ETASHA values its volunteers for their diverse and creative inputs, enthusiasm and the value addition that they bring. And that’s what also brings us closer to achieving our goals. Our volunteers vary from bright 18-year olds to energetic 60-year olds, students, professionals, people taking a break from work and housewives with time to spare. Teaching, Writing, Photography, Data Analysis, Video-making, Counselling, whatever be your calling, you can always streamline your passion towards creating value for ETASHA trainees.JOIN US
Want to be an active partner or contributor, we’re keen to collaborate. Connect with us to know more about our work, active programmes, processes and upcoming events.
Do sign up for a project tour for a deeper understanding of our work and programmes. We’re happy to meet and facilitate a project tour for you.CONNECT
For corporate volunteering and internship opportunities, write to [email protected]
or connect with Mini Bhargava (+91 9810652004), Latika Grover (+91 9871485889) or Parul Mehra (+91 9810192201)
Aligned with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals SDG 1 (No Poverty), SDG 4 (Quality Education), SDG 5 (Gender Equality) SDG 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth) SDG 17 (Partnerships for the Goals), ETASHA’s programmes positively impact the ecosystem around the youth, including school systems, mothers, families and the community at large.
We don’t just work on skill-development but on bringing about a positive mindset change in the individual and in the community at large, for sustained employment and income generation. We are constantly generating and sharing knowledge with diverse stakeholders from the community to influence sustainable impact at scale. Our overall goal is to improve lives and livelihoods and bring about a mindset change towards skilling. And that is why, ETASHA’s theory of change demonstrates not just sustainable livelihoods but a shift that our trainees experience in their lives – from confusion about life goals to confident decision making; from financial dependence to economic independence; from drifting jobs to building stable careers and most importantly a long-term vision towards evolving their lives.