Writing Impact-ful Reports for Donors’ GYAN Session Review
Ramesh M.V, an Operations Professional, based in Delhi, is an engineer+MBA with more than 12 years of a typical ‘corporate life’ experience. While most of his working life was spent in the TATA group (well-known for its philanthropic efforts), his direct role in such activities was limited to a single three-month project in rural Gujarat. “I… Continue reading Meet Ramesh: An Operations Professional strengthening Non-Profits
One of the challenges of working with professionals with lots of skills to contribute is that they are very busy and typically don’t have lots of time at hand. However they have a great desire to contribute meaningfully and more than the regular teach kids, clean streets kinds of volunteering opportunities. This led iVolunteer to create… Continue reading Not just another training