Add these creative, enthusiastic and out-of- the-box educational initiatives to schools around the world, and we think you will have in-hand the best recipes for cool and engaged learning for all kids everywhere!
Tara Roberts / asia, education, entertainment, entrepreneurship, features, funding, mentoring, social issues, technology, video, women and girls / 000 women mba, 10, goa, goldman sachs, india, indian, indian school of business, sapna shahani, videoblogging /
Sapna Shahani started WAVE (Women Aloud Videoblogging Empowerment) in India in 2009. Her dream was to give young women from states throughout India video cameras and training as citizen journalists.
Noreen Bautista (right) is an accidental entrepreneur and a purposeful change agent. Anne Mariposa (middle) hails from a family with a long history of fashion manufacturing expertise. And together they are a match made in eco-heaven. What started as an assignment to create a business plan and thesis among friends taking a social entrepreneurship class at(…)
Flip to the word Changemaker in the dictionary and you’ll find a picture of Aarti Naik, 24, book in hand, surrounded by a group of slum girls from Mumbai, India. They consider the adventurous young woman who created the SAKHI for Girls Education initiative and developed community based girls education program, Girls Learning Center a teacher, mentor(…)