School readiness plays a central role during early learning years. This begins with school going children having basic comprehensive well-child check up that addresses: physical and cognitive milestones, oral care, vision, hearing, and general hygiene.
Basis for all higher technical learning begins with proficiency in language/s. Children who read age appropriate fiction and nonfiction books acquire cognitive skills essential for technical learning and make substantial academic gains in literacy and numeracy.
We select rural students who demonstrate a strength or skill in a field, for example, life sciences, arts, music, literature, engineering, medicine, or social sciences, who are highly goal oriented and motivated but lack opportunities due to limited financial and educational resources.
There are exciting ways to work with us and share our joy of working with children. You can volunteer in our literacy and wellness camps. You can mentor our scholarship recipients based on your area of expertise. Your domain expertise is another way to contribute to our program development.