Youth AllianceÂ is an organization working with a vision toÂ “Connect EACH Youth With a Cause”. We believe in the philosophy of sensitizing young people towards the society by showing them the real picture and connecting them to ground reality.We also have a range of programmes like “Samarpan”;”Come Alive” meant to create awareness as well as bring change in society.
Lead The Change (LTC) is dedicated to developing social leaders; well-rounded youngsters who are equipped with leadership skills to solve the challenges faced by their communities. Its core aim is to ignite young hearts with holistic concern for their society and nation.
LTC Program will involve upto 30 youngsters in a six week program. The program will expose them to pressing issues of our societies such as human dignity, education and rural immersion. They will study solutions offered by role models, personalities and get a short experience in leadership education. They will be expected to apply this experience to come up with solution for a small local issue and in the process, understand how to set up an enterprise. They will emerge with the wealth of a rich network and a sound understanding of systemic social change.
Leaders like Anshu Gupta (Goonj), Ravi Gulati (Manzil), Swapnil Dixit (Jagriti Yatra), Vivek Sharma(Gandhi Fellowship), Shaheen Mistry (Teach For India), Harsh Mander (NAC), Madhukar (PRS Legislative) and few more will take leadership sessions and workshops.
You can find in detail about the application procedure: http://youthallianceofindia.org/lead-the-change/
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